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Old 06-02-2015, 03:35 PM   #1
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Tooth fairy

so I had a tooth pulled yesterday and was cracking jokes before hand about how getting old (i'm 46) makes the return from the tooth fairy disappear.. My "take" yesterday after all was said and done was 1 tooth and $20 bucks for a rena XP3 filter, 45 gallon fish tank, bag of odds and ends (food/chem/air pump), brand new UGF for a 45, stand and basic light/hood..also in the mix is a Bio-wheel 350 HOB and in 2 weeks the same persons kicking down a 14gallon bio cube tank for $20 bucks more.

sooo , by my math for one tooth and 40 bucks I get roughly 300 to 400(if new) worth of stuff
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Old 06-02-2015, 03:38 PM   #2
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I got a kubotai shortly after getting a tooth pulled xD


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Ha, get all of them pulled and get dentures early! You might get your own public aquarium!


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