Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Pig, Pork

Saturday, 23 October 2010

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Happy piggies deliver happy pork, tortured piggies will get you in the end!

UK pork eaters are being warned to avoid the fatty, pumped up with hormones, meat? Three people have died in the UK and many more have fallen ill with the porky transmitted bug, hepatitis E.

At first nutritional experts thought it was due to pork eaters not washing their hands after visiting foreign parts and the toilet.

Now it seems there is a more sinister reason behind the deaths and the spread of the illness.

Piggies being treated like "Unterpiggies" are claiming revenge for all of the horrific things that humans have done to them.

Locking them in tiny cages, pumping them full with chemicals and hormones, slaughtering them on horrific conveyor belt factory process machines, transporting them like Holocaust victims, etc.

Now it seems that piggies are seeking revenge by inflicting this disease upon the human pork eating race.

Pork pies, pork sausages, pork chops, etc, could in the future, not be fit for human consumption and tortured piggies could become a thing of the past according to a spokesman from Vegetarians Ltd, thank God he added!

A spokesman for the piggies. Miss Piggy (who else), gave the following statement:

"happy piggies mean happy pork, tortured piggies mean infected pork, you have been warned and by the way read 'Lord of the flies' then maybe you'll understand!"

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