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Old March 6th 08, 05:11 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
jthread
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I have numerous sponges starting to grow in the 45. The 30 already has a
bunch. Some survived when we bought the lr.

The change since i removed the bio matter (fun to say), from the 45 gallon,
is noteworthy.


  #2  
Old March 6th 08, 08:26 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs,alt.support.boy-lovers,alt.usenet.kooks,rec.ponds,alt.callahans
Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)[_7_]
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Default birth control sponges.anyone else like ot suck on them to get thegoodie out of them?

On Mar 6, 11:11*am, "jthread" wrote:
I have numerous birthcontrol sponges starting to grow moldy. The 30 I already have that I have been
munching on sure taste good, as I get allthat old jism out of them.......
The change since my mom quit using condoms and switched to the sponge, has made aquiring them so much easier.
than looking for them in other folks trash.
Moms birth control sponges are noteworthy in taste since she like to screw a lot of different guys so she keeps her spopnges loaded up with sperm.


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Old March 6th 08, 10:03 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs,alt.support.boy-lovers,alt.usenet.kooks,rec.ponds,alt.callahans
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Default birth control sponges.anyone else like ot suck on them to get thegoodie out of them?

On Mar 6, 3:26�pm, "Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)"
wrote:
On Mar 6, 11:11�am, "jthread" wrote:



I have numerous �birthcontrol �sponges starting to grow moldy. The 30 I already have that I have been
munching on sure taste good, as I get allthat old jism out of them........
The change since my mom quit using condoms and switched to the sponge, has made aquiring them so much easier.
than looking for them in other folks trash.
Moms birth control sponges are �noteworthy in taste since she like to screw a lot of different guys so she keeps her spopnges loaded up with sperm.- Hide quoted text -


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http://scottsalberg.blogspot.com/




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Old March 7th 08, 04:10 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
KurtG[_3_]
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Default sponges

jthread wrote:
I have numerous sponges starting to grow in the 45. The 30 already has a
bunch. Some survived when we bought the lr.

The change since i removed the bio matter (fun to say), from the 45 gallon,
is noteworthy.




I had sponges growing when I had high nitrates and phosphates, but I'm
not aware of any at the moment. Of course, I have gray angels as well.

--Kurt
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Old March 7th 08, 04:16 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs,alt.support.boy-lovers,alt.usenet.kooks,rec.ponds,alt.callahans
Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)[_7_]
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Default birth control sponges.anyone else like ot suck on them to get thegoodie out of them?

On Mar 6, 4:03*pm, ScottyFLL wrote:
On Mar 6, 3:26�pm, "Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)"

wrote:
On Mar 6, 11:11�am, "jthread" sucked a cock and then wrote:


I have numerous �birthcontrol �sponges starting to grow moldy. The 30 I already have that I have been
munching on sure taste good, as I get allthat old jism out of them........
The change since my mom quit using condoms and switched to the sponge, has made aquiring them so much easier.
than looking for them in other folks trash.
Moms birth control sponges are �noteworthy in taste since she like to screw a lot of different guys so she keeps her spopnges loaded up with sperm.- Hide quoted text -


- Show quo


Additional information here.

*http://scottsalberg.blogspot.com/


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Old March 7th 08, 04:27 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
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Default sponges


"KurtG" wrote in message
...
jthread wrote:
I have numerous sponges starting to grow in the 45. The 30 already has a
bunch. Some survived when we bought the lr.

The change since i removed the bio matter (fun to say), from the 45
gallon, is noteworthy.



I had sponges growing when I had high nitrates and phosphates, but I'm not
aware of any at the moment. Of course, I have gray angels as well.

--Kurt


according to some book my wife read sponges are a sign of a healthy
aquarium. so are those little fleas and bristle worms. i was watching some
of my pesky anemones eating the fleas. they are fun to watch.

when the 45 was needing frequent changes sponges weren't growing. as soon as
the nitrates dropped they started growing. or at least that's when i saw
them.

i've never had high phosphates but i use ro/di water.

if gray angels eat sponges why do you have them? too many sponges?


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Old March 7th 08, 04:57 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs,alt.support.boy-lovers,alt.usenet.kooks,rec.ponds,alt.callahans
Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)[_7_]
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Default birth control sponges.anyone else like ot suck on them to get thegoodie out of them?

