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   xoxoxoBruce  Friday Oct 9 02:26 AM

Oct 9, 2009: Micro Bacon

These Micro Pigs being, oh-so-cute, have been all over the net this week.
Well I'm just incensed, how dare they! This in the Cellar, and all your pigs belong to us.
We have tradition to uphold, territory to defend, precedence up the ying yang.

With their wrinkled little snouts, tiny trotters and oversized ears, they are irresistibly cute. But while these micro pigs may be minuscule, their price tag is anything but. In exchange for up to 700, owners take home a pet which weighs just 9oz at birth and is the size of a tea cup.
Two years later the pigs are fully grown - but still only weigh up to 65lb and stand at around 14in tall.

Now having claimed ownership of all things piggy cute, I've made arrangements with the law, to protect our drove of pigs.


ZenGum  Friday Oct 9 03:34 AM

That cat is clearly thinking "This comes from your side of the family, George!"

JuancoRocks  Friday Oct 9 04:20 AM

Snacks on the hoove........

Now and later.......

Antimatter  Friday Oct 9 06:18 AM

I completely fail to see the idea in breeding pigs that produce only minuscule amounts of bacon

capnhowdy  Friday Oct 9 08:10 AM

They'll most likely be benched on race day too. I say we go ahead and eat the little bastards while they're exceptionally young and tender.

....starts scrounging for firewood........

Griff  Friday Oct 9 08:38 AM

They' fit nicely inside a roast duck.

spudcon  Friday Oct 9 08:58 AM

Wouldn't their cooked nostrils go well as a replacement for an olive in a martini?

dar512  Friday Oct 9 10:08 AM

Originally Posted by Griff View Post
They' fit nicely inside a roast duck.

newtimer  Friday Oct 9 12:00 PM

A haiku in honor of the minipigs:

Herd of mini swine.
Convenient kebab size
In my crisper drawer.

blueboy56  Friday Oct 9 01:25 PM

Would that be SPAMINI, SPUMONI or Ragatiny?

TheDaVinciChode  Friday Oct 9 01:50 PM

The perfect bacon compliment to this:

(See post "10," from that link, for details!)


Queen of the Ryche  Friday Oct 9 03:49 PM

Can I have the skin for gloves when y'all are done eatin' em? (Inside out - fur for warmth, leather for ruggedness...)

Warren Peas  Friday Oct 9 06:57 PM

The unspoken question. Do you eat them all at once?

monster  Friday Oct 9 11:18 PM

They're all spotty. RUN! it's SWINE FLU!

wolf  Friday Oct 9 11:35 PM

That there's a good start on a portable BLT. What a business opportunity. Puts me in mind of the Apartment Cows we wanted to breed in college. Just big enough for a cheese steak, you see.

A 65 pound, full grown pig is still a full grown pig.

There will be as much regret for purchasing one of these mutants as there was for those cute, little pot-bellied pigs that turned into 200+ pound hogs that menaced their owners and the surrounding community.

They are not all "Some Pig."

xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Oct 10 01:38 AM

Originally Posted by Queen of the Ryche View Post
Can I have the skin for gloves when y'all are done eatin' em? (Inside out - fur for warmth, leather for ruggedness...)
No fur on pigs, they have hair, like people... some people.

wolf  Saturday Oct 10 08:31 AM

Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce View Post
No fur on pigs, they have hair, like people... some people.
Bruce, you've got hair on your chinny-chin-chin ...

ZenGum  Saturday Oct 10 06:19 PM

Ya know "chin-chin" is Japanese for "willy", don't you?

monster  Saturday Oct 10 06:50 PM

Free Chin-Chin!

ZenGum  Saturday Oct 10 07:36 PM

Tell Sheldon.

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