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Old 04-03-2011, 02:21 AM   #11
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I wouldn't drink from my tank, a river, or a lake.
Second it.
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Old 04-03-2011, 11:57 AM   #12
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i would. ive drank lake water(accidentily)and thats gotta be dirtier than my aquarium water,and im fine.
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I only have a salt tank, and I don't imagine it'd taste very nice. But if you mean water quality-wise, I suppose. Not unless it was like a bet or something, just on principle
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I consider it my emergency stash. Where I live my tank water taste better than the well water around here. (We haul drinking water) I did drink it once as a dare. Other than seeing lines in my vision im good! JK (the lines in vision mean worms). There are streams here in the mountains that you can drink from. We still use filters on drinking water just for any bugs that might be in there. the Water that flows from around my home here in Wyoming people in vegas drink. Drink up! I only see cows,deer and other wild beast pee in it.
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If I had to I would. FW that is. Otherwise, when water hits my mouth I react the same way I would if a roach had flown in my mouth.
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I would if I had to... And maybe on a dare. But I wouldn't be happy about it.
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I would If I had to. Fish poop is just natural.
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No, simply because I wouldn't want to chance getting some sort of parasite. The water itself is fine, but there's a lot of particulates floating in it, including poop.
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I would If I had to. Fish poop is just natural.
So is arsenic.
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