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Posted by GECKOFREAK on December 01, 2002 at 18:11:16:
In Reply to: Re: Hello posted by Gecko_King on December 01, 2002 at 14:58:16:
::I waz talkin to my prents bout a gecko for x-mas(I think they like the idea)my parents were wondering about misting and the type of water you're supposed to use,and were worried about buying online although I explained to them you breeders are very reputable, however, I'm beginning to wonder if Ilive in southeren Idaho, if anyone could find out where a coming up one would be(expo) and what up and coming ones would be closest. (Cuz i cant find one)They also wanted to know what we would do when we went on a trip. THNX!
::Sorry I (finally realized my mistake in poting im soo used to putting hotmail.com 4 my addy)found out my addy was email@example.com Email me mike!
:This is my advise to you: Take a little more time to form a question if you really would like an answer. I cannot understand
:half of what you are asking in your posts. I am not sure of your age, but you must be very young. Read your post before you submit it. As for your questions, Cresteds do not have to be misted daily, but they do require clean water and fresh food. I use tap water for my gecko's, but if your tap water is not so great, use bottled water. I have never had a problem buying animals through the internet, but it is a risk. Call the person before you pay for the animal to get a feel for how they do business. Crested gecko's are a good choice.
:Sorry, I was getting a little ahead of myself, using too much slang gleaned from constant MSN instant messenger use. Gotta be that ADD acting up again;)(Although my doctor says I'm the most intelligent person with ADD he's ever seen.) I'm not the "ADD stereotype" most people imagine,most people who have ADD are not! Anyways thank you, I just want you to understand I'm a very intelligent person but just got a little ahead of myself. (By the way, I don't know if this is good or not, but I have a 140 IQ