JC And The Second Deadly Sin of Gluttony
This morning I was having a conversation with KC (kept child) about everything Moon Jellyfish and of course she was talking about her beloved son JC and how well he is doing, but appears to be smaller in the morning and how she feeds him twice a day, because he looks at her with those eyes (maybe not eyes) and begs her to feed him.
I informed her JC was a glutton and surely would go down the devils path, unless she avoided the second deadly sin of gluttony.
I tried to tell her that she could feed JC once a day and he would thrive. She explained that the other JC told her she could feed him twice a day, as long as she kept up with the waste (poop).
I told her, “I feed my boys, once a day and they have doubled in size in a month.” She informed me (she is competitive) that she wants JC to double in a week (this is all in fun, people – she isn’t going to turn him into a gluttonous pig).
Apparently KC doesn’t trust me, though, because she informed me she would call JC at Jellyfish Art and confirm with him. HELLO, who do you think told me once a day was perfectly healthy? I totally get it though. Other’s have given me advice and I say “Thank you so much for your valuable advice.” then I hang up the phone and verify it with JC.
I did this when I had questions about my new tank and the guy I broke up with. He would give me advice, even when I asked for it, I would say, “very cool and thank you so much.” and then call JC.
A Plethora of Baby Brine Shrimp
I have deduced that KC thinks bigger is better and more is divine! I am not saying she is a bragger, but she didn’t even have the Artemia Hatchery before me and she produces more Baby Brine Shrimp then I ever have. What is up with that?
Well, apparently her eggs are better than mine and if I want to have Baby Brine Shrimp like hers, well…I should order them from ebay. Which, I might add, I did just that.
Waiting for the eggs to arrive and I supposed I should thank KC for sharing her Baby Brine Shrimp egg secrets with me.
On a side note, KC did not discover this on her very own. She learned about these very healthy eggs from the Jelly Care Club on Facebook.