(By the way, about your question pertaining to blood transfusion and tattoos and piercings, I failed to mention that the primary reason why they don’t want us is because of the high incidence/probable history of hepatitis C in our demographic.Â So there you are.Â Thanks for the tat.Â It has become a dope conversation-starter from the NAIA down to our neighborhood grocer here in the US.Â My son loves it, too.Â Till me meet again.Â Maurag ka, Padi!)
Known for its bright colors. The Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens), also known as the betta (particularly in the US) and simply as the fighter, is a popular species of freshwater aquarium fish. The name of the genus is derived from ikan bettah, taken from a local dialect of Thailand. Â The wild ancestors of this fish are native to the rice paddies of Thailand and Cambodia and are called pla-kad or trey krem (“Fighting Fish”) in Thai.Â Females often flare their gills at other females, especially when setting up a pecking order.Â Usually, if multiple male bettas are placed together, they will try to kill each other. However, different bettas have different personalities. Certain individuals are a lot more aggresive than other bettas, and vice-versa.Â Siamese fighting fish will even respond aggressively to their own reflections in a mirror; use of a mirror avoids the risk of physical damage inherent in actual conflict, although it can lead to stress in some individuals.Â They are quite curious and will watch humans going about their business nearby.Â
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U.S. based client gets custom fish tattoo design tattoo done by luigi in morbid tattoo parlor in cash and carry mall makati manilaÂ .Â
I chose this design in general to symbolize my Dad, who is a Piscean.Â The type of fish in particular is a reminderÂ of his strong will and perseverance that he has handed down to me early on in my life.
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