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# 791
10-17-2011, 08:36 PM
Losing my touch?
I'm considering bothering a doll maker to make me a miniature suit, a professional photographer for some gear and an artist to make me a simple enough face to carve on a pumpkin and have her supervision while doing it.

And for what?
Boredom and a chance for 1000 C-points.
Or I'll borrow the boyfriends credit card and buy the points... Whichever is easier you know.
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# 792
10-17-2011, 10:39 PM
pation.

But maybe the rain isn't really to blame
So I'll remove the cause, but not the symptom.
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# 793
10-17-2011, 11:57 PM
Have you ever considered poupon?
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# 794
10-18-2011, 12:52 AM
Grey Poupon?
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# 795
10-18-2011, 01:20 AM
While this is somewhat late...

RATS RATS BABY!

(Yes, another avid rat fan here - got 2 groups of 5 does - kept rats for around 8-10 years now)

Used to be a cat person - then I met rats and upgraded

(Not that I'm saying there's anything wrong with cats, the household here have many pets, none of which are cat or dog friendly particularly - birds, rats, rabbits and a grey squirrel)
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# 796
10-18-2011, 01:38 AM
Rats forever!

Gonna buy some stuff for my jumbogigantic cage on Thursday.
Then if I'm lucky I'll be having permanent residents in it next month. (the ones I was babysitting for a friend loved exploring it)
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# 797
10-18-2011, 01:57 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chat
Rats forever!

Gonna buy some stuff for my jumbogigantic cage on Thursday.
Then if I'm lucky I'll be having permanent residents in it next month. (the ones I was babysitting for a friend loved exploring it)
One group of my does (all under 6 mo), have a giant cage. 5ft x 4ft x 1.5ft. It's capable of taking upto 12 rats giving each rat 1.5sqm of space each.

The other cage is 1/2 the size but they are baby does (3-4 months) and they're next to each other, slowly introducing one group to the other so eventually they can all live in the big cage.

Am a member of a few rat-centric forums and know a fair bit about our furry friends

Names of my does (in no particular order): Jasmine, Willow, Yoda, Flash, Sprite, Bandit, Isis, Sylvia, Buffy, Anubis

All of them are adorable and adored
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# 798
10-18-2011, 02:24 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Arkane78 View Post
One group of my does (all under 6 mo), have a giant cage. 5ft x 4ft x 1.5ft. It's capable of taking upto 12 rats giving each rat 1.5sqm of space each.

The other cage is 1/2 the size but they are baby does (3-4 months) and they're next to each other, slowly introducing one group to the other so eventually they can all live in the big cage.
Eeek. Archaic measurement system!
But i'll humour you.
7ft x 4ft x 2ft(ish... 2m x 1,5m x 0,60m) is the size of my cage intended for 2 rats. My friend(who is a rat queen. 50+ and got 3 of 'em) nearly fainted when she saw the size of it.
I could have fitted the cage the rats I was babysitting inside it and sit comfortably next to it. :p

Quote:
Originally Posted by Arkane78 View Post
Am a member of a few rat-centric forums and know a fair bit about our furry friends

Names of my does (in no particular order): Jasmine, Willow, Yoda, Flash, Sprite, Bandit, Isis, Sylvia, Buffy, Anubis

All of them are adorable and adored
Awesome.

My dream is getting a agouti rat and name him Jean-Luc.
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# 799
10-18-2011, 02:33 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chat
Eeek. Archaic measurement system!
Not that archaic although I'll admit I should really use metres, but it's difficult to visually judge metres (for me at least) as I find it easier to visually judge feet.

The real irony is that I usually use centimetres - but if the object in question is too big, mentally seem to switch to feet.

Ah well - no harm done
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# 800
10-18-2011, 05:13 AM
Use decimetres then =P
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