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ok... I'll let you know how it goes. You get to explain to hubby why I am now buying dead rocks in addition to the live rocks in my tank. :biggrin2:
 

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I thinnk it's a good 'un too. Good luck.

Could you put it in your tank - out with the old, in with the new?
 

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Jean said:
at least they don't eat much, don't require water changes and don't escape from tanks!!

J

That's what you think!
 
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Where should I toss him? Into a sea churning full of Humboldts? Nah, that's where we should toss Neil :razz:
I guess I should just keep him, he must be good for something... He can't complain too much, especially if I get this fossil for $2.00. It's cheaper than a new pair of shoes :biggrin2:
 

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cuttlegirl said:
Where should I toss him? Into a sea churning full of Humboldts? Nah, that's where we should toss Neil :razz:
I guess I should just keep him, he must be good for something... He can't complain too much, especially if I get this fossil for $2.00. It's cheaper than a new pair of shoes :biggrin2:


I'm with you on the Neil idea!!! as for the hubby, I s'pose if you've gone to all the trouble to get him house trained then it's probably best to keep him! I believe they're good on cold nights for warming up their better halfs poor cold wee feet!!!:lol:

J

Note: I haven't actually got a hubby.................wonder why ? :confused: :lol: J
 

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