There's a lot of things to consider and do when you are having fishes. So I gonna list it out here:
#1: Always goes to the booth with a pretty girl in it.
PS: To the Goldfish Girl in Mid Valley pet exhibition, I'm sorry that I accidentally deleted all the pictures when I was transferring it to my thumb drive. #@$@#& But don't worry, if there's fate we will take pictures again. *lolz*
#2: Before heading to any fish market to get your fish, remember to fill your belly with food cause it's not an easy job
We had the famous RM5 Pudu Lam Mee. Nice indeed. Price says it all.
Even the extra chili cost 20cent per serving! Wtfish?
#3: Don't ever got distracted by other species.
Found in Mid Valley. Nice fur!
#4: Always go for the much more practical ones... (financially and space wise)
This Koi is as big as my bolster. Err try imagine it. Normal bolster size. WTFish?
#5: Find an inspiration to aim at...
This aquarium is on display for competition. Damn it the fish is not sick! (Mine is)
#6: Putting salt is not old-school. Fishes don't give a damn about the latest product and all.
It seems that my fish is having a disease called tail-rot which can be prevented by salt. Sigh... should have know it earlier.
#7: Never dump salt directly into the tank. Always dissolves it.
Apparently the black vacuum cleaner (dunno it's real name) died after that. Should be the salt or maybe the disease, but not gonna risk that again. Sad!
#8: Always have an ER (Emergency Room) stand by when the fish is not well.
In the process of rescuing.
#9: Before funeral ceremony for the fishes, always do a post mortem on them.
See! It's the damn tail-rot.
#10: Grieve over their death (damn sad one lo) and prepare a burial (flushing) spot.
Yea, I know I shouldn't do that and all (right Samuel?) but at least is organic, unlike the chlorine bleach you guys pour into it.
It's just another hope that the fish will be back alive and live happily ever after in the sewer. Lolz then my fish will all start to fake death then. Shhh!
#11: In case that you will get bored of the tank, always pimp it from time to time... wala:
yeap, this is the pimped version. Just more plants. Not gonna buy more fishes. Just hope that the whole system is not polluted and the fishes survives.
If the fishes dies out eventually then I think I will settle with the plants. Plants are more durable and less sensitive. Then I wouldn't have funeral session every 12 hrs. Tong tong chiang, tin ling ling, dei ling ling~~~