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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    and i don't like toys that have pieces because they make an awful mess around the house.....bits everywhere
    I'm feeling you bro'



    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    i decided to buy her a fish tank with quite a few little fish in it
    it's a good idea.... our little ones have loved looking at the one I bought last year

    send your wife out to the field to catch a red clawed crab.... we had one in and it was great fun.... should really have a little island or piece of wood to stick out of the water though



    he lost a claw during a molt.... he'd lost a leg earlier and it had grown back, but he didn't survive the molt after this.... just kept turning over on his back


    I've got the little ones a balance bike (12.80 from ebay) and a few other books and toys, the bigger ones have got an xbox controller and a few magazine and books


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    your fish tank looks a similar size to ours... careful not to overstock it and you should really build up the number of fish slowly

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickA
    careful not to overstock it and you should really build up the number of fish slowly
    there's enough in there i think

    we'll just replace them when they die

    think it's 35 litres

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    there's enough in there i think we'll just replace them when they die think it's 35 litres
    the tank needs time to build up bacteria that help to break down the fish shit.... it's called cycling

    How to Cycle a Fish Tank

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    Quote Originally Posted by nevvr
    are those siamese fighters in that tank?
    no..they are little 10 baht jobbies

    not sure what they are called


    Quote Originally Posted by NickA
    the tank needs time to build up bacteria that help to break down the fish shit.... it's called cycling
    do i need a few more fishes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    do i need a few more fishes?
    no, start off with less and build up

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    get a crab though.... it will eat your fish when they get poorly or die... saves having to get rid of them yourself, or if you don't count your fish, you won't even know about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    not sure what they are called
    look like guppies

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    ^
    yes

    that's what they are

    10 baht if they had a broken tail and 15 baht for a proper tail

    got 2 of each

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    10 baht if they had a broken tail and 15 baht for a proper tail
    wtf?

    shrimps are another good idea.... and snails, they help keep the tank clean

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    i don't like toys that have pieces because they make an awful mess around the house
    I tell my lad to keep the toys in the bedroom and if they're left laying around they go in the bin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    I tell my lad to keep the toys in the bedroom and if they're left laying around they go in the bin.
    doesn't work with 1-2 year olds though

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickA View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    I tell my lad to keep the toys in the bedroom and if they're left laying around they go in the bin.
    doesn't work with 1-2 year olds though
    1-2 year old shouldn't have toys comprised of lots of little bits, so it's not an issue.

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    stop the pedantry
    i don't mean tiny little bits

    my older daughter loved those wooden alphabet things and other jigsaw puzzle type things when she was two

    people kept buying her more and bits went under the sofa and all over

    even pencils are a ballsache

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    this sort of stuff


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    these things get every where

    a perfectly decent toy for an 18 month old

    was more manageable when we only had the one


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    I got nothing, they have my love, and I am not encouraging mindless materialism for a Pagan ritual.

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    bah humbug

    i'm buying them gifts in honour of our sweet baby jayyzuss

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Books, DvDs, toys, clothes, chocolate and a bottle of whiskey.
    Who is the lucky child getting a bottle of whiskey?

    New camera for the daughter and Playstation3 for the boy.

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    you'd have a problem finding three wise men and a vergin these days.

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    While in New York last month I asked her if she would like a coat from a place I had one cut. She told me she would like either the Gabby/Black or the Rosalie/Honey Frost (with hood). I purchased both for her, but had the Gabby cut full length.




    she's happy and warm
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    looks a treat, what's the fur?

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    the three year old has now grown out of blocks and letters and got a tesco hudl off her grandmum

    replaces the shittily constructed and specced acer iconia that i bought for her birthday


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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    ....[sic] has lost it's real meaning.
    Giving and receiving mutual love and respect which actually costs nothing..
    Half the world that celebrates and observes their festive time have lost the plot, as most still practice the opposite of what is supposedly promoted.

    Nothing but a ruse.

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