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By  redbluegreen  |  40

What's not to get? A perforated tank divider is a fish tank divider with holes in it, thus defeating the purpose of separating different kinds of water. They're used to separate fish that would usually fight each other. Since water molecules are obviously a lot smaller than fish, they would get through the holes. Personally, I wouldn't want to sell anyone an animal if they didn't know the name of it. I think there's actually something that says pet store employees can refuse selling an animal if the person wanting to make a purchase seems incompetent enough, because it would result in the death of the pet.

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  Ruff_fml  |  3

if something is perforated it has holes in it, thus defeating the purpose of dividing water as water can/will travel through said perforations. ~

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  tdawgheath  |  0

Not a logical question, but valid yes... These are the kinds of questions you have to deal with when you work at a fish store, people are generally uneducated on your subject of expertise, or in general ...seriously, it's not really an FML, it's a REO (random everyday occurrence)

By  ohmygoodnex  |  0

What? i don't get it.

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  redbluegreen  |  40

What's not to get? A perforated tank divider is a fish tank divider with holes in it, thus defeating the purpose of separating different kinds of water. They're used to separate fish that would usually fight each other. Since water molecules are obviously a lot smaller than fish, they would get through the holes. Personally, I wouldn't want to sell anyone an animal if they didn't know the name of it. I think there's actually something that says pet store employees can refuse selling an animal if the person wanting to make a purchase seems incompetent enough, because it would result in the death of the pet.

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  b_anhero  |  0

way to go number 9!! holy s ur the only conceivable dipsht capable of understanding perforation, except by muscle memory( ie all ur stinkin credit card applications). btw kiss all are asses fur explaining dotts separated by paper, wow rnt u cool. im 12 and i dont even.

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  suppressed08  |  2

If you want a salt water and fresh water, you realy need two seperate tanks. it's pobably more or less impossible to make a tank both. Something tells me that if they still call Clownfish 'Nemo' then they wouldn't even know how to look after the £40+ fish anyway.

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  sheltergirl87  |  0

Your right. Pet store employees can reuse sale. I work at PetSmart and have refused the sale for fish countless times. Due to either the tank being to small, to many fish in the tank, the animals being used for food or if the water in the tank can not support the fish (if they brought the water into be tested at the same time) That being said I found this hillarious! but not a FML.

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  TheZarola  |  10

"Being used for food" is a stupid reason to refuse. Some animals eat other animals. If you don't let customers buy the animals for food, how are certain pets supposed to get food? Ass.

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  hairt  |  4

some girls with huge boobs only have brains the size of a peanut. hence, they do not understand this simple FML. I wonder, if we asked them what is (4x5) - (4x4) they would be like " uhm.. blowjob??"

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