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    Default Oh no! My SCOOBY isn't a boy. HE'S A GIRL!!!!


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    Oh the horror!!!!!


    I wanted a boy!! Today I put "it" in a small plastic container, held it up above me and examined the family jewels. I'm not seeing the tell-tale V-mark of boy junk. I could have sworn I was told it was a boy when I bought it, but I saved the lid from the little dish it came in, and it said SEX: TSM, which I assume NOW means "Too SMall to determine". Oh boy...or uh, urm, girl! Now I have to deal with her being nasty to me once a month, crying for no reason, complaining about getting fat when she won't workout, fishing for unnecessary compliments, constantly taking selfies, etc, etc...

    Now I'm debating whether to rename her...
    Scoobette?
    Scoobilia
    Scoobille?
    Scoobeth?
    Scoobaline?
    Scoobandra?
    Scoobasia?
    Scoobella?
    Scooborah?
    Scoobeen?
    Scoobolyn?
    Scoobel?
    Scoobianne?
    Scoobitha?
    Scoobelina?

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    I'm not giving up hope yet. It still might be a boy. I just found out TSM stands for "temp sexed male"...meaning the temperature was high when his egg was incubating, making him most likely a male. I don't want to stress him out anymore today. I'll have to check him again tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeckoFanboy View Post
    I'm not giving up hope yet. It still might be a boy. I just found out TSM stands for "temp sexed male"...meaning the temperature was high when his egg was incubating, making him most likely a male. I don't want to stress him out anymore today. I'll have to check him again tomorrow.
    Don't panic!

    Keep us posted right on this thread, GeckoFanboy.

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