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  rallets  |  22

your parents must have been reeling from feeling so gill-ty after herring about your fish. but at least they took the oppor-tuna-ty to take you out and not act koi
if i missed anything, let minnow

  littlegold  |  7

87- i got ur image on my caddilac.

i got fish today feel bad for yours. Yet mine also died... And i am having lobster and the fish family tonight! :)

  philipino  |  24

My favorite is probably shrimp tempura. What about you? (Time for all the people that don't know what they are talking about to speak up so we can laugh at them.)

  Justforlolz  |  14

Based off of your logic, only cats and dogs can be loved and/or cared about? Bull. I see no problem in this situation. OP had their fish for quite some time. Unless they truly didn't care about it, it would be natural for OP to grieve.

  ShroomsOnAcid  |  16

So the more intelligent the animal, the more compassionate you would be towards its death? What about cows, pigs, chickens, etc? They're all more intelligent than fish.

  TraceCase_  |  19

One of my two African frogs died recently. I was bummed. Not as painful as losing a dog but I still lost a pet I had for a very long time. The surviving frog is 22 years old, which is pretty remarkable if you think about it...that's older than many of you.

  kbg8409  |  0

shut up. yes, a dog or cat has more human characteristics and therefor, it's understandable. a fish, swims, eats, shits, dies... ooh aah! how the hell do you get close to a fish? it's understandable to be like " aw fuck that's sucks, my favorite fish died." then go on about your day. cats and dogs show mutual feelings to a human. they love you back and show it. a fish doesn't know wtf you are, much less loves you. so OP needs to get the hell over it.