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Submersible flailing oxygenating tube men

does this smell fishy to you?
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Miniature inflatable flailing tube men for your fish-tank made from the finest silk... or cheap plastic, it really just depends on your budget and aquarium size, powered by diffusers in their bases.
The movements should be very similar to their air powered counterparts although a bit more slow-motion-y.

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       Make them look like scuba divers flailing around with a harpoon to keep your fish on their toes (fins?)
AusCan531, Sep 02 2015
  

       This is probably the best Submersible flailing oxygenating tube men idea I have seen. Ever. Or at least it's in my top two.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 03 2015
  

       ^ If it's on the top you probably need more ballast weight.
AusCan531, Sep 03 2015
  

       This is clever. I would so love to see somebody actually put one of their HB ideas on the market. This would be easy.
doctorremulac3, Sep 05 2015
  

       Great visual. +
blissmiss, Sep 05 2015
  

       Some of the tube men could have tube dogs too, and there could also be tube cats. Perhaps tube giraffes, though not too many of those.
Ian Tindale, Sep 05 2015
  

       A tube elephant should work pretty well.
lurch, Sep 05 2015
  

       Alas, (hey I finally got to use the word alas... twice now), I sold my aquarium.   

       Isn't it funny how these notions always pop into your head just after you can't play with them anymore?   

       What's with that anyway? It's like a rule or something tied to longing.
hmmmmm........
  
      
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