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Joe is sporting his new full body slinky....
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    Full Body Slinky

    Joe is sporting his new full body slinky.
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    lol thats adorable! We have something like that, but they are fleece and called Snugglies or something. We have had body slinkies before, but never with the head and neck too, we always had them as two seperate pieces....would you tell me how you like them in awhile??
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    Ooohhhh you managed to take a pic of the rare purple zebra! Be careful.. these purple zebras are known for being very demanding.. they requires, lots of hugz and kisses!
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    Oh my SNOW!! We are dealing with a lot of rain right now, it stinks, but your horse looks adorable!!

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    Haha- that's so cute! I never saw the full body ones. People at my barn always use just the shoulder guards. I heard of the full head and neck ones, too though. I love the design on that one, very cute.

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    Ahh.. that thing is AWESOME!!
    And man a life Joe looks good in anything
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    Awww, so cute. That thing must be a PAIN to get on though! I have a hard enough time with regular slinkies.... :P


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    OH MY GOSH that is bright!! I think I'm blind. LOL You don't have to worry about losing your horse, maybe being a becan for aliens though.
    Yeah, I guess you were riding, until you fell off.


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    Joe looks great! Love the colors

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    It's really easy to get on. There is a zipper under the chin that goes down the neck on the underside. You just lay the sleezy on and zip it up, do up the leg straps and that is it. Really it's easier to put on that a regular slinky.
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