11/20/2005 8:30pm, #1
Has anyone tried feeding animals with steroids...?
Just imagine putting a Gorilla on steroids. They would probably be able to throw cars :car7:
11/20/2005 8:54pm, #2
When these thoughts cross your mind. Pause for a moment. Walk away from the keyboard and come back later. Preferably to read. Not to post.
11/20/2005 9:00pm, #3
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Learn to keep your hands up RogueSamurai, clearly you've been hit in the head one time too many.
11/20/2005 9:19pm, #4
At the risk of stating the obvious, I believe the steroid that Ben Johnson was caught using at the Seoul Olympics was originally a veterinary steroid.
So yes. Of course.Jesus loves you. I think you're an asshole.
11/20/2005 9:20pm, #5
This is why you tap to chokes.
11/20/2005 9:36pm, #6
I once fed my sister's bichon frise/shi-tzu cross some steroids and put him on a killer regimen of running jumping and biting legs. He is now my ninja attack dog (ninja, in that he is diguised as a cute, furry and harmless creature). Should I buy him a little ninja suit?"Prison is for rapists, thieves and murderers. If you lock someone up for smoking a plant that makes them happy, you're the fucking criminal." - Joe Rogan
El Guapo says dance!
11/21/2005 2:26am, #7
I'm going to catch a LOT of **** for this by all you PETA fags... but in my defense I was 11 and didn't know better.
Anyhow, my cousins and I (when I was 11 <--- remember this because it's CRUCIAL) would raise roosters to fight them. It's a cultural thing and fighting roosters is a step into manhood or something like that (seriously, I'm not joking here). But, I used to feed my rooster a tiny bit of the steroids we had on the ranch that we fed to the cattle and goats. The little guy bulked up some, but he died right quick in the ring. But again I was 11. I didn't know better.
It's bad and it fucks them up, real good.
11/21/2005 12:35pm, #8
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I think Purina makes a feed called Rooster Booster that they market to other countries. Don't know what's in it, though.
I knew (back in the late '80s) a bodybuilder who had previously taken a supplement given to racehorses.
11/21/2005 12:39pm, #9
11/21/2005 12:45pm, #10
Originally Posted by GregW
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Most of the steriods that bodybuilders or any athlete takes are designed for animals. They are the easiest to get.