(Original post by mandem2k11)
swear people keep goldfish in them little bowls?
and legit as in would there be anything obviously massive to prevent this
Some people do keep them in Goldfish bowls. They usually die before they can outgrow it because of the bad water conditions from not having a filter. If you look after them well they can live for years and grow really big.
Even if there are no laws preventing you from having a dashboard fish tank, I would advise against it. I think you'd be subjecting the fish to a miserable and short life, but thats just my opinion.
You could put the fish into the tank only when you're driving, so it won't freeze when it's cold. The engine should keep the water warm and the water should help cool your car, so that's no problem. The only potential issue I can see is if you get hit by a truck the fish might get scared and die.
(Original post by Kevmeister)
If its a goldfish then a filter system is not needed.
Even though this is a troll thread, how would you ensure water didn't splash out onto wiring and potentially cause a fire? [worst case scenario]
You shouldn't need a fishbowl in your damn car to be able to start a conversation, tbh.
wrong wrong wrong wrong, every fish needs a filter, and gold fish should be kept in a pond, seriously they get upto and sometimes longer than 3 feet, theyre an extremely messy active fish that really isnt suitable for tanks
I would think the rocking/driving over bumps in the car would eventually cause the tank to crack or damage the seals which would result in water flooding your car.
Why not just fill your car with furby's instead? have an army of them taking up your back seats, or maybe seatbelt a blow-up doll in your passenger seat? (I had a blow up sheep in my passenger seat for months after I received it as a present) much easier to take care of and don't require food like fish do.
I've got a better idea.
Why not install a little tank of petrol under the radio?
To mask the smell, you could light scented candles on the dashboard.
Then take all your moronic mates who appreciate the swag of goldfish in a car for a little drive.