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 #2411  by opae ula related
 13 Dec 2016 16:56
Ann wrote:Opae Ula eating remind me of lunch time in a school cafeteria. Only the Opies are much more polite
Ann :wink: .

Ha. Your comment reminds me of a cafeteria food fight. The only time I joined, I got caught. :nerner:
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 #2412  by opae ula related
 13 Dec 2016 17:00
odin wrote:That's a fantastic video! She fires it away like a cannon ball lol! Thanks for the share.


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Yeah! or the baby thrusting itself out like a car with turbo and Nitrous Oxide for a second. :tongue:
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 #2413  by Ann
 14 Dec 2016 21:09
Hmmm. Having been a teacher stuck supervising said lunchrooms, I will try to muster up some sympathy for you.

Ann :wink:
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 #2414  by opae ula related
 15 Dec 2016 16:55
Ann wrote:Hmmm. Having been a teacher stuck supervising said lunchrooms, I will try to muster up some sympathy for you.

Ann :wink:


Much respect to you! Btw, it was 30+ years ago.
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 #2415  by Ann
 15 Dec 2016 17:14
I've been teaching for over thirty years. Maybe......No opposite end s of the of the country. :wink:
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 #2417  by odin
 15 Dec 2016 18:22
Ann wrote:I've been teaching for over thirty years. Maybe......No opposite end s of the of the country. :wink:


We have a teacher in the family, i have a lot of respect for them all as their levels of patience is incredible!
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 #2621  by odin
 19 Jan 2017 18:10
LOL lazy shrimp! Ive noticed they do this alot and i think its half the reason they live for so long, less time moving around!! :smile: :lol:
 #2624  by opae ula related
 20 Jan 2017 03:52
opae ula related wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pO1wv422Egw

Tank just for the Larvae.



Saw several berried moms in this tank so assuming they were the first babies in this tank around June 10, 2016 when this video was taken concludes that Opae Ula young as 7.5 months can get berried!
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