Thread: I knew i shouldnt have done that
06-02-2010, 10:37 PM #11
You have no choice, you must beat your big Bro until he is barely conscious, and then revive him just enough that he can clean the tanks, with his personal toothbrush, then he must buy you a brand new set up twice the size of all the tanks he ruined. Once those three things are addressed you will feel better and he will have learned a valuable lesson in fish keeping. As a reminder you can make him wear a shirt that says "My little brother was right and I was WRONG", then you must recount this exeprience every Thanksgiving until one of you passes on., and then put it on his tombstone.
Well, it's just a thought................Why do people always scream when I'm driving?
06-02-2010, 10:41 PM #12
Another african cichlid died. Now i am down to like 4.
Oh and this happened 5 times not just one. He put handfuls in for 5 nights. Ammonia shock and dirty water. UGH. Friday i have to make a run to the lfs for more cichlids. He promised to pay. He said that he just thought that it wasnt enough food.
my two favorites in my life.
06-02-2010, 10:58 PM #13
Wow! Sorry to hear! That really sucks!!
06-02-2010, 11:28 PM #14
After all the horror stories I've heard - I don't ask anyone to take care of the tanks. Just to check that there's no water on the floor!
I have autofeeders, and basically don't leave for more than two weeks...the water might be low, and a bit dirty, but at least everything's alive and the tank has no chance of speed crashing.20gal long planted community