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OzShrimp

I got a gift today in the mail for the work put into the auction and i must say i am VERY VERYYYYYYYYYY grateful.

So a big thanks out to @NoGi and @newbreed  :)

I will thoroughly enjoy and use what was sent :)

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jayc

Ooo, well deserved Shaun.

What was it?????

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Disciple

Yeah Oz,

The least you can do is mentioned what you got too!!

Also we need to speak about the next SKF auction.

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OzShrimp

Lol if they allow to post what they gave me for doing the auction i will do so :)

It was LOTSSSSSSSSSSS of goodies! 

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NoGi

Go for it mate post a pic, nothing to hide lol

It was our personal way to say thank you for your efforts leading up to and on the day.

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Better grammar lol

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OzShrimp

Okay well i havent opened everything yet that will come tomorrrow but it included

1 lot of benibachi kale tablets 

1 packet of shrimp snow

1 packet of shrimp cuisine

A pack of the moss SS mesh with suction cap which i bid on and lost lol

A bio sponge filter which i was extremely stoked about cause now i have enough of them :D (this was my favourite!) 

 

Again i am very appreciative @NoGi and @newbreed i just thought i was getting some of the SS mesh things! 

Was like christmas for me today :D

I will take a photo tomorrow of everything as i am a bit intoxicated atm lol 

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newbreed

Glad you are happy with the choices mate, the moss ledges and BioSpon were a no brainer!!!

thanks again for all your hard work in keeping us all on track!!

i will save you some time with the images!! ?

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Disciple

@newbreed to the rescue!

 

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OzShrimp

lol well that saved me some time! 

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