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November 21, 2017

Pretty in Pink


Remind me why it’s a bad thing to be called a pig? This little oinker could be your ticket to that parking space right by the door. It’s true.

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7 Responses to “Pretty in Pink”
  1. Ripley in CT says:

    I have to say, being an Animal Science major in college, that a piglet’s nose is the softest, most velvety, perfect surface known to man. And it makes me smile to remember every one I touched on purpose in college. 😉

  2. Zyxomma says:

    It’s Babe!

  3. Mo says:

    Am starting to get addicted to these morning baby critters – they do indeed generate a nice smile with which to start the day!

  4. mike from iowa says:

    Be very thankful you do not live a quarter mile from buildings containing thousands of these cute things.

    • Jeanne Devon says:

      Too much of a good thing? 😉

      • mike from iowa says:

        I’m not sure the word(s) have been coined to adequately describe the olfactory assault. Thanks for asking.

        • AK_South says:

          Got stuck on a winding, 2-lane road behind a large truck hauling said critters. Aaaaiiiieeee!!! Words cannot capture the olfactory experience. But yes, they’re very cute when they’re small….as long as you have no sense of smell. We have raised a few of those cute little pork chops; the babies have to be kept nice and warm, which helps to release and intensify the delicate perfume they exude. 🙂

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