Someone call the Animal Rescue League! I think they're about to eat that fish. The table's pulled up, the chairs are there... oh, I can't stand to watch.(wanders off to the kitchen to make a tuna sandwich)
Well, I'm an animal lover, so I have concern for the fish, but I have to be honest when I say that I have even more concern as to why there appears to be some sort of ostomy bag hanging over the front of the stove...I worry that the stove will never be able to hang out with the other lonely stoves if he has that sort of physical stigma attached to him.[sad5]
thats a huge F*ing fish...
Wow, yeah, either eat him or get him a bigger tank!Wow, for the area and condition, this house is actually overpriced! By at LEAST $50k!!Ugh!
The fish is too big to be a piranha, so it's probably a pacu:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PacuAnyway, poor thing! Speaking as a former aquarium maintenance person... wow, that aquarium is _vile_. Can't imagine the fish will last too much longer.If it were actually maintained and filtered and he's the only fish in it, he would do OK in a tank that size, though. Looks like a 55 gallon.... oh and you're right, this example of complete disregard for maintenance doesn't make me want to buy the house. o_o
I am sure that the fish would like a little more water... hmmm ho about a water change while you're at it?? HUH?
@Brandy50k?? Lol.The amounts people will shell out just to live in Cali.... I guess I just don't get it, or I'm spoiled.But if I'm shelling out that kind of money, I want a house that actually looks like someone bothered to fix... anything.Take your 300k and move to Texas, and buy a gorgeous little custom built mansion.
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