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Old 01-14-2013, 01:04 PM   #1801
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I read you there my hubby is the same way I finally told him that I was the one who cleaned, fixed, arranged it as well as fed the fish so I decorate it.
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We have 3 tanks.. well 4 but only 2 or up n running bc he thinks we got 2 many now..lol but he doesnt mind sayin what fish we should get or decor...lol

Yeap i know.exactly what u mean tidbitz mine gets mad bc i spend alot of time with my babies.. but i make him help with water changes we still lug buckets n that 5gal bucket is heavy so its his job .. lol
Looks like I'm not alone! Lol!
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:33 PM   #1802
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Rough day, came home to one of my neons almost black and swimming on it's side. Went to remove him and it outsmarted me. I really don't want to break down the tank to catch it. But on a more positive note, I found the shed of my largest ghost shrimp.
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:59 PM   #1803
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Looks like I'm not alone! Lol!
Lol, I have 10 tanks- I maintain them all by myself, my hubby won't even look at them. My husband has fought with me because between my fish, his dog and the kids I don't spend any time with him... It's pretty funny, huh?
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Old 01-16-2013, 06:34 PM   #1804
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After a cruddy day at work I came home to do my normal water changes on both tanks. I walked into a disaster in my 29 gallon! Here is some info: Originally I had 4 julli Cory cats and 3 had died off, so I got 3 sterbial Cory cats to keep the remaining Cory company. My feeding days are Mon,Wed and Fri. On monday, all 4 cores were happy and feeding. I came home today to find that my last julli was in the left front corner half eaten. He must have died last night and someone had a pretty good meal
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Looks like I'm not alone! Lol!
I make my husband lug buckets as well.
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:52 PM   #1806
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Same here lol that's about all he does except stare into the (live TV) aquarium.
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Old 01-16-2013, 09:05 PM   #1807
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Setup a 10g to get ready for some shelldwellers
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Setup a 10g to get ready for some shelldwellers
Looks good. Might be a stupid question but you're planning on adding shells too right?
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Old 01-16-2013, 09:13 PM   #1809
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Yea haha....not a stupid question Ive got some escargot shells from amazon on their way.
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After a cruddy day at work I came home to do my normal water changes on both tanks. I walked into a disaster in my 29 gallon! Here is some info: Originally I had 4 julli Cory cats and 3 had died off, so I got 3 sterbial Cory cats to keep the remaining Cory company. My feeding days are Mon,Wed and Fri. On monday, all 4 cores were happy and feeding. I came home today to find that my last julli was in the left front corner half eaten. He must have died last night and someone had a pretty good meal
Sry .. thats soo sad
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