On Mar 6, 11:11am, "jthread" sucked a cock and then
wrote:
On Mar 6, 4:03*pm, ScottyFLL wrote:



On Mar 6, 3:26�pm, "Big Habeeb (a.k.a. Mitch)"just laughted his ass off at Jthread being suck a kinky ****er



On Mar 6, 11:11�am, "jthread" sucked a cock and swallowed a sponge and then wrote:


I have numerous �birthcontrol �sponges starting to grow moldy. The 30 I already have that I have been
munching on sure taste good, as I get allthat old jism out of them........
The change since my mom quit using condoms and switched to the sponge, has made aquiring them so much easier.
than looking for them in other folks trash.
Moms birth control sponges are �noteworthy in taste since she like to screw a lot of different guys so she keeps her spopnges loaded up with sperm.- Hide quoted text -


- Show quo


Additional information here.


*http://scottsalberg.blogspot.com/- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -"KurtG" played in JThreads spooge and scrawled the following message



...



according to some dicks my wife sucked the spooge out of sucking a
sponges is better than nothing.
So are those little fleas and bristle worms. if you use them for sex
aide toys. i was watching some
of my pesky crotch crickets eating the fleas fleas on my wifes snatch
and they are fun to watch.

when the wife was needing frequent changes sponges weret growing very
fast as she sure loved to **** all the dudes she could find..But as
soon as
she found out she had the clap her ****buddies stopped coming buy so I
had to start sucking out moms sponges, as she is also a **** freak.


i've never had crotch crickets before but i have em now for sure and
while they itch they are fun to watch.

if my wife and I eat sponges and swallow them willl it clog up my
poop chute?

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Old March 21st 08, 04:04 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
KurtG[_3_]
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Default Gray Angels ( sponges)


I just like them. I love watching them when diving in the keyes or off
miami, so I got a pair for my aquarium. I was hoping that I could pair
them, but they fought so I needed to separate them. I may try when I
get a 180.

Not sure what happened to my sponges. They seemed to have died off when
I added metal halides and the tank cycled. They are harmless, AFAIK.

--Kurt



jthread wrote:
"KurtG" wrote in message
...
jthread wrote:
I have numerous sponges starting to grow in the 45. The 30 already has a
bunch. Some survived when we bought the lr.

The change since i removed the bio matter (fun to say), from the 45
gallon, is noteworthy.


I had sponges growing when I had high nitrates and phosphates, but I'm not
aware of any at the moment. Of course, I have gray angels as well.

--Kurt


according to some book my wife read sponges are a sign of a healthy
aquarium. so are those little fleas and bristle worms. i was watching some
of my pesky anemones eating the fleas. they are fun to watch.

when the 45 was needing frequent changes sponges weren't growing. as soon as
the nitrates dropped they started growing. or at least that's when i saw
them.rec.aquaria.marine.reefs

i've never had high phosphates but i use ro/di water.

if gray angels eat sponges why do you have them? too many sponges?


  #9  
Old March 21st 08, 09:08 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.reefs
Wayne Sallee
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Default Gray Angels ( sponges)

There will still be sponges growing on the hidden
areas of the rocks.

Wayne Sallee



KurtG wrote on 3/21/2008 12:04 PM:

I just like them. I love watching them when diving in the keyes or off
miami, so I got a pair for my aquarium. I was hoping that I could pair
them, but they fought so I needed to separate them. I may try when I
get a 180.

Not sure what happened to my sponges. They seemed to have died off when
I added metal halides and the tank cycled. They are harmless, AFAIK.

--Kurt



jthread wrote:
"KurtG" wrote in message
...
jthread wrote:
I have numerous sponges starting to grow in the 45. The 30 already
has a bunch. Some survived when we bought the lr.

The change since i removed the bio matter (fun to say), from the 45
gallon, is noteworthy.

I had sponges growing when I had high nitrates and phosphates, but
I'm not aware of any at the moment. Of course, I have gray angels as
well.

--Kurt


according to some book my wife read sponges are a sign of a healthy
aquarium. so are those little fleas and bristle worms. i was watching
some of my pesky anemones eating the fleas. they are fun to watch.

when the 45 was needing frequent changes sponges weren't growing. as
soon as the nitrates dropped they started growing. or at least that's
when i saw them.rec.aquaria.marine.reefs

i've never had high phosphates but i use ro/di water.

if gray angels eat sponges why do you have them? too many sponges?

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Old June 3rd 11, 06:08 PM
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I adulation watching them if diving in the keyes or off miami, so I got a brace for my aquarium. I was acquisitive that I could pair them, but they fought so I bare to abstracted them. I may try if I get a 180.
 




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