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My First Field Dressing Plush Stuffed Deer

Venison, anyone?
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This stuffed plush toy deer is designed to split between the breastbone and hindquarters. Its reproductive organs are removable, as is its rack. Upon opening, a timer commences which notifies which bits of meat are spoiled by the time taken during dressing and amount of bacteria present. Inside, realistic-looking bags of warm, squishy entrails can be removed and replaced at will. The outer skin can be removed and reapplied. Watch out for the undesireable bits!
RayfordSteele, May 02 2011

Hello Kitty version http://www.kittyhel...rnal-organs-figure/
ok, it's not plush [not_morrison_rm, May 02 2011]

Skinning a deer using a golf ball http://thedeliberat...y-to-skin-deer.html
Don't look if you don't like looking at such things...(edit) No, really don't look. [blissmiss] did and she'll never be the same again. [normzone, May 02 2011, last modified May 03 2011]

I think the two would go great as a set Lil_92_20Sapper_92s...ydough_20Playset_2e
[MikeD, May 03 2011]

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       Golf ball and pickup truck accessories sold seperately, batteries not included.
normzone, May 02 2011
  

       Life size.
pocmloc, May 02 2011
  

       ~ick~
blissmiss, May 02 2011
  

       oh no, another night's sleep disrupted. <strokes bambi>
po, May 02 2011
  

       That's just so sicko, [normzone], so sickooooooo...
blissmiss, May 02 2011
  

       No, it's just kind of gross yet very practical. Now if only there were an analog for cleaning fish.
normzone, May 02 2011
  

       I should qualify this in the statement that I've never been hunting and would probably not enjoy it.
RayfordSteele, May 03 2011
  

       Yes. A vital skill that must be passed down to future generations. [+]   

       Might I suggest <link> as well.
MikeD, May 03 2011
  

       I must have missed the connection. You can clean deer with explosives?
normzone, May 03 2011
  

       Children need to know awesome stuff.
daseva, May 03 2011
  

       [blissmiss], did you ignore my caution? Don't you trust me? Sigh...
normzone, May 03 2011
  

       // You can clean deer with explosives? // Theoretically, yes. Practically, out in the woods, and given variations in anatomy and mass, it would be a little more … challenging.   

       To clarify, removing the unwanted bits from the deer isn't the problem. It's having a useful quantity of the deer left behind afterwards- that's the problem.
8th of 7, May 03 2011
  

       [+] why not! (like the game Operation!) sort of...
xandram, May 03 2011
  

       I was assuming that this was some sort of soft toy made out of bandages.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 03 2011
  

       I don't think I'd be buying this for my own kids in the age that a stuffed animal typically targets.
RayfordSteele, May 03 2011
  

       [normzone], I thought it was some kind of joke. Golf ball and deer...no waaaaaaaaaaaaay...
blissmiss, May 03 2011
  

       The golf ball trick is an old one, but very effective. It's easier if you use a winch for more control, and if you have an air compressor, you can blow air under the skin to make it come away more easily.   

       It's a good idea to cut the head off first after hanging the deer by the hind legs. Then all of the meat is hanging without any fur attached, and can be cut as it hangs. You need two golf balls for this, one for each back leg.
nomocrow, May 04 2011
  

       You could probably skin the deer with explosives, but you'd spoil the meat by cutting the wrong organs.
RayfordSteele, May 04 2011
  

       //It's a good idea to cut the head off first//   

       It's a good idea to kill them first, I would have thought.   

       Anyway, still trying to find a decent graphic of the Blackjack manga stories, you know the routine, renegade doctor doing surgery outside the usual medical profession bit and it's usually got these really detailed diagrams showing the cut-away anatomy...
not_morrison_rm, May 04 2011
  

       Tried 4chan?
rcarty, May 05 2011
  

       No, I'm on 5chan these days, it's the upgrade...
not_morrison_rm, May 07 2011
  

       Okay, I'm a deer hunter and pretty good at skinning/dressing/butchering, and I've gotten a lot of advice and folksy wisdom from the 'old-timers down the store,' and I've never heard of the 'golf ball trick.' Will somebody please educate me?
Alterother, May 07 2011
  

       The "golf ball" method is very similar in concept to commercial hide-pullers, used to skin animals in the abattoir industry.   

       Best to start with the hind legs and pull downwards, toward the head. The beast also drains better that way, reducing problems with blood retention in the meat.
infidel, May 09 2011
  

       BTW, like [MB], I thought this would be a sterile plush toy one could stuff into a shrapnel wound, possibly on a child soldier in some dirty little war in a hidden corner of the world.
infidel, May 09 2011
  

       or a veterinary aid.
FlyingToaster, May 09 2011
  

       Sorry, I always forget to check out the links first. Dunno why. Thanks, [Simpleton].
Alterother, May 09 2011
  
      
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