Man I want it so bad

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I was at PetSmart and saw a 36 gallon bow front aquarium with the stand and hood for $179. I figure with everything else I'd need I'm looking at about $325 before fish. I really like the tank though but I know my housemate, who owns the house, will not approve of it. There is a spot in the house that would be just perfect too.
 

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I was at PetSmart and saw a 36 gallon bow front aquarium with the stand and hood for $179. I figure with everything else I'd need I'm looking at about $325 before fish. I really like the tank though but I know my housemate, who owns the house, will not approve of it. There is a spot in the house that would be just perfect too.
You apparently need a new housemate. ;)
 

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Speak plainly about it. No point dreaming if you can't have it but sometimes people (thinking of my wife here) can surprise you by being reasonable (!).
 
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Because it always has been. I had to beg to get the 3.5 my Betta is in.
 

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I was at PetSmart and saw a 36 gallon bow front aquarium with the stand and hood for $179. I figure with everything else I'd need I'm looking at about $325 before fish. I really like the tank though but I know my housemate, who owns the house, will not approve of it. There is a spot in the house that would be just perfect too.
Buy the tank and a human cage. Keep both healthy, but hide the human.
 
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Still working on this. What I would want to put in are:

an Angelfish
1 or 2 Rams, German Blue preferably.
Dwarf Gourami, either regular or Flame.
maybe 5 Corydoras, Sterbai, Julii, Panda or maybe a variety
Zebra or Leopard Danios
small Bristlenose Pleco, maybe albino
Possibly male Guppies.
Black Neon Tetras
Whatever else might work out

For the filter , I like the Fluval/AquaClear 50 with it's more modular approach to the media.
Substrate would probably be pool filter sand or fine grained gravel. Possibly with a layer of dirt underneath for rooted plants. I might go for the easy plants like Java Fern and Anubias with some mossballs and a little Java Moss. Of course there would be some rocks and driftwood. Maybe a tiered substrate structure with dark and light portions. Lots of ideas floating around in my head.
 

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Still working on this. What I would want to put in are:

an Angelfish
1 or 2 Rams, German Blue preferably.
Dwarf Gourami, either regular or Flame.
maybe 5 Corydoras, Sterbai, Julii, Panda or maybe a variety
Zebra or Leopard Danios
small Bristlenose Pleco, maybe albino
Possibly male Guppies.
Black Neon Tetras
Whatever else might work out

For the filter , I like the Fluval/AquaClear 50 with it's more modular approach to the media.
Substrate would probably be pool filter sand or fine grained gravel. Possibly with a layer of dirt underneath for rooted plants. I might go for the easy plants like Java Fern and Anubias with some mossballs and a little Java Moss. Of course there would be some rocks and driftwood. Maybe a tiered substrate structure with dark and light portions. Lots of ideas floating around in my head.
Dwarf gourami may fight the angel or rams, danios may nip guppies.
 
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