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Old 01-08-2009, 04:13 PM   #21
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i like your angelfish. i have a similar pair myself. The only difference being that both mine are veiled. My little guys are just now beginning to flatten out into the angelfish shape. i love angelfish beeding

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i like your angelfish. i have a similar pair myself. The only difference being that both mine are veiled. My little guys are just now beginning to flatten out into the angelfish shape. i love angelfish beeding
Do you wear them like a necklace? LOL!!!
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i don't get it? haha
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i don't get it? haha
"beeding"
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ooo, haha. I was typing on my girlfriend's laptop, and my hands are too big for those little keyboards. Sometimes I miss letters
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Well your doing good then, I miss type no matter what size keyboard i use.
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You all may laugh... but what are wigglers?
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wigglers are the stage in many cichlids right after the eggs hatch. Essentially they look like little tadpoles.



This is a picture of my most recent angelfish wigglers.
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ahh cool they wiggle hence the name. Cool
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In my opinion, they do more vibrating than wiggling, but it'd be extremely weird to refer to them as "vibraters". Especially when you say you have a tank full of them at home LOL.
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haha, well, I guess they do vibrate as well. But they do also wiggle. I like the vibrators name though. I'm sure people will be more interested when i tell them that. haha
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...wow you guys are wrong lol
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haha, well, I guess they do vibrate as well. But they do also wiggle. I like the vibrators name though. I'm sure people will be more interested when i tell them that. haha
No! You must spell it the way I did..with an "e" or it's the "other" kind LOL.
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haha, I was just listening to firefox's spell checker.
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In my opinion, they do more vibrating than wiggling, but it'd be extremely weird to refer to them as "vibraters". Especially when you say you have a tank full of them at home LOL.
8-O Yeah especially if the tank is in your bedroom
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haha, actually my tank is in my bedroom. But I'm a dude, and this is getting a little creepy. How about that weather? lol
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In my opinion, they do more vibrating than wiggling, but it'd be extremely weird to refer to them as "vibraters". Especially when you say you have a tank full of them at home LOL.

LOL!!!!!
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Glad you guys got a kick out of that LOL.

Yeah, cold here too. With wind chill it was around -15. Coldest I've ever been in was -23 with the wind...I think it was -21 without the wind factored in. Seems MUCH colder at -15 with wind factored in than at -21 without the wind. At -21 it was hard to breathe though and the snot froze in my nose in about 10 seconds after I got out of my truck. Sharp pain at first when breathing too!
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8-o yeah especially if the tank is in your bedroom
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