heh heh I hope my parents don't know how many times I've done that...not to mention the end of the siphon falling out of the bucket onto the floor while siphoning... ;D : :-[Emma said:
that and having ICH twice0morrokh said:heh heh I hope my parents don't know how many times I've done that...not to mention the end of the siphon falling out of the bucket onto the floor while siphoning... ;D : :-[Emma said:
hehe don't tell anyone I admitted that, especially my mum... ;D
glad to hear I'm not the only one...Isabella said:Omorrokh, lol, that happens to me a lot actually, haha. I often find myself so absorbed with cleaning my tank's bottom that I forget about the other end of the siphon tube. Oftentimes the other end ends up spilling dirty water directly on the floor. One time I didn't notice the water spilling out until I felt a wet floor beneath my feet.
This doesn't seem so bad now that I have actualy lost one of my fish. I lost him around 4-5 days age. Whaen I say I've lost him, he is actualy not there any more. I took everything out and checked everywhere, even the floor (just in case). He's just sort of vanished....Gwenz said:My worst experience must have been the day after I bought my first fish and one of my Zebra Danios got stuck in the filter and I had to take the whole filter apart to get him out. He's ok now but he did split his fin and it took a while to heal. :'( It hasn't happend since! (Touch wood!!!)