This is what you get for a week long stretch of good behavior
(and a back to school gift) if you live in my house:
|If you're good, and you live here, you could have this too.|
The downside about being a pet goldfish is that you have to live in a fishbowl. And I can't be positive, but I'm not sure there's an upside. That being the case, why does fish bowl decor have to be so depressing? Plastic skulls, wrecked ships, ancient ruins...and fish gravel that looks like crayon shavings -- no, thank you.
|There's no place like home, unless you're a pet goldfish.|
Choices for fishbowl decor are quite limited.
|Put your fish to work? Who wants to live in their office?|
|Or worse, in their bathroom?|
*(If you're a practical person, please read no further. The following requires a suspension of all rational thought.)* Here it is: pet stores should start selling some quality miniature furniture for fish bowls, à la the following:
|A whole line of miniature moderns to make your fishbowl stylish.|