I’m not accusing these animals of shooting steroids willingly (15 photos)

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  • thursdaymofo

    First. Kill your self.

    • http://www.facebook.com/scarletwolf Scarlet-Wolf Ferrari Night-Rider

      *yourself. Fuckwit

  • topher

    #3 That lady is dead.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=15100627 Benjamin Dennison

    Was really hoping you'd slip in Barry Bonds on this one Chive

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=617461769 Kjell King

    That is just sad.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=15100627 Benjamin Dennison

    Good, I feel like I might have a fighting chance if he attacked me

  • Jimmy

    same thing with the cows and horses, these are all genetic muscle disorders, not Steroids.

    • hamster huey

      wrong. Some of the cows are selective breeding.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=577831174 James Sipthorpe

    All of the cows are a breed known as the Belgian Blue variety, humans have selectively bred them to increase their muscle mass thus increase the yields and profit from each cow. It's not ethical, we shouldn't compromise the welfare of animals for human use.

    • the real d. nozzle

      stfu hippie.

    • The Dude

      "we shouldn't compromise the welfare of animals for human use"

      Pretty sure raising and butchering animals for consumption compromises the welfare of animals

      So you are saying everyone should be vegetarians? Chickens are breed to increase the meat they produce, Cows eat grain and not their natural diet, pretty much everything we eat is modified even the seeds to grow corn (corn by the way was genetically modified so that we could eat it was just a useless plant in Mexico until we domesticated it)

    • Orlandu

      What about those dogs and/or cats you've ever had. They've been selectively bred for thousands of years, and yet what does every damn tree hugger on the planet like yourself have riding in their purse? A useless pocket pet that should be just as unethical to you as the selective breeding you're currently railing against.

    • akasam

      mum burgers

    • kitkat49601

      I agree with you, James. The bull in #10 looks downright uncomfortable…

    • Tim D.

      James, what if genetically modifying these cows eliminated hunger throughout the world. Would it be ethical to just let millions die from hunger without trying to help them?

  • Nora

    They all look freakish, except #2, which is just a standard Draft breed.

    • Black6dog

      Yeah Chive, get your facts right! Its a damn Clydesdale, they all look monstrous!

      • Guz

        Think it's an Irish Draft actually. 1 is shopped, It's all out of proportion and the quarters are much higher than the withers.

  • mat

    whatttt no cats?!?!!!??!!

  • Adam

    The cows are all Belgian Blues, it's likely that none of those are on steroids. They have been selectively bred for years to get that kind of animal, just like you would breed a pedigree dog.

    14 is Greg Valentino, notorious in bodybuilding circles for injecting synthol into his arms and completely messing them up. This includes getting a bad infection from an injection site that he tried to lance himself which put him in hospital and resulted in a now flat top to his right bicep:
    http://surgeries.justsickshit.com/wp-content/uplo

    Amusing. There are also many other idiots who abuse synthol with more hilarious results. Might even be worth a gallery…

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1390263740 Eugene Chang

      Good post

    • Da Sandman

      Exactly, they are born with a natural myostatine deficiency ( = a hormone that halts muscle growth), so they have excessive mucle growth… that's why we, belgians, eat awesome steaks =)

  • L00kAroundSome1

    Jesus, Carrottop. Put some fucking pants on! No one wants to see that.

    • The Dude

      Speaking of which did anyone happen to see the tosh show where he lathered up carrot top. Very disturbing

  • jeff

    why is carrot top naked and working out

    • hossmank

      I was wondering the same thing…

  • mipo2010

    I would pay to see carrot top get attacked by some of these animals

  • JMG

    Been a while since I commented, probably since the old rollercoster photos, but I'd thought I'd give a little info on this. I know for sure that the Bulls, which are bred that way, have a genetic mutation in the myostatin gene, or growth differentiation factor 8. This protein stops the differentiation and growth of muscle cells. I would have to assume that the horses and dogs have the same thing.

  • Fluffyhairded

    it is legal to give racehorses steroids… the only thing that is an absolute no no is pain meds to keep them from showing injury or lameness.

  • Gandalf..

    15's a gal right??

  • Finster

    My balls look like #4 but my penis is not to scale

  • Lisa_Martin

    LEO you are evil and are gonna go to hell for posting that Carrottop pic without a warning first!!! It's WRONG. LOL Sicko. Sick sick sick. 😛

  • What What

    They have a Myostatin Deficiency

  • thetech2

    I I I cant even comment

  • BloodScrubber

    Some things just cannot be UN-seen……dam. Gotta poke my minds eye out now.

  • Alex

    Yeah 2 is the only one on here that is normal, that's just a draft horse.

  • omnomnomnom

    come at me bro

    • Matt

      *cumming* at you 8===D—

  • http://www.facebook.com/dewaldjohan.olivier Dewald Olivier

    THE DOG WAS NOT TAKING STEROIDS.IT ACTUALLY HAS A MUSCLE DISORDER.

  • Bob

    Isn't this called 'Animal Abuse' or at the very least 'Useless sack of S&@^ owner that should be put to sleep'?

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