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Four legged, pinkish mammal, that goes 'oink'. In [[period]] pumpkin was considered food for pigs.
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A '''pig''' is a pinkish domesticated quadraped of the genus ''sus'' that goes 'oink'. It is commonly [[farm]]ed for [[bacon]], [[ham]], and [[pork]]. Wild pigs ([[boar]]s) also existed in [[Europe]].
   
Some period cultures had a taboo against eating meat from pigs. This is because of the virus and bacteria that pigs can carry.
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Some [[period]] cultures had a taboo against eating [[meat]] from pigs. This is because of the virus and bacteria that pigs can carry.
   
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For complex reasons relating to the tendency for [[food]] at [[event]]s to be limited in volume, making a "pig" a [[monarch]] is generally frowned on, since they then expect to get rapid access to the front of the [[feast]] queue. In some cases, their conversation can also be quite '[[boar|boring]]'.
A "magical beast that produces [[bacon]], [[ham]], and [[pork chops]]".
 
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Latest revision as of 12:59, 28 August 2006

A pig is a pinkish domesticated quadraped of the genus sus that goes 'oink'. It is commonly farmed for bacon, ham, and pork. Wild pigs (boars) also existed in Europe.

Some period cultures had a taboo against eating meat from pigs. This is because of the virus and bacteria that pigs can carry.

For complex reasons relating to the tendency for food at events to be limited in volume, making a "pig" a monarch is generally frowned on, since they then expect to get rapid access to the front of the feast queue. In some cases, their conversation can also be quite 'boring'.