Boxers are known for their quick wit and a penchant for fighting, but it’s not uncommon to see a boxer in the middle of the ring with a bag of popcorn, an iPhone or a box of cigars.
They’re a fixture in sports arenas, in restaurants, and in front of their televisions.
Now a new breed of boxers is taking up the mantle of being able to play by the rules.
It’s called automatic litter boxes, or the BOXER BOXER boxers.
It started with a few boxers from Australia who decided to take matters into their own hands.
In December of 2018, the BOXERS boxers launched their own automatic littering box.
The BOXERS boxes have been in the making for a while, and the team at the boxers, the Boxers Boxers Foundation, has been working tirelessly on the technology for the last year.
They’ve been working on their system for more than a year.
But in the end, it took all the patience and hard work of a small group of boxer boxers to bring it to life.
“There’s no one who can match the patience, passion and determination that we all have to make sure that BOXERS BOXERS is the first and only litter box that you can buy on your own doorstep,” said boxers boxing champion and champion of the world, James Devereaux.
Boxers boxer Devereux (left) with the BOXING BOXERS automatic litterbox.
“It’s not about how much money we make,” he said.
It all starts with one of us being in the ring and making a mistake. “
Boxers have always been passionate about littering and litter boxes are a big part of that.
It all starts with one of us being in the ring and making a mistake.
That’s what we’re here for.”
The BOXERBOXER BOXERS Foundation, the boxer’s boxing organization, has had a long road to get to where they are today.
In 2013, the team began their project with just four boxers and three boxers boxes.
They have since grown to more than 50 members and they’re working on developing the system and improving their technology.
“We have a team of volunteers who have come and worked on it and we’ve got an army of volunteers all over the world working with us,” said Devereau.
“At the moment, we’ve had a total of 16,000 boxes on our doorstep.”
The technology is still in its infancy, but boxers are able to do what they do best, fight with their boxers friends.
The boxer boxes are currently available in four states: Arizona, Florida, Nevada and New Mexico.
“The BOXERboxers boxes can be bought at Wal-Mart, Target, Best Buy, BestBuy.com and Home Depot,” said Boxers boxing promoter, Scott Ebel.
“That’s just a fact.
It costs about $100 to buy a box, and we can also sell them on eBay for $25 to $30.”
It takes about four minutes to get your boxer littering boxes to your doorstep, but the cost is minimal.
In addition to the boxes, the boxes have a small littering basket that you place in the bottom of your boxers home.
The basket is used to collect trash and recyclables.
“When you’re not out there in the yard, you’re going to have a little bit of litter on the bottom, so you can get rid of the garbage that’s already there,” said Ebel, who has been able to sell his BOXERS Boxers boxes at Walmart and Best Buy.
“Once you’ve got the box on your doorstep it’s really simple to keep it tidy and clean.”
The box is connected to your phone and can be controlled remotely by the box owners friends, family or other boxers in the vicinity.
Once you’ve put the boxes in your home, you can then control the littering.
BOXERSBOXERS Foundation CEO James Deveau said he believes it’s a technology that’s “really going to change the lives of boxists across the world.”
Devereaut’s boxes are already used in more than 200 countries around the world.
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