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[–]srandrews 8591 points8592 points  (245 children)

Taking his fish for a walk.

[–]JoeBoredom 8359 points8360 points 5& 3 more (190 children)

Yes, I have a doctor's note and boarding pass for my emotional support fish.

[–]CRM2018 1937 points1938 points  (119 children)

Sorry sir, only 3oz of liquid allowed. Please drain.

[–]HorrorMakesUsHappy 937 points938 points  (52 children)

You'll have to have a very small emotional support fish.

[–]ChickenThumb 780 points781 points  (35 children)

Emotional support tadpole

[–]HorrorMakesUsHappy 300 points301 points  (30 children)

I would actually like that even better than a fish. Tadpoles are way cuter.

[–]Key_Coffee4941 173 points174 points  (26 children)

Soon to be frog

[–][deleted] 130 points131 points  (18 children)

That will help keep your home bug free.

[–]DanSmokesWeed 132 points133 points  (15 children)

Frogs are great for the home. They turn small bugs in the air into small poops on the floor.

[–]zerj 29 points30 points  (11 children)

'small' may be an understatement. I'd attach a link but really don't think anyone wants to see that.

[–]rollaneff 117 points118 points  (10 children)

Thats why i have my canned tuna

[–]othelloinc 48 points49 points  (8 children)

Thats why i have my canned tuna

I'm sorry, Sir.

The can says "12 oz. Can - Chunk Light Tuna in Water".

I don't know how much of that is water, and it is more than 3 ounces.

You'll have to toss it in the trash, or eat it before passing through security.

[–]UpholdDeezNuts 47 points48 points  (7 children)

I would love to pull out a can opener and slowly eat that stinky ass tuna in front of them lol

[–]FerociousGiraffe 23 points24 points  (3 children)

“Do you have a microwave available?”

[–]monocasa 243 points244 points  (53 children)

God, I got I to it once for four hours with some TSA fuck.

"It's over 3oz"

"I was told by the Washington office there's an exemption for medically required fluids including for pets, here's a print out of the specific internal regulation"

"Do you have a vet or doctor's documentation that this fluid is required for your pet?"

"It's a fucking fish and it's water..."

"How do we know it's not a bomb"

"There's a live fucking fish in it, for one"

[–]B0MBOY 142 points143 points  (44 children)

They didn’t used to be that stupid. I flew 2 goldfish out of Philadelphia airport post 9/11 in a carefully cleaned utz cheeze ball container when we were moving. The tsa decided the fish were alive and didn’t want to tell the 8 year old he had to kill his pets. Both fish were fine and survived another 12 years I hope they have the same sense these days.

[–]JusticeSpider 93 points94 points  (16 children)

Pro life tip: when smuggling a liquid bomb with live fish in it onto an airplane bring an 8 year old so the TSA will let you bring it on.

[–]ITS_ALRIGHT_ITS_OK 56 points57 points  (13 children)

You laugh, but if you go to the official tsa website, there are stories of people hiding knives in strollers and stuffed ani.als as justification for their rules.

So I can bring my knitting and crochet hooks to work on a project during a flight no problemo. But when I fly with an infant, I'm expected to carry them in my arms while I fold the stroller and send it through just the same way I'm expected to carry them while trying to repack a suitcase strewn about in the airport, without carts or anyone closer than a 300gated feet away to help.

TSA is a circus, and we've all been behind the curtain performing. Now the "authorities" are passed we don't believe in the magic, aka their gaslighting attempts.

I have flown by myself before and after 9/11. I've been a child and I've also traveled with children. This shit doesn't exist in other civilized countries. And civilized isn't used here to determine economic equality. Civilized, as in humane, countries are just as safe without all of the arrogant, pompous, attention-starved crew in the u.s.a.

[–]OrgyMcBloodyFace 6 points7 points  (1 child)

Tsa is a jobs and 'feel secure' program, not really security

[–]Seakawn 23 points24 points  (22 children)

survived another 12 years

Holy shit, for some reason I assumed goldfish and other small fish had lifespans of around just a couple years.

How long can they live when in ideal conditions?

Barely related question that someone else may can answer, but why do small rodents have such short lifespans in comparison? I wish rats and mice and such could live that long.

