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Old 02-26-2015, 07:50 AM   #111
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mcpeak...uhhhh, yes, yes that definitely counts.


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You are quite the photographer! The moth looked pretty sick.

I liked the drawing of the two tanks that have centralized pump and skimmer.
Cheers! Cheers and Cheers!

That drawing is the reef build, I just need the cash to complete it
Thank for looking!
(Yeah, bugs fascinate me, really lovely close up huh! Even the mean looking ones are pretty cool!)




This is my pride and joy, the whole thing is my greatest lifetime achievement to date, so I really appreciate what you both say.
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Old 02-26-2015, 01:29 PM   #112
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You proudly take pictures of your water test results, much to the ridicule of your wife.

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Old 02-26-2015, 04:26 PM   #113
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When you get freaked out in the middle of the night when you can't hear any bubbles going from the filter.

When you play hide and go seek with your Dwarf Puffer (way funner than playing with brothers btw)

When you care more about your brothers betta than he does himself.

When you do a water change just because your dwarf puffer is sulking around a bit.

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If you refer to all your fish and plants by their scientific names.
GUILTY! (Most of the time)

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When theres a tank in every room of the house but the bathroom.

When you have 3 cars and a boat and they all live out in the weather so theres room for tanks.

When you spend $1900 on a shed so there's more room for tanks.

When your electricity bill comes and its less than $2000 and you're actully glad.

When you stopped counting at 60 tanks...
Hello mumma, (really really) long time no speak! Hope all is well down under!
I hope that's an annual bill for juice!


There are loads of OTHER things mentioned that I do.

Thanks for making me feel normal!
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When you spend more time on this forum helping other people than spending time on your math home work, nothing I'm ever going to use in real life anyway I mean seriously people, when are we going to need to know how to calculate the side length of an isosceles triangle? Other than maybe learning the measurements for a triangular shaped tank, that is

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When you spend more time on this forum helping other people than spending time on your math home work, nothing I'm ever going to use in real life anyway I mean seriously people, when are we going to need to know how to calculate the side length of an isosceles triangle? Other than maybe learning the measurements for a triangular shaped tank, that is

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Haha! Now that I think of it, I should be doing that now...
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When you spend more time on this forum helping other people than spending time on your math home work, nothing I'm ever going to use in real life anyway I mean seriously people, when are we going to need to know how to calculate the side length of an isosceles triangle? Other than maybe learning the measurements for a triangular shaped tank, that is

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