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Ripped dog

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by texas_jack, Jul 13, 2007.

  1. texas_jack

    texas_jack Senior member

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    RJman Posse Member Dubiously Honored

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    "If found please contact B.Bonds, 555-5555..."
     


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    Wow! An American Steroid Terrier!
     


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    Man, that's one beefy dog.
     


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    that whippet will whip your ass.
     


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    I didn't click on this initially, thinking it was going to be some sick drizzt styled torture post. Now I just spewed water up everywhere, and I can't stop laughing! [​IMG]
     


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    texas_jack Senior member

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    Where is drizzt on this thread?
     


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    Bandwagonesque Senior member

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    Where is drizzt on this thread?

    Not enough gore/stupid people involved. And it's not on CNN.
     


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    Brad Senior member

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    WTF did they do to this poor dog?
     


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    WTF did they do to this poor dog?

    Nothing. It's a genetic "defect". Pretty awesome defect if you ask me. [​IMG]
     


  11. JLibourel

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    At first, I thought that was a faked photo, so weird did the dog look!

    I notice in the same article they were talking about a "canine Samson"--a Dane/Newfoundland cross that was 37 inches at the shoulder and 276 pounds. While unquestionably a huge dog, he is far from the record. I believe the record for height is (or was) held by a Great Dane that was 42 or 43 inches at the withers, and the record for weight was an English Mastiff named Zorba that was 345 pounds at his peak. I have seen English Mastiffs in the 260+ pound range, and they are imposing indeed.
     


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    Nothing. It's a genetic "defect". Pretty awesome defect if you ask me. [​IMG]

    Hmm, I should have read the story first.
     


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    A nightmare realized.

    That dog is more ripped than all of styleforum.
     


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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    This happens with newborns (I'll try finding a photo later) but while their muscles look well defined, they're actually hypotonic and weak.

    I wonder what the scientific translation of "double muscled" is.
     


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