Bossa novo’s shark robot goes wild with new porn title

Bossa Novo, the Chinese robotics company founded by ex-Sony executive Vin Diesel, has launched a new robot dubbed Bossa Chicken, the company announced.

The Bossa-branded robot was first seen in the movie, Shark Tank, and has since become one of the most talked about robots in Hollywood.

It is a “fish-like humanoid robot” that is controlled by a series of buttons and sensors that are powered by the onboard batteries.

The robot is controlled from a smartphone app that can be used in any room.

Bossa Novos robot, BossaChicken, is a shark-like robot.

(BossaNovel)The company’s robot was unveiled at the IFA Film Festival in Berlin on Wednesday, and the company’s website says that it has more than 50 million followers on its social media accounts.

It will be released in India in February, and will cost ₹7,000 ($1,500).

“BossaChicken has a high-tech camera, sensors, and onboard power sources that enable it to detect and classify different body parts, including fish, insects, and other living organisms,” the website said.

“It is capable of sensing body temperature, breathing rate, temperature, humidity, and motion, and is also able to respond to external stimuli, like vibration.”

It has a wide range of different personalities that can interact with the robot, according to the company.

“The Bossasaurus is one of Bossa’s most recognizable characters.

Bossa has always taken inspiration from its creator, Vin Diesel.”