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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > THE LOUNGE > Bait: Not just fish food
Last Post by Swamp Pop at 12/08/2012 6:27 PM (29 Replies)
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User is Offline Kafrn
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1/21/2011 2:52 PM
I'm feeling particularly edgy about a particular recurring topic on BB at the moment, and it is hard, but I am trying to be perky and super chatty because i figure all us responsible bunny owners are not here for the owner (in this case) we are here to advise on how to improve the bunnies situation.... Sometimes it takes a lot of counting to ten before I type to remember this, but I guess its better than telling someone what i really think of THEM when it's actually about the bunnies welfare. *deep breaths*
But seriously.... Some ppl can be so thick when it comes to asking for advice.
What weighs 35 tonnes, has four fuzzy ears and is 80 million years old? Two rabbits riding a brontosaurus.

User is Offline MimzMum
Interior Alaska
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1/25/2011 4:42 PM
I guess I haven't been around enough lately to see this, but I hope everyone here knows that I do tend to be rather flip with my posts, but forget how poorly that comes across online. If I have offended anyone at all, or spoken out of turn, I am truly sorry.

Now for an OT alert:
Scooter, I had one Betta when I was young. I guess I didn't give him a decent enough tank (my dad would only sacrifice one large brandy glass, and no, there was no brandy in it) and when I was at school one day, he jumped out of the glass to his death on my bedroom floor. I found him when I got home. I've almost never been so devastated at the loss of a fish. Other rivals for my grief in that regard were my first goldfish, and my last one that passed recently.
Fish are great creatures, but I really prefer the warm and fuzzy kind. It's much easier to tell when they are depressed about something.
Sorry for the OT. Just couldn't let those comments about bettas go unaddressed.
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User is Offline ScooterandAnnette
Winnipeg, Canada
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1/26/2011 6:17 PM
MimzMum: Scooter here. I can easily see how finding the fish like that can be traumatic, especially when young!

The original Bait was "fish-sat" when I was out of town at a conference by a brand-new graduate student who had just joined my group. Well, Bait I wound up going to the big goldfish bowl in the sky while I was gone. The student was pretty nervous: oh great, the boss's fish kicked off while I was taking care of it, and I just joined up. What's he gonna do to me?!? I assured him when I found out that I just couldn't get worked up about it, especially as it was at the end of its life cycle. And besides, Bait II cost only $3.99.

This particular student is defending his doctoral dissertation in about a month, so I have an amusing story to tell at his defense.
Pet Parents to: Aeryn, Tegan, Keelie, and Kiera (bunnies); Harley, Sierra, Ringo and Owen (cats); Dakota (dog). We miss our Rainbow Bunnies: Keiran, Kylie, Reno, Carbun, Kaylee and our boy Bailey.

User is Offline LoveChaCha
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1/26/2011 10:45 PM
There seems to be a lot of trolling lately.
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User is Offline RabbitPam
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1/27/2011 3:15 PM
Yes, but it's probably the same troll over and over. We just spotted a repeat offender. It's just so annoying because it wastes your time and energy as well as ours, and we want to be serving the real members, and you want to be helping each other as well. Maybe that's why they call bait WORMS. yuck.
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User is Offline LoveChaCha
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1/28/2011 11:56 PM
bait worms are stinky
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User is Offline Kelling
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4/29/2011 8:35 PM
I have to admit that this is a reason why I decided to join BB and I am glad that others appreciate this as well.

User is Offline Sage Cat
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8/24/2011 9:26 AM
I joined Binky Bunny because it was the only informative and FUN bunny site I could find.
People who could "troll" a site like this should be ashamed!
Bun - Buns!

User is Offline Bethany's Bunnies‚ô•
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11/08/2011 6:15 AM
I agree! Great post!!

User is Offline Swamp Pop
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12/08/2012 6:27 PM
Kudos to the folks running the show here that they're working so hard to crack down on trolls. I've been to a handful of other forums across the web and unchecked trolling can have some really nasty effects over time. The community here seems funny, supportive, and genuinely caring and it'd break my heart to see some malicious weirdo come in and try to tear that apart.

Good job mod team!
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