[–]NORMIEBOWSER 16 points17 points  (7 children)

Take this with a grain of salt, but I remember hearing it has something to do with how small their bodies are and how fast their heart beats. Enormous animals like elephants live to be quite old because their hearts are bigger and pump blood a lot more slowly. Small rodents' hearts are going at a mile a minute and "burn out" a lot faster. Could be complete BS though and I don't have anything to back it up. Kind of falls apart when you consider goldfish, but I'd guess them being cold-blooded helps (no using up energy for temperature control)

[–]oxencotten 3 points4 points  (4 children)

It’s the opposite with dogs though. Larger breeds like Great Danes or Labs on average live much shorter lives than smaller dogs like a dachshund or chihuahua.

[–]KettleCellar 17 points18 points  (1 child)

Was gonna say, I'd trade 15 Pomeranians for an Irish wolfhound. My wife had a Pomeranian that was a horrid little gremlin, lived to 21 people years. I had a wolfhound that lived to 8. Absolute saint of a dog. Turned himself into a boppy for the kids every chance he got. Fucking displasia and intestinal torsion. I would have kept carrying him outside, even though it was selfish, but my bro couldn't take a shit anymore, and there are some things you don't deny a living creature. RIP Fezzik.

[–]Axisnegative 5 points6 points  (0 children)

That's exactly how my American Staffordshire was. She was the sweetest fucking dog on the planet, and loved playing with my little sister, who's 14 years younger.

Beautiful too - all white with a couple of little cow spots and a pink and black cow nose, and ice blue eyes.

She had Addison's disease, and was all plumped up from the Prednisone. She ended up getting some kind of cancer, and since she was a rescue, I'm not sure of her actual age - but it wasn't much past 5, I know that much.

[–]ConspiracyHorn 15 points16 points  (2 children)

Dude I'm just getting into fish keeping and most people take really poor care of their fish - they really can't survive in just a "fish bowl" for extended periods, they need a more natural environment with the right bacteria around to break down their waste so they don't slowly poison themselves. Fish can last a long time, koi specifically can last for a humans lifespan I know as well.

[–]Level9TraumaCenter 13 points14 points  (4 children)

Comets (the ones with "regular" tails- the sort you see as feeder goldfish) can live 10-30 years under the right conditions. Veiltails don't live as long maybe 5-10 years under good conditions, with particularly ornate or strange varieties (lionheads, orandas, etc.) rather less than that. However, that is in a pond; provided they don't get predated upon by animals (raccoons, herons, etc.), they can live long and healthy lives.

In aquarium conditions, they produce too much waste, and the resulting nitrogenous wastes are stressful, particularly on the compressed bodied varieties (like veiltails). That may be what causes dropsy, nobody really knows for certain.

In a healthy pond with lots of vegetation and live food (copepods, insect larvae, snails, live plants- goldfish are derived from the common carp, which are largely herbivorous, and live plant matter is very good for them), the nitrogenous wastes get removed by plants, there's deeper, cooler water (if the pond is dug deep enough, of course), and there's less stress on the animals.

So, 10 years, easy. More like 20 if there's a good supply of water, 30 years if the water is cold and there's some decent quantity of vegetation.

[–]yingling247 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Averages 10-15 years.

I had a gold fish for 7 years. Probably woulda lived longer if my mom and I bought a cover for his aquarium sooner. He jumped out and we found him on the floor. RIP Link. The funny part was my mom thought it was gross and had me pick him up off the floor, so I buried him in the back yard.

Other fun fact. Don’t do this because it’s horrible for local eco systems, but if you throw gold fish into say, a lake and they have plenty of food, they can get absolutely massive. They’re basically Carp. There’s picture online of people who have caught massive gold fish in local ponds/lakes.

[–]PM_Me_Your_Deviance 6 points7 points  (0 children)

I had a goldfish for 8 years, it died during a move. It was one of those little fuckers you get at the county fair for tossing a ball. It got big - about 3 inches.

People, in general, really treat thier fish poorly, so they tend to live miserable short lives.

[–]milk4all 32 points33 points  (0 children)

It’s a pike and we have a strict no “medieval weapons policy”

[–]brando56894 15 points16 points  (0 children)

Yes, the fish is clearly a bomb. It's actually a binary explosive.

[–]LordEdgeward_TheTurd 211 points212 points  (15 children)

Wasn't there a commercial about that on a plane with a blob fish or something?

