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Old 04-04-2011, 10:49 PM   #31
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Nope.
Because it would be my luck that I accidentally swallow one of my mollies.
Lol!
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Old 04-05-2011, 06:51 PM   #32
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Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww !!!!!!!!!!
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My outside dogs drink fishy water everyday. (I have goldfish in my dogs water barrels.) So I suppose if it was a necessity I wouldnt have any problems with it.
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I've swallowed saltwater from my tank before.. and it didn't taste all that good. I've accidentally swallowed sw from a nice beach before, and it didn't taste all THAT bad, and i also have swallowed a bit from a bay... Now that tasted disgusting. It really did taste different.

Either way, i wouldn't. If i was in a life or death situation, i wouldn't either. I'm sure drinking saltwater would kill me quicker then just dehydrating.
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My outside dogs drink fishy water everyday. (I have goldfish in my dogs water barrels.) So I suppose if it was a necessity I wouldnt have any problems with it.
Umm... May I ask why? Lol.
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keeps algea down.. they never get fed anything but what falls in the barrels and the algea.
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did you ever siphon water out of you tank get a mouthful and swallow i dont think so you spit that crap out lol
LOL. I've done that like, twice. XD Actually it didn't taste that bad, but I still spit it out!
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