By gimmeasalad - 21/04/2012 06:01 - United States - Walnut Creek
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Hey OP You must be the one they call "fish killer", AKA the dentist's niece. Hence, I shall agree to F your boyfriend and his fish's life, and say that YDI. Now anymore slip ups like that, and I'll make sure you swim with the fishes... Kapeesh? Here, buy your boyfriend something nice, eh? Mario! Cancel my 5 o'clock... Be glad my girl, this conversation saved a few souls due for a -uh- meeting with my tommy here...
Lol 31 I thought you were just being you and that maybe you just read wrongly or something, then you ruin it with 48, which, I can assure you, doesn't look like sarcasm... I think the explanation you're looking for is that you were joking. Can you detect by my "lol" at the start that I'm pissed off (which I'm not)? Same logic
57. To an empty minded person all they do is swim, but they actually express behavior patterns. Not every fish is alike, even if they are the same species. I own a $150 lieutenant Tang in my $5000 reef tank. Now, this guys fish was probably freshwater, more than likely a Betta or a goldfish because he had it on a bowl so not too expensive.
138- hahahaha! I knew some loony would come and try to tell me that fish are very deep and special creatures... Please! They only remember for 3 seconds or something. An you are calling me empty minded? You know, it's funny how people like you all of a sudden knows everything about me from reading one comment, right... You don't! Shut up!
166, you're an idiot. You clearly spew "facts" without any research of your own. Fish can actually be trained to respond to sounds and have long term memory capabilities to such things. I'd post a link to the study, but that isn't allowed on fml. Feel free to educate yourself with a study search. Even if they were "empty brained", who gives a shit? Some people own them because they are pretty, interesting, or just enjoy the hobby. I'd say fish are probably as "pointless" as any other decoration or hobby, so why would anyone ever buy ANYTHING enjoyable or attractive, in accordance to your logic? FYI, I don't own fish and have no desire to, just felt like responding to your ridiculousness.
Its like he committed fishicide.. Did you mean to turn on the light perhaps and hit the disposal by accent? Oh dear... That's just really, really, bad luck...
how was that your immediate impulse? I can't even think of the stream of thought your brain went through to decide to mutilate the fish and thinking that was the right choice!
Even so, it's a very strange impulse to have. If a watch or a pet fell down the drain, it only makes sense to see if it's stuck in the drain (and if you're lucky, rescue the item)...or at least let the fish go through the pipes. Then you can pretend to yourself that it eventually made it to the sewers and swam away. It's strange to automatically have the reaction of chopping up ANYTHING that falls into the drain.
@#116: Um...wtf?!! Just because it's not her pet, doesn't mean she shouldn't care about ending it's life. So if someone's dog accidentally walked in front of your car, and your first impulse was to hit the accelerator and kill it, that would be perfectly ok because it's not your own pet? I know a dog isn't exactly comparable to a fish, but it's pretty dickish to not care about the pet of someone you supposedly love. Hell, I had college roomates who owned things like fish and mice. And when they were out of town, I'd feed them and look after them. Why? Because it's dickish to let an animal die just because it isn't your own pet. And I don't know why you'd even bring food into this. Food is SUPPOSED to be chopped up in the drain. People's pets (especially pets of those you love) aren't! Most people can tell the difference!