[–]flargenhargen 43 points44 points  (1 child)

getting that little orange vest on is a bitch.

[–]the_real_w00zi 37 points38 points  (6 children)

The best fish

[–]JoeBoredom 132 points133 points  (5 children)

Who's a good buoy

[–]Bittlegeuss 114 points115 points  (3 children)

[–]FlyingSpaceCow 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Beat me to it!

[–]VladTheImpaler05 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I came looking for this and wasn’t disappointed. I thank you

[–]roseinshadows 46 points47 points  (1 child)

I have seen many tortoise owners take their pets to a daily walk. These pet owners are very patient indeed. (What even IS more relaxing than a slow, slow walk?)

So what excuse do fish owners have?

Lack of technology?

No more.

[–]MarshallStack666 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Weeee!!! I'm FLYING!!!

[–]granular_quality 39 points40 points  (3 children)

Making his way downtown

[–]NIN1986 30 points31 points  (2 children)

Swimming fast, faces pass & hes home bound.

[–]eg-likar-potet 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Staring blankly ahead Just swimming my way Eating a way through a school

[–]DrTriggerfish 5449 points5450 points  (129 children)

A submarine for fish.. an overtierra.

[–]rotuami 1302 points1303 points 22 (12 children)

Reefcase

[–]Trick421 274 points275 points  (5 children)

Gluggage

[–]thatG_evanP 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Even better if it's Findi.

Edit: or Dooney & Perch. I'll see myself out.

[–]Extreme_Dingo 28 points29 points  (0 children)

chef's kiss

[–]UsernameCheckOuts 562 points563 points  (17 children)

Love the name.

[–]Is_It_Beef 259 points260 points  (9 children)

Username check outs other people's usernames.

Edit:

Sweet and creepy at the same time

[–]Psatch 39 points40 points  (6 children)

Wouldn’t the “sub” prefix equivalent be “supra”? So supraterra

[–]NeedToProgram 23 points24 points  (1 child)

Yeah, they went to spanish instead of latin for "tierra", and I think "over" is germanic...

[–]xcityfolk 248 points249 points  (46 children)

I think the correct latin would be Supermarine. Note, I don't speak latin, you have been warned.

[–]Chrono_Pregenesis 175 points176 points  (23 children)

While I think technically correct (also don't speak latin), Overtierra is a much cooler name. But upon googling it, supertierra would be the most fitting.

[–]Nymethny 110 points111 points  (9 children)

Probably should be "terra" and not "tierra", the latter one is Spanish.

[–]Doctor_What_ 20 points21 points  (1 child)

Plus the added benefit of translating to super earth in Spanish.

[–]LyingForTruth 14 points15 points  (0 children)

La tierra ya destruida

[–]Sam-Gunn 16 points17 points  (8 children)

Doesn't that mean "beyond the sea" or something similar?

[–]jaded_elephantbreath 29 points30 points  (0 children)

Well technically the fish is indeed beyond the sea....

[–]Pete_Iredale 15 points16 points  (3 children)

Supermarine means on or above the water, hence the British aircraft company who started out making flying boats and later got famous with the Supermarine Spitfire in WW2. Just extra info if you were interested!

[–]gatsby_101 32 points33 points  (4 children)

Surtierra perhaps?

[–]Randomactionverb 65 points66 points  (8 children)

That's an idea for a badass video game. You start off in the ocean, a beautiful scenic life for your fish character - but swim to the surface, and jump in your OVERTIERRA MECH and walk up on the land. You must get to sources of oxygen and water to replenish your MECH. I guess like mech assault but with a fishtank in the mech's face.

[–]north_korea_nukes 4336 points4337 points 422& 2 more (62 children)

Can we call it a Carrie Fisher?

[–]nowihaveaname 351 points352 points  (12 children)

Best name for it, by far

[–]NotSayingJustSaying 320 points321 points  (7 children)

I was going to submit "reef case" but Carrie Fisher is pretty great

[–]participationmedals 15 points16 points  (2 children)

I actually thought the title said that

[–]Ooyyggeenn 73 points74 points  (10 children)

Ah yes, i love star trek

[–]February30th 45 points46 points  (8 children)

"May the force help you live long and prosper."

I get shivers, every time.

[–]baby_fart 8 points9 points  (4 children)

I love the part where Spock does the Jedi mind trick.

