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Saw some pigs in the National Geographic today

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by , 7th June 2010 at 09:45 PM (626 Views)
It made me want some pigs. Like really bad. Wouldn't it be great to have like five pigs and a giant-ass bed so you could just chill with them?

And then once it's night time you could be like "PIGS!" and they would all come up on the bed and you'd snuggle up with them and feel nice and content. Keep you warm in the winter.



That'd be a pretty cool life.

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  1. Dianna Agron's Avatar
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    I approve...Only because you're not eating them...:D
  2. YoshiSage's Avatar
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    Pigs are underrated as pets. Seriously people, they make as good a pet as a dog. (Maybe that's a stretch, but still pretty close.)
  3. Yoshi-san's Avatar
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    *Inserts Alice In Wonderland reference here*

    (If you watched the movie, you'll get this comment)
  4. $aturn¥oshi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by yoshi12370
    *Inserts Alice In Wonderland reference here*

    (If you watched the movie, you'll get this comment)
    I love a warm pig belly for my aching feet... :)
  5. Casual Cnidarian's Avatar
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    I have 4 pigs.
  6. $aturn¥oshi's Avatar
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    Pigs are delicious.
  7. Casual Cnidarian's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by $aturn¥oshi
    Pigs are delicious.
    Only when cooked properly and not filled with nematodes.
  8. $aturn¥oshi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Region Master!
    Only when cooked properly and not filled with nematodes.
    Well, of course.

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