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Age ranges on this site?
Old 05-03-2011, 08:27 PM   #31
 
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ElectricBlueJackDempsey... I so thought you were much older than 16! I was thinking late 20s to 30s!! You type very mature!

JakieBabie... OMG! I so thought you were in your 20s!!! I guess that means you type young?! lol

I myself am currently 26, I will turn 27 in early February 2012... then 3 years after that I will be 30!! :o

I have no children, just my hubby, my 13 month old nephew, my 8 yr old Chihuahua, Daisy, and my 7 yr old MaineCoon Cat, Romeo...as well as all my fishies...my pets are my babies!!! Oh, and I count the wild birds that I feed on my patio as my babies too...buying them a cement bird bath this summer.

Just thought I would chime in! Great thread!!!
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Old 05-04-2011, 12:37 AM   #32
 
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LasColinasCichlids... I'm glad I sound young!! My daughter is 25 this year. lol. Son is 19.

I have the most amazing inexpensive bird feeder, it's a little clear plastic thing that sticks to my kitchen window with suction cups.... usually I get lots of Chickadees, Nuthatches, Finches and the ocassional Blue Jay, but I am THRILLED to say that finally after two years of waiting we have a Cardinal pair visiting the feeder. I desperately want to get pics but they are one of the shyist birds. They are as big as Blue Jays. I would never have thought they were that big. Will keep trying and will post a pic if I get one. The camera sits ready...Wish me luck and patience.

Guppy Luver... so that makes you a Gemini too!! ?
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Old 05-04-2011, 08:28 AM   #33
 
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Old 05-04-2011, 03:55 PM   #34
 
Oh man... I would have never guess most of your ages. O.o Turning 24 at the end of the year... Been keeping fish since i was 12.
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Old 05-04-2011, 06:47 PM   #35
 
smae here since was twelve.
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Old 05-04-2011, 09:15 PM   #36
 
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LasColinasCichlids... I'm glad I sound young!! My daughter is 25 this year. lol. Son is 19.

I have the most amazing inexpensive bird feeder, it's a little clear plastic thing that sticks to my kitchen window with suction cups.... usually I get lots of Chickadees, Nuthatches, Finches and the ocassional Blue Jay, but I am THRILLED to say that finally after two years of waiting we have a Cardinal pair visiting the feeder. I desperately want to get pics but they are one of the shyist birds. They are as big as Blue Jays. I would never have thought they were that big. Will keep trying and will post a pic if I get one. The camera sits ready...Wish me luck and patience.

Guppy Luver... so that makes you a Gemini too!! ?
You have a great group of wild birds!!! I have a pair of doves that come around ocassionally, one blue jay, one cardinal (yep, super skittish...have only seen it a couple of times in the early morning), also have a lot of finches...and a couple of common brown birds...one of the browns actually will sit on my patio rail and sing/chirp to me while I sit out there and will eat from the hanging suet without a care. I hope to add a traditional cedar bird feeder soon too, as well as the cement bird bath. First I am going to buy my nephew one of those plastic kiddie pools so he can play in it on the patio...he's only 13 mths so I dont want to take him to a big pool just yet. (I babysit him full time for my younger sister).

Would LOVE to see pics of your wild birds!!! So yes...good luck on getting some good shots! And I know exactly which bird feeder you are talking about! I saw one at Walmart a couple of weeks ago and thought it was super cute!!!
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Old 05-05-2011, 09:03 AM   #37
 
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fish keeping for real from when I was 2 and I soaped my goldfish to death.
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Old 05-05-2011, 11:04 AM   #38
 
how does one soap your goldfish? did you try and clean it?
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Old 05-05-2011, 04:30 PM   #39
 
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I wanted to clean the tank and so I was impationt so I put soap in it and thought thats what you do I used a whole thing of dish soap in it.
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