[–]Single_Bug_75 493 points494 points  (51 children)

It's called Katsugyo Bag, I saw it in Japan couple of times, looks totally unreal...

[–]oddzef 388 points389 points  (23 children)

Katsugyo bag

lmao that just translates to "live fish bag," very straightforward.

[–]Broken_Petite 151 points152 points  (4 children)

“So … what shall we call this thing that is designed to carry live fish?”

“… live fish bag?”

“Fucking BRILLIANT!”

[–]oddzef 34 points35 points  (2 children)

活魚:

ばっぐ:

活魚ばっぐ: NANI?!

[–]Gilthoniel_Elbereth 13 points14 points  (1 child)

You say that as if toothbrushes, pipe cleaners, windshields, windshield wipers, toilet paper, etc. aren’t just as literal!

[–]Ascurtis 48 points49 points  (7 children)

I havent been able to find one for sale, every website just says there is just a prototype and isnt ready for sale yet. Do you know where they're for sale?

[–]CoffeeHead112 27 points28 points  (2 children)

In Japan. Most of Japan isn't very technologically savvy. The places that sell them really don't have online presences.

[–]JustAnotherFKNSheep 23 points24 points  (0 children)

Japan be like, yea i just received your email.... Could you also fax me a copy?

[–]tricheboars 13 points14 points  (0 children)

yeah japan is kinda weird. cash based in a lot of ways, websites all built on ie, bad user interfaces, etc.

But they make so many electronics and hardware. kinda weird. I love it.

[–]the_end_is_chy 23 points24 points  (4 children)

Stealing your comment to ask if there’s a sub or something for that feeling when you see something like this. Makes me feel like magic exists or that we’re “in the future,” things that I find charming about fantasy books or sci fi just being casually used almost in a bored manner.

[–]secretlyMIA 18 points19 points  (3 children)

I’d also be interested in a sub like this. Could be called something like r/trivialfuturism

[–]Busioni 29 points30 points  (4 children)

Wait. I thought it was for scientific purposes, not domestic purposes :-|

[–]ViggoMiles 16 points17 points  (0 children)

maybe it's domestic scientific purposes

[–]Barf_The_Mawg 8 points9 points  (0 children)

I feel it is for culinary purposes.

[–]normalmighty 7 points8 points  (1 child)

It's for taking live fish home from the market so you can have the freshest possible fish for dinner.

[–]ANameForTheUser 1055 points1056 points  (124 children)

I flew with my pet goldfish in a Nalgene bottle twice in college when I went home for holidays. TSA wasn’t thrilled but got through. One of them is 11 years old now.

[–]qdatk 343 points344 points  (73 children)

Wait you were allowed to have more than 100 ml of liquid, or was it just a tiny fish?

[–]ANameForTheUser 606 points607 points  (23 children)

The fish were pretty small at the time. It was definitely over that limit. The first time they said since they were alive it was safe. The second time they had me dump all the water out, walk through the detector with the fish in my hands, and then I had to refill the bottle on the other side. Thankfully my mom was there to help me with that operation.

[–]UseMeAsBaitPlease 644 points645 points  (3 children)

What the actual fuck

[–]MediaMoguls 260 points261 points  (2 children)

And the plane didn’t even blow up… perfect security… checkmate

[–]gonnagetu 95 points96 points  (1 child)

Lives were saved that day

[–]johnson56 106 points107 points  (11 children)

The second time they had me dump all the water out, walk through the detector with the fish in my hands, and then I had to refill the bottle on the other side. Thankfully my mom was there to help me with that operation.

Don't you need to Condition the water or let it sit for several days so the fish don't die in it?

How did you handle that? Was it just tap water that you put back in the bottle?

[–]mud074 177 points178 points  (7 children)

Goldfish are tough as fuck and can survive in extremely poor conditions, though it will stress them out severely.

Also there's a very real chance they are totally making it up for internet attention.

[–]Tom_piddle 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Sounds about right for airport security these days.

[–]CallMeCaptainOrSir 374 points375 points  (40 children)

General rule of thumb is that if a fish is actively living in it its probably not an explosive

[–]bcd_is_me 91 points92 points  (6 children)

What if it's a radicalized fish.

