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Dead shrimp :(

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shrimpstan

really sorry to hear Dean, that sux big time!

wish u the best of luck in getting it all back together again. :encouragement:

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malco

Sorry to hear dean. That suxs.

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jayc

So a little disappointed with myself as I have lost 80-90% of my shrimp :(

OMG!

80-90% for anyone is already a lot of shrimp, but for you, that must have been what a hundred shrimp?

All the best mate.

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Wraithie

This is devastating to hear dean. I don't have much exciting stuff in the way of shrimps, but I will send you lots of well wishes.

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HexaD

Omg.. So sorry to hear mate, let me know if you need anything! You'll come back stronger!!

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chalky

Found out yesterday after talking to Dean, as i said mate if i can help in any way, just let me know.

Was not a good day yesterday hearing this bad news

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Ronskitz

Crap thats devastating mate i lose one shrimp and im freaking let alone losing the amount you wouldve lost :(

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Dostalgia

so sorry to hear that. Hopefully you will be back running ASAP!

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poeticwinter

sorry for your lost :(

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