26 April 2007

Pig

This little piggy went to market and this little piggy stayed at home. This little piggy had roast beef and this little piggy had none. And this little piggy, this little piggy went down the muddy field and spent forever grunting and snouting around in the muck, looking for acorns. Watch him, he never stops - greedy pig!

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Porky Pig - acorn hunter.

6 comments:

  1. Excellent stuff and highly entertaining!

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  2. If you ever come to this part of the world, you should check out Valentine's Performing Pigs. They've done library presentations, too. These pigs are really smart, and they charge the audience if you make "bacon" jokes.

    Just kidding. But they are smart. They don't work for praise. They hold out for cheddar cheese treats.

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  3. But definitely not as entertaining as hearing that Ipswich scored a late equaliser yesterday to save Hull and send those scummy Leeds down!

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  4. ALKELDA - I am not all surethat farm animals should be made to perform under hot studio lights. They are much happier nuzzling the earth in search of acorns or in the case of gorillas sitting on their backsides stuffing their faces with greenery. Where is your resident gorilla anyway? Has he had a breakdown or something?

    REIDSKI - Thank you! I am on cloud nine now we are staying up. I think the whole football world is delighted that Leeds have been sunk while Hull City have lived to fight another day. I get the feeling that Millwall will be serious League One title contenders next season and of course you will be playing Denis Wise's lads if of course that rich little egomaniac is still with them.

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  5. I'm right here, Puddingface!

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  6. Id be happier if there was anything other than mud for the wee pink porker to snuffle at - but it's obviously revelling in its outdoor life just as it should. All the same, my smart black Berkshires score on the cute front (and I bet they'll taste better too)http://mopsa.blogspot.com/2007/04/reasons-to-be-cheerful-part-3.html

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