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clark4feathers 05-19-2012 12:25 PM

Are you obsessed with your tanks
 
How do you know you are obcessed with your tanks? Do you get excited over weekly water changes? Ways to make it a better place for your fish?

Sake 05-19-2012 12:51 PM

I gaze longingly into my tanks for hours on end dreaming of going swimming with the shrimpz! err well I actually get really excited about just about anything in my tank O.o

Autumnsky 05-19-2012 02:27 PM

Ya crazy fish lady...., hubby says to me... "your eyes just light up when you are taking about fish" (shrimp and tanks). He shakes his head and smiles, doesn't exactly understand but loves me!!! He calls it my therapy.

Now that i think about it, can the thing you are crazy over / addicted to also be the cure???

aaronjohn20 05-20-2012 05:42 PM

The wife says I am. Had a 20 gallon, then upgraded to a 46g bow front and took down the 20g. Put a 10g up for like 2 weeks, knocked it down to put the 20g back up. Now I am not allowed to put the 10 gallon back up. :( but why can't I lol

Ptrick125 05-20-2012 08:38 PM

Considering that within a year a 12 year old (me) has gotten:
Firebellied toads
2 tortoises
2 bearded dragons
20 gallon
10 gallon
5.5

Some of those are my Brother's but I still care and feed all those Animals along with a dog and cat. Also I help my mom with her pond. I think I have MTS. BTW I'm setting up my first saltwater (a 75 gallon volitan lionfish)

Autumnsky 05-20-2012 11:43 PM

aaronjohn20 - do you love your 46?

That's what I wanted due to the size of the location I can fit it. But I had previously given all of my stuff to a friend when I moved out of state and she was still using it when I moved back. I got a small bowfront just to get my feet wet hahah....after 2 years off with NO fish but decided I needed a bigger tank.

I couldn't find an affordable used one and have since bought several other tanks, but it just isn't what I wanted ....so now a handful of tanks later I still want the 46 gal bowfront :lol: And probably spent as much on all the other tanks put together, I should have just got the 46 in the first place :nono:

dlsrks 05-21-2012 12:01 AM

I spend more time with my fish tanks than I do with my husband. Lol. I have a 75 gallon and 29 gallon saltwater tanks and a 140 gallon freshwater tank. A n d.....A koi pond. A n d......4 dogs. Hubby says my fish hobby is getting out of control. Lol. Maybe that's cause now I have a new filter on the way. Bigger and better. Always ordering something. My corals and fishy's are very happy.

siva 05-21-2012 12:31 AM

I spend so much time looking at my tanks it's ridiculous. I'm supposed to be doing this or that and I find myself just sitting in front of one of the tanks.... :fish1:

aaronjohn20 05-21-2012 01:16 AM

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aaronjohn20 - do you love your 46?

That's what I wanted due to the size of the location I can fit it. But I had previously given all of my stuff to a friend when I moved out of state and she was still using it when I moved back. I got a small bowfront just to get my feet wet hahah....after 2 years off with NO fish but decided I needed a bigger tank.

I couldn't find an affordable used one and have since bought several other tanks, but it just isn't what I wanted ....so now a handful of tanks later I still want the 46 gal bowfront :lol: And probably spent as much on all the other tanks put together, I should have just got the 46 in the first place :nono:

Yea we love it and only paid $50 for the tank, stand, light, and some other stuff.

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Autumnsky 05-21-2012 01:23 AM

I will be keeping my eyes open. Every time I find a great deal someone else gets there first!!!! I'll keep trying. $50.00 is about my budget too.


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