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Old 07-16-2013, 08:55 AM   #51
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I'm thinking about modifying my headboard. It has two selves in it and I was thinking I could cut them out and fit a 15g tank in the empty section. Ill take pictures when it's set up
O.o WOAH. My parents would NEVER let me get that...
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Old 07-16-2013, 09:30 AM   #52
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Would love to have a gigantic circular aquarium that completely surrounds my swimming pool. That would be bad A$$!
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O.o WOAH. My parents would NEVER let me get that...
I already have the tank and headboard tho. It's just the cutting out the selves and fitting in the tank :P my mom is afraid its going to fall on my face.
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I still like this tank over any others.
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Old 07-16-2013, 07:12 PM   #55
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I still like this tank over any others.
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Dude.........hey mr.x you should get that tank!
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Dude.........hey mr.x you should get that tank!
I'll buy it immediately, if you donate the couple hundred thousand it would cost to set up and fill with corals and fish
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I'll buy it immediately, if you donate the couple hundred thousand it would cost to set up and fill with corals and fish
How about $100 XD that is a sweet tank though!
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Old 07-16-2013, 07:25 PM   #58
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How about $100 XD that is a sweet tank though!
We could start a fund
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I would want a 200 gallon bowfront freshwater tank, well planted, with 10 peppered corydoras, 1 red tail shark, 2 clown plecos, 1 striped peacock eel, some Amano shrimp. That's just bottom dwellers lol!
Then, 8 threadfin rainbowfish, a few angelfish, a dozen penguin tetras, a dozen cardinal tetras, a few discus, and some male Endlers livebearers.
For the top swimmers, a bunch of marbled hatchetfish and 5 glass catfish.
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All you guys are lucky! I wish my dream tank was as easy to achieve (no offense haha) mine would literally take at least 7grand
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