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Re: Leptobotia elongata "The Holy Grail Loach"

Postby Tony » Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:11 pm

Clare wrote:I have the flu... I am too weak to argue.... :violin: :violin: :violin: :violin:


I always have had a sixth sense to cease an opportunity :whistle: :whistle: :wink:
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Re: Leptobotia elongata "The Holy Grail Loach"

Postby Clare » Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:12 pm

:obscene-birdiedoublered: :obscene-birdiedoublered: :obscene-birdiedoublered:
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Re: Leptobotia elongata "The Holy Grail Loach"

Postby James » Mon Feb 25, 2013 12:15 am

Hmmmm.... I can't decide what I think of them, lovely markings though :tu:

I see they can reach 20", what monster tank have you got lined up for them Tony?
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Re: Leptobotia elongata "The Holy Grail Loach"

Postby Tony » Mon Feb 25, 2013 1:14 am

I DID have a 300 gallon tank for them until the Flu symptom's abated :snooty: .

They are only 8" at the moment so they are going to go in an 85 gallon tank for now and will eventually end up in a 9ft or 8ft x 2ft 6" , if they out grow these then we would have to look at keeping them in the koi pond throughout the summer and winter them in one of the indoor 1000 gallon koi vat's , but I would prefer to keep them in house so I can see them all the time :tu:
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Re: Leptobotia elongata "The Holy Grail Loach"

Postby bradderz123 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:14 am

Brilliant! - ask the important questions when the 'boss' is drugged up and would probably agree to having her right leg cut off if it would help! :wink:

That's the thing with ladies - they haven't experienced true pain until they've had 'man flu' :wink: :wink:

They are certainly stunning - no doubt some great photos and videos to follow?
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Re: Leptobotia elongata "The Holy Grail Loach"

Postby Tony » Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:29 am

bradderz123 wrote:That's the thing with ladies - they haven't experienced true pain until they've had 'man flu' :wink: :wink:


Tell me about it ! , she was trying to tell me the other night how painful labour was , I think she forget's I have been there at a birth before myself ,and I never felt a thing :whistle:
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Re: Leptobotia elongata "The Holy Grail Loach"

Postby G13SUT » Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:30 am

Tony wrote:
bradderz123 wrote:That's the thing with ladies - they haven't experienced true pain until they've had 'man flu' :wink: :wink:


Tell me about it ! , she was trying to tell me the other night how painful labour was , I think she forget's I have been there at a birth before myself ,and I never felt a thing :whistle:

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Re: Leptobotia elongata "The Holy Grail Loach"

Postby bradderz123 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 1:23 pm

G13SUT wrote:Tell me about it ! , she was trying to tell me the other night how painful labour was , I think she forget's I have been there at a birth before myself ,and I never felt a thing


Not only that but after my wife had our first she wanted to go through it all again :wink: I can't imagine something like having my privates squeezed in a vice and saying "great - do it again" :think:

In truth - I'm sure there wouldn't be a population problem if men were the one's givng birth - once would definately be enough :whistle:
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Re: Leptobotia elongata "The Holy Grail Loach"

Postby Clare » Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:30 pm

bradderz123 wrote:
G13SUT wrote:Tell me about it ! , she was trying to tell me the other night how painful labour was , I think she forget's I have been there at a birth before myself ,and I never felt a thing


Not only that but after my wife had our first she wanted to go through it all again :wink: I can't imagine something like having my privates squeezed in a vice and saying "great - do it again" :think:

In truth - I'm sure there wouldn't be a population problem if men were the one's givng birth - once would definately be enough :whistle:


:hand: :hand:

Watch this lads and then tell me its JUST labour. ***** mental note to make sure I dont care how much im hurting Tony when im in labour****

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Re: Leptobotia elongata "The Holy Grail Loach"

Postby Tony » Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:34 pm

:tw: :tw: :tw: :violin: :violin:
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