dealsfish 'n flush toilet-tank aquarium kit for $198.69

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rofl! that's so funny but a little too expensive for my taste. Those poor fish are gonna suffer...

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I love it, would be cool for a bathroom that kids use...the wife didn't think the same way though.

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No "upper-decking" in my toilet, guys. The fish don't think it's as funny as I do.

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now you can clean the toilet && the fish tank at the same time!!! at least you know you'll be cleaning up poop either way. ><

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I would not like all those fishy eyes seeing me use the toilet!

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Because nothing says classy like a Fish 'n Flush Toilet.

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I don't know...it seems kind of awkward from the fishes point of view. They are in essence living inches away from their graves...

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I wonder how the fish would handle the constant temperature changes? Each flush would probably drop the water temperature a few degrees.

I also imagine the view, just before the meat hits the seat, would be quite scary.

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@lola4028: Yeah, you'd probably have to use goldfish or something else hardy that could handle less-than-ideal conditions.

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any one out there know anything about salt water fish and and what temperature they need to be kept at? my well water is pretty cool all year but so is the ocean.

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Think of the fun you could have putting a tarantula in it. Watch the relatives run out of the bathroom next family gathering.

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Stock it with pirana and you can have your own organic garbage disposal system.

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If you put some nice puffer fish in there it would look like they're holding their breath after someone finishes their work.

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How often do you clean your toliet, so how often would you clean the tank?

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@shinespark: "less-than-ideal conditions" is putting it mildly. The tank holds only 2.2 gallons and has almost no surface area which makes it too small for even 1 goldfish. Bathrooms are the #1 worst room for keeping live fish due to all the wonderful chemicals we use for personal hygiene. This may be a clever idea for sales but any fish kept in one will suffer a predictable fate.

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At 2.2 gallons, it won't hold nearly as many fish as pictured.

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I guess it would be okay for a beta fish.

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Actually just starting to remodel and one of the bathrooms is an underwater scene. Hmmmm....

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@brieanna: It'll be ok for a betta if you want it to live a nice, short life.

Bettas are tropical fish. They need constant temperatures of ~68 and filtration and/or water changes in order to keep them relatively healthy.

As awesome as this idea is, I couldn't see putting any fish in there. It's just not humane.

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It shows up as $171.50 now... you know, for anyone that was ACTUALLY considering this, lol.

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@bigshayne: the price listed includes shipping

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"any one out there know anything about salt water fish and and what temperature they need to be kept at? my well water is pretty cool all year but so is the ocean."

Low 70's. Most salt water fish come from TROPICAL waters that are warm. Too cold and they'll suffer. Salt water fish are very delicate. Temperature and salinity is very important for them. I've maintained a reef tank for 10 years. It requires lots of work in the beginning...but after the learning curve wears off it's just another chore. LoL

Guests love it though...and sometimes there's nothing like sitting in front of a fish tank and get some quiet relaxation time.

Gotta run...kids are fighting!!! =P

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Hmmm, do fish have fetishes? If so, what nationality are they? >.<