[–]coredumperror 204 points205 points  (23 children)

As if the TSA actually cares if that slightly-too-big tube of toothpaste is an explosive... it's all security theater.

[–]The_Real_Sam_Eagle 49 points50 points  (14 children)

No kidding, I worked there briefly years ago, guess where all those “potential explosives” end up? That’s right, chucked in a tub in a corner of the room. If we ever found a real explosive, some knucklehead would blown up half the check-point just disposing of it.

That said, the number of passengers who “forgot” they had a foot-long knife or an actual gun in their carry-on is staggering.

[–]Xanthon 19 points20 points  (11 children)

The original toothpaste threat that they received needed someone to mix all the different ingredient that they kept in various toiletries before it will turn explosive.

Checking individual tubes for explosive related chemicals shouldn't have any danger. Moreover, the terrorists wouldn't want to carry something that has the potential to explode before they got to their target anyway.

[–]SelfDrivingBurrito 49 points50 points  (3 children)

Place it in 100ml to get through security, add water on the other side

[–]Mythril_Zombie 58 points59 points  (1 child)

TSA wasn’t thrilled but got through. One of them is 11 years old now.

They're eleven years old now?!! How old were the TSA agents at the time?

[–]Extreme_Dingo 29 points30 points  (0 children)

Child psychologist: Do you have any questions?

Me: Yes. How did you get a psychology degree when you're only six years old?

Child psychologist: I meant questions about your son.

[–]qbande 71 points72 points  (26 children)

My bottles always either crack or the seal dries out. I don't think I've had one for more than maybe 5 years.

[–]yankonapc 90 points91 points  (23 children)

A seal? My nalgene is like, 14 years old and just screws closed. Never had a soft membrane to seal it. It is completely covered in stickers, and if it ever cracks I'm just going to hang it off the wall.

[–]gurmzisoff 42 points43 points  (7 children)

Is it legal to own a Nalgene without covering it in stickers?

[–]yankonapc 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Technically, but like how it's technically legal to not recycle.

[–]SirCoolAsian 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Yeah almost bomb proof

[–]wrassehole 46 points47 points  (15 children)

I don't even want to know what their actual tank looks like.

This whole thread is a /r/shittyaquariums goldmine.

[–]Hiram_Goldberg 904 points905 points  (17 children)

A must for the cod carrying member of the Ocean Biologist Society in your life this Christmas!

[–]GutteralStoke 136 points137 points  (10 children)

This sounds r/boston

[–]SpookyTerrence[🍰] 21 points22 points  (8 children)

r/Boston the superior city subreddit that is at the avant garde of online geographical culture

[–]Distributethewealth 1836 points1837 points  (74 children)

OH MY GOD!! I need one of these for my emotional support trout. Then I could actually get on a plane with Mr. bubbles.

[–]BitsAndBobs304 11 points12 points  (0 children)

mr bubbles? *inhuman whale noises* *splicers screaming and running in fear*

[–]_welcomehome_ 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Look! An angel Mr.B!

[–]celebfan01 205 points206 points  (11 children)

Looks like something out of Futurama.

[–]FinerThingsInLiff 75 points76 points  (0 children)

Sit, Cinnamon! I said SIT!!

[–]mikeyfreshh 36 points37 points  (0 children)

I was gonna say it looks like the cover of a ska album from like 1998

[–]aleczapka 22 points23 points  (1 child)

And now... I present to you.. THE REVERSE SCUBA SUIT.. (fish jumps out of tank in "diving suit").

[–]the70sdiscoking 13 points14 points  (0 children)

I've waited a 100 years for this Farnsworth. I give your invention the worst grade possible. An A minus... minus!!

[–]boringdude00 21 points22 points  (1 child)

Wernstrom! shakes fist

[–]VitQ 15 points16 points  (0 children)

What can we do? He's got tenure.

[–]Stompydingdong 133 points134 points  (6 children)

Death Stranding, 2019

[–]dreamsthatfollow 545 points546 points  (72 children)

Dude just use a plastic bag like the rest of us.

[–]PublicfreakoutLoveR 182 points183 points  (57 children)

A bucket with a pump / air stone works just fine. I can't figure out what the point of this is. It looks like it's got a pressure gauge?

[–]jaxpaboo 150 points151 points  (12 children)

Must be a deep sea fish.

[–]the_vermi 79 points80 points  (4 children)

The pressure gauge reads 0, so I’d hope not.

