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Old 01-13-2006, 05:48 PM   #1
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When you KNOW your a fishaholic

Last night I dreamed that my 10 gal tank started bowing, and not a standard bow, but a weird bumpy bulgy thing. I leaned down to make sure it was straight across the front and noticed that it was all bumpy and I could watch the glass move around. How freaky is THAT? I guess you're really a fishaholic when you dream about tank disasters.
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When I first got started I would have fish nightmares about getting up in the morning and everything in there would be floating on top dead.....of course I had a lot of problems when I first started so I wasn't surprised by these dreams, but I still have them sometimes.
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I also frequently have dreams about my fish, but more often than not they are very gory and not at all pleasant. I wonder why that is.
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lol i have only had 3 dreams about my fish and they were all about getting fry and everytime i woke up i found fry in my tank. that is really freaky. it was like a preminition and then BAM i had like 30 fry in the mornig lol.
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Last night I dreamed that my 10 gal tank started bowing, and not a standard bow, but a weird bumpy bulgy thing. I leaned down to make sure it was straight across the front and noticed that it was all bumpy and I could watch the glass move around. How freaky is THAT? I guess you're really a fishaholic when you dream about tank disasters.
Okay, now that's just wierd! (lol) I haven't had bad dreams about my fish yet!
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8O lol, that's unnerving
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I dream about my fish all the time. You mean I am a fishaholic? I am not addicted I tell you! :P :P
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Check your name Zag, you are officially an Addict. The first step to recovery is admitting that you have a problem. Unless of course YOU don't think it's a problem. Then it's just a passion.
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I'll go with a passion, it isn't a problem, well the only problem is the lack of room for more tanks!
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Okay, Cindy! Thanks a lot! (I'm picking on you and blaming you, it's fun!)

I will admit to my addiction.... I just had a friend say she was getting rid of a 40G eclipse tank. What did I say... of course I said, "I'll take it!" I told her to put a price on it and she said, "I'll just give it to you."

I said.... "I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE MY BEST FRIEND!" This may become the specialty tank for my midnight angel.

I'm on step one, I made the admission.
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