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i keep shopping...i has a probrem

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I have a problem too: making wedding plans. T.T

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Bekah, if I had the money I would too.
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Thanks you guys. Mr. Grumpy is looking a bit better.
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Oh my gosh im so sorry to hear that madmonahan woohoo for mr. Grump though i would be so sad if anything happened to Sushi when my first betta died i was out of bettas for something like 2 months i didnt mean to get back in either but than i found Sushi i really hope they all pull through.

Can you use soil or natural clay as a substrate? And is moneywort a beginner plant? If so i fail at live plants i killed 3 or 4 stems out of the 8 i got and the other plant nearly lost all its leaves. But planted tanks looks so natural... i want more, i would really like some easy to care for short plants, any ideas?

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I'm so sorry, Mad. :( *hugs*

Fishy, the key to using just plain sand with plants is to make a bed at least 3-4" deep so everything has enough to root in. Swordplants especially require very deep beds because they have a big root spread. If you use an iron supplement like Seachem Flourish Iron, you should be okay without having to use root tabs.

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Fishy, the key to using just plain sand with plants is to make a bed at least 3-4" deep so everything has enough to root in. Swordplants especially require very deep beds because they have a big root spread. If you use an iron supplement like Seachem Flourish Iron, you should be okay without having to use root tabs.
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i had a good paycheck. trying to be good but its so hard...bought some more arty stuff. i need to do my projects lol.

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if you want you could try the rubber band on the wrist if you actually think you have a shopping problem. Whenever I get a lot of money and dont know what to spend it on I go to the store and see whats there. That's why my extra money is in a glass jar with a glued on top I need computer parts.
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post #54930 of 71165 (permalink) Old 12-29-2012, 11:24 PM
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oh i dont. i just haven't bought myself clothes and stuff in a long time so i keep buying things and i almost feel guilty but not enough to stop

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