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RE: Dwarfs?

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Posted by: HappyHillbilly at Wed Sep 1 08:20:24 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by HappyHillbilly ]  
   

Depends on which you like better - retics or burms. A super dwarf retic isn't a substitute for a full-size burm. Nor is a dwarf burm a substitute for a full-size retic. (Don't roll your eyes. Ha! Ha! I just had to say that for clarification to anyone/everyone reading this.)

Let me put it this way: In my experience, a super dwarf retic's behavior/disposition is closer to a full-size retic than a dwarf burm's behavior/disposition is to a full-size burm. Not a whole lot closer, but some.

Take care!
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