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Posted by BiZ on May 06, 2002 at 11:37:43:
In Reply to: Re: You might be a herper if.. (more) posted by meretseger on May 06, 2002 at 10:39:06:
: you pick out food at the grocery store based on the size of the box (think miss hissy can squeeze into that), the people at the hardware store wonder why you buy heat tape in july and cypress mulch in february...
: : You use some of the herp products on/for your self.
: : That odor preventer spray from bigapple.com makes a good pitstick in a pinch.
: : That fluorescent fixture from cagesbydesign may never make it into my cage but rather under a cabinet in my kitchen.
: : Reptibark makes a good, albeit expensive mulch.
: : A superworm or two to tease the cat.
: : A Cobra heat mat to soothe those aching muscles.
: : You've used products meant for Humans on/for your herps.
: : 21 gallon storage bin for crickets.
: : A waterfall/humidifier meant for a home/office setting in your viv and not have it be destroyed by the inhabitants.
: : A sliver or two of deli turkey/chicken breast to shotgun protein into your water dragon who won't eat crickets.
: : A dowel/closet rod as climbing junk for above mentioned WD.
: : Your taste in music actually doesn't stress your herps or other pets.
: : A busted waterfall converted into a plant pot.
: : Sterlite or Rubbermaid containers in many vivs as feeder dishes(cheaper and work better than the reptile feeder dishes).