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Dog Collar Translates Barks Into Curses (Video)

It sells for $60.




A new dog collar translate’s your pet’s barks into curse words.

The Cuss Collar from MSCHF produces words like bullsh*t and the f-bomb, CNN reports. It goes for $60 but is currently sold out.

The company states that the product isn’t a “shock/vibration/training collar” and that it “is not intended for anti-bark training use.”

The company’s website has details on how to be alerted when the collar is available again.

MSCHF specializes in novelty products, such as sneakers with water from the Jordan River in the soles and a rubber chicken bong.

Watch a news video about the Cuss Collar:

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