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Old 02-15-2012, 03:29 AM   #1091
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Nice! Haha I was thinking about asking my science teacher aswell.........
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Old 02-15-2012, 03:29 AM   #1092
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Nice! Haha I was thinking about asking my science teacher aswell.........
We learned about water testing. I thought of that too!
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Old 02-15-2012, 03:31 AM   #1093
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We learned about water testing. I thought of that too!
You should have asked! Haha were learning about pH and stuff like that lol
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When you get a notice from your real estate agent asking if you have a leaking tap because your water usage has been excessive lately.
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Old 02-15-2012, 03:56 AM   #1095
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Nice! Haha I was thinking about asking my science teacher aswell.........
Mine said no :/. She said it wouldn't be "fair" for the other students. I don't see why she just didn't make all of them get tanks too and let me give a lesson on how to cycle a tank, "okay students, please take out your periodic tables and tell me the molecular mass of a nitrate" lol. That would definitely count for some major points on the gradebook
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When looking at New houses you cross off any that don't have brilliant tank space and put those that do at the top of the list.
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When your husband says he wants a divorce and the first thing to come to your mind is kids- followed by the reef tank
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You had to paint one on a jar? Or put one in it? Lol
She put one in it for us to paint :/ at the end of the class I thought I was dead.
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When looking at New houses you cross off any that don't have brilliant tank space and put those that do at the top of the list.
This is something I am doing now! Looking for a place suitable for 160 gallon or bigger reef tank. Dream place I would be able to put this in the wall and have a room just for me . If not I will settle for a place where it can be free standing and still have room for my freshwater tank. Is that too much to ask?
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When you get a notice from your real estate agent asking if you have a leaking tap because your water usage has been excessive lately.
Lol that's great! I bet the water sounds coming from the tanks aren't helping either.
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