Difference between revisions of "Pig"

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(u can't efer to pig as 'a pig' durrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr)
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Four legged, pinkish mammal, that goes 'oink'.  
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Four legged, pinkish mammal, that goes 'oink'. In [[period]] pumpkin was considered food for pigs.
  
Some cultures had a taboo against eating meat from this animal. 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.
  
A "a magical beast that produces [[bacon]], [[ham]], and [[pork chops]]"
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A "magical beast that produces [[bacon]], [[ham]], and [[pork chops]]".

Revision as of 11:52, 25 September 2003

Four legged, pinkish mammal, that goes 'oink'. In period pumpkin was considered food for pigs.

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

A "magical beast that produces bacon, ham, and pork chops".