I wonder what your dog would say if he could speak human language? Well, a company has released a new kind of collars that might make that possible. “Cuss Collar” is a new product released by MSCHF and it turns Fluffy’s barking into curses.
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The concept is quite simple; every time your dog barks a swear word that goes through the speaker on his collar. The dog collars weigh up to 80 pounds, have three batteries, and cost $ 60 (shipping included). Each patent leather collar features a stainless steel buckle and an inner gasket, so it’s very comfortable for your dog.
Collars are not intended for training purposes and are not anti-barking devices.
Although the products have been sold out, expect to have more products in stock soon. This necklace can make walking in the neighborhood or visiting a dog park a lot more fun!
Do you want “Cuss Collar” for your dog? What swear words do you think your dog would “say” to the new necklace? Give us the scoop in the comments section below.
“We’re not sure, but we firmly believe that if the devil had put Uncle Job to fix a [non-paper] paper in a small town of pica during his younger days, the old gentleman wouldn’t stand it. ”
In desperation, Jimplecute exclaimed:
“D__n Oklahoma. We couldn’t initiate a conversation but the first thing that greeted us was a sensational head, “Oklahoma – The Boomers”. Give us a break and let the fools fight it. ”
But say, brothers, are not the Official I Run On Caffeine Dog Hair And Cuss Words Shirt naughty thing of using difficult words in your posts. —East Texas Journal.
Of course, it is okay. But sometimes we think that if there’s a class of men in the world that should be privileged to “swear” a little bit – it’s journalists. And how come “Mack” that you, who have lived for so long at the Official I Run On Caffeine Dog Hair And Cuss Words Shirt Sabine Pass never learn to say difficult words? Email explosions, stealing signs – and even a reported death threat.
Payson Police arrested a man in Star Valley after he made a threat against Payson Mayor Tom Morrissey when Morrissey appeared on a radio show.
Payson police arrested William Powell on charges of intimidation/intimidation.
J. Oldeschulte’s arrest officer said he went to KMOG radio on July 9 to learn that Powell was believed to have called in to threaten to shoot Morrissey.
Debra Farrell, who co-owns the station with her husband Mike, is “on-call” because there are so many calls that she has to accept, according to the police report.
She reported that Powell called in hopes of speaking to the mayor, but “he cursed a lot.”
When Debra refused to put him on air, Powell went on to “speak badly,” then before hanging up “he said he would ‘want to take the gun and shoot the mayor,'” according to the report.