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post #1 of 32 Old 03-31-2010, 10:03 PM Thread Starter
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Ever Heard of Neuticles? Make your gelding a stud-a-like!*mature*

There is this.........interesting product called Neuticles.
Apparently they make people feel better about having their pets nuetered because they still have the studly look. They come for horses, cats, dogs, and apparently......bulls. O.o

Anyway, last night, on a very interesting thread that got off topic. me and my fellow Boobicle members came up with Boobicles and Uddericles. I am Queen Boobicle. charlicata is Princess Boobicle.Honeysuga is
Lady Boobicle l ,PaintsPWN is Lady Boobicle ll, and Indyhorse is Lady Boobicle lll . It is out group for fun,lol.

Anyway, because we had SO much fun on Neuticle Night *coughcough*(last night), me and my Royal Followers have decided to post a thread on your opinions on Neuticles and our spin-offs. Here is some phtoshoped pictures gladly made by PaintsPWN.
Neuticles and Boobicles:

Uddericles are just udder implants, lol.
Anyone want some popsicles? (couldn't help myself there,lol XD)

BTW, have a look at mine and my royal followers' signatures!

This is not meant to be totally inappropriate, and we are all horse people, so it kinda works, lol!
This is meant to be fun and.....interesting, so NO VIOLENCE! :)
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post #2 of 32 Old 03-31-2010, 10:32 PM
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I think this is purely a product of over humanizing animals. They don't give a poop that their nutters are gone. I am surprised they don't try to chew the things off, and honestly, call me immature if you like, I think animals look more aesthetically pleasing to me w/o their danglies... Hiro had his cut off and has never seemd to care one little bit, the same with Tomahawk and every other male animal I have owned...

Some people are just weird...

Ω Horses are a projection of peoples dreams Ω
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OMG THIS IS HILARIOUS!!!! i love how the first picture... is well an actuall stud... and now lol he has BOOBICLES! this sooo made my day!
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I would never do that to my pets. I actually hate the "natural" look, I'd rather them be gone. Whenever I see a non-neutered dog I nudge my fiance and go, "eww babe look, they're huge, eww". So it's probably for the best if they're gone..

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Well.......... wouldn't it be weird at shows? HORSE shows? Example(from other thread) :
** Showing in under 18 class(no studs)
Judge: THAT is NOT a gelding!
Person: Yes it is!
Judge: It looks like a stud to me!
Person: They're fake!
Judge: Define fake....
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That i do believe would be so embarassing lol. I love your sig btw lol! too funny
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post #7 of 32 Old 03-31-2010, 11:42 PM
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Hey, hey, hey. Credit where credit is due. I want my propz for starting the neuticles thing, and I'm claiming copyright infringement on the "define fake" joke.

I hope God tells her to smash her computer with a sledgehammer.

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post #8 of 32 Old 03-31-2010, 11:47 PM
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Could I just get a Ohio Mountain Jumping Association Hat please? After the shave my husband gave our Golden Retriever I'm not sure any amount of neuticles could help.
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post #9 of 32 Old 03-31-2010, 11:49 PM
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Originally Posted by AppysForLife View Post
That i do believe would be so embarrassing lol.

Ever hear of the story of George the race horse?

Well George was a well bred racehorse and his owner kept putting him in races but he never won, was always in the rear.

So George's owner come to him and says " George if you don't win tomorrow's race it is off to the vet for surgery for you. No more looking at the ladies for you".

"boss" says George "no problem, I will win".

So the horses are lined up for the race and in the end George is in the rear. So George's owner takes him to the vet and off goes the manhood.

A few weeks later George's owner asks George how he feels and George replies " boss I have no interest in the girls anymore".

So George's owner puts him in the next available race and sits in the stadium to see the result.

The gate opens and there was a huge cloud of dust and legs and bodies and when it all clears up George's owner runs to him and asks what happened.

" boss I was all ready to go and the gate opened and someone yelled THEY ARE OFF, I got so embarrassed that I crossed my legs".
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post #10 of 32 Old 03-31-2010, 11:55 PM
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OMG Spyder! I just died laughing LOL!

I've got a lovely bunch of Neuticals,
There they are all standing in a row

Big ones, small ones, some as big as your head
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