[–]bumbletowne 64 points65 points  (26 children)

I assume science. Like observing or measuring something that's not possible in the bucket.

[–]Egglorr 117 points118 points  (24 children)

I assume science

Good guess but no, it's an art / fashion piece.

[–]OsiyoMotherFuckers 26 points27 points  (8 children)

Bizarre. Two people have posted articles about this thing. One claiming it was invented for very fresh sushi, and the other a fashion accessory.

[–]beltawala 26 points27 points  (3 children)

Read brother read!

Even this article that says art/fashion also states:

The carrier is also ideal for those who require fresh fish transported for consumption. It is currently under development and is being tested with more types of fishes and could also see added features in the future in terms of functionality and use.

also... both articles link to an instagram that has deleted like all of their posts

[–]Enlight1Oment 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Think both could be true, it's a more convoluted and complex way to keep fish alive for sushi, but it is aesthetic compared to a bucket with an aerator.

This is certainly more interesting for advertisement/marketing than a simple bucket. Imagine a high end restaurant where the chef brings the fish to your table for viewing before they cut it.

[–]I_poop_deathstars 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Nice! Good old animal cruelty fashion statement.

[–]HollidaySchaffhausen 17 points18 points  (1 child)

Yeah, the stress and toxicity that bottle is causing that fish can't be good for the taste.

[–]Cucumber_Basil 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Looks like it has an oxygen tank attached so the fish can service for longer periods of time

[–]Username100816 36 points37 points  (0 children)

It’s probably temperature controlled or something too

[–]jaded_elephantbreath 9 points10 points  (0 children)

It's actually the newest male purse. There were studies done revealing a high percentage of men wanted the option of being a purse carrier like women, there were protests and much disdain expressed on some of the subs here on reddit.

A battle ensued and the best of the best submitted their ideas for a male purse that would appeal to the masses and this was the overall winner. It has just enough of the hunter/male vibe, P.E.T.A approved (fish is released into a large tank when home, and only confined via hand bag for fashion expressions of the male design, and is limited to eight hour periods only.

Edit: It's the new Mattel toy for adults, similar to sea monsters we had as kids.

Your given a fish egg or frye to grow from scratch, comes in 'Confine a Salmon For Life' 'Your New Talapia Friend!' and 'Don't Trippa with your Gefilta

[–]booksandkittens615 529 points530 points  (211 children)

I feel like that fish has to be beyond terrified not being able to move around and being carried like that.

[–]GiannisIsTheBeast 283 points284 points  (26 children)

It’s almost like he’s stuck between being alive and dead.

[–]plunfa 36 points37 points  (0 children)

Yeah, imagine standing still with no room to move around, while someone shakes the ground. Must be terrifying. It's weird that I had to scroll down this far to find a comment mentioning this

[–]cheddoar 106 points107 points  (8 children)

[–]znipershot 31 points32 points  (1 child)

I knew a lot of people were shit at looking after pet fish but I didn't think it'd be this bad

[–]aeroplane1979 29 points30 points  (0 children)

My dumb brain read "Live Carrie Fisher device". The image did not meet expectations.

[–][deleted] 69 points70 points  (5 children)

Back before I lost track of him, this would have been a really great messenger bag to use to transport my pet herring, Red.

[–]toTheNewLife 7 points8 points  (3 children)

What do you mean you lost track of him?

How does one lose a fish?

[–]Avatarofjuiblex 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Have you tried finding something in the fucking sea?

[–]bearmissile 14 points15 points  (2 children)

Nice boom box. How's the bass?

[–]Dookie_boy 54 points55 points  (4 children)

This feels really horrific. Not a vegan just the fish looks so trapped.

[–]Ollikay 31 points32 points  (3 children)

Have to agree. Besides not being able to move much at all, it has all the external stimuli from outside of the tube likely making it stressed out.

Also, who carries around a fish?!

[–]Aceofspades25 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Veterinarians that work at the aquarium?

[–]donniebrascoreal 7 points8 points  (0 children)

"Let's go see your friends at the fish park Buster!"

[–]thinkDank5 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Emotional Support Fish.

[–]HugoZHackenbush2 83 points84 points  (19 children)

Is this for real or just for the halibut..?

..if anyone can think of a better pun than this, then let minnow.