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4th Apr '16 1:50:19 PM Snicka
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Interestingly, in Judaism pigs are actually a symbol of ''{{hypocri|te}}sy'': they are said in Literature/TheTalmud to be the only animals with cloven hooves that don’t ruminate[[note]]Not true: okapis fit this description as well[[/note]], so a pig displays its hooves and claim to be pure while not so[[note]]Mammals need to have cloven hooves and ruminate to be kosher; you can read more about it [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} here]][[/note]]. However, due to a more global version of EaglelandOsmosis, this trope is very well-known among Jews, to the point that ''khazirút''[[note]]חזירות[[/note]] (lit. ‘swinery’) is essentially Modern Hebrew for ‘avarice’.

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Interestingly, in Judaism pigs are actually a symbol of ''{{hypocri|te}}sy'': they are said in Literature/TheTalmud to be the only animals with cloven hooves that don’t ruminate[[note]]Not true: okapis fit this description as well[[/note]], well; but they haven't been discovered when the Talmud was written[[/note]], so a pig displays its hooves and claim to be pure while not so[[note]]Mammals need to have cloven hooves and ruminate to be kosher; you can read more about it [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} here]][[/note]]. However, due to a more global version of EaglelandOsmosis, this trope is very well-known among Jews, to the point that ''khazirút''[[note]]חזירות[[/note]] (lit. ‘swinery’) is essentially Modern Hebrew for ‘avarice’.
4th Mar '16 2:31:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Film/Legend}}''. The pig-like goblin Pox wants to use the unicorn's magical horn to "turn everything into garbage, a great towering mountain of slop" for him to eat.

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* ''{{Film/Legend}}''.''Film/{{Legend 1985}}''. The pig-like goblin Pox wants to use the unicorn's magical horn to "turn everything into garbage, a great towering mountain of slop" for him to eat.
4th Nov '15 6:17:34 AM Willbyr
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Interestingly, in Judaism pigs are actually a symbol of ''[[{{Hypocrite}} hypocrisy]]'': they are said in Literature/TheTalmud to be the only animals with cloven hooves that don’t ruminate[[note]]Not true: okapis fit this description as well[[/note]], so a pig displays its hooves and claim to be pure while not so[[note]]Mammals need to have cloven hooves and ruminate to be kosher; you can read more about it [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} here]][[/note]]. However, due to a more global version of EaglelandOsmosis, this trope is very well-known among Jews, to the point that ''khazirút''[[note]]חזירות[[/note]] (lit. ‘swinery’) is essentially Modern Hebrew for ‘avarice’.

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Interestingly, in Judaism pigs are actually a symbol of ''[[{{Hypocrite}} hypocrisy]]'': ''{{hypocri|te}}sy'': they are said in Literature/TheTalmud to be the only animals with cloven hooves that don’t ruminate[[note]]Not true: okapis fit this description as well[[/note]], so a pig displays its hooves and claim to be pure while not so[[note]]Mammals need to have cloven hooves and ruminate to be kosher; you can read more about it [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} here]][[/note]]. However, due to a more global version of EaglelandOsmosis, this trope is very well-known among Jews, to the point that ''khazirút''[[note]]חזירות[[/note]] (lit. ‘swinery’) is essentially Modern Hebrew for ‘avarice’.‘avarice’.



* In the U.S. Acres shorts on WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends, Orson defies this trope, but his brothers play it straight by stealing food whenever they can.

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* In the U.S. Acres shorts on WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends, ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'', Orson defies this trope, but his brothers play it straight by stealing food whenever they can.


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17th Oct '15 7:40:56 PM nombretomado
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* An early PorkyPig cartoon has him being punished in an IronicHell for stealing a pie by being force fed. Another one shows him going to a hospital, claiming to have eaten too much at a birthday party and gotten a stomach ache; an x-ray of his stomach shows a birthday cake [[RuleOfFunny with candles still lit.]]

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* An early PorkyPig WesternAnimation/PorkyPig cartoon has him being punished in an IronicHell for stealing a pie by being force fed. Another one shows him going to a hospital, claiming to have eaten too much at a birthday party and gotten a stomach ache; an x-ray of his stomach shows a birthday cake [[RuleOfFunny with candles still lit.]]
26th Sep '15 6:09:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* Chihiro's parents in ''SpiritedAway'' turn into pigs after gorging themselves on the spirits' food.

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* Chihiro's parents in ''SpiritedAway'' ''Anime/SpiritedAway'' turn into pigs after gorging themselves on the spirits' food.



* Averted in ''MrsPiggleWiggle''. She has a pig named "Lester," whose sole purpose is to teach children to use their best table manners by setting a good example.

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* Averted in ''MrsPiggleWiggle''.''Literature/MrsPiggleWiggle''. She has a pig named "Lester," whose sole purpose is to teach children to use their best table manners by setting a good example.



* PinkFloyd's "Pigs (Three Different Ones)" follows the gluttonous for power variant from ''Animal Farm''. (the real life targets are thinly veiled, except the third one, which goes straight "Hey you [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Whitehouse Whitehouse]]!")

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* PinkFloyd's Music/PinkFloyd's "Pigs (Three Different Ones)" follows the gluttonous for power variant from ''Animal Farm''. (the real life targets are thinly veiled, except the third one, which goes straight "Hey you [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Whitehouse Whitehouse]]!")
10th Jul '15 3:25:35 PM SvartiKotturinn
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Interestingly, in Judaism pigs are actually a symbol of ''[[{{Hypocrite}} hypocrisy]]'': they are said in Literature/TheTalmud to be the only animals with cloven hooves that don’t ruminate[[note]]Not true: okapis fit this description as well[[/note]], so a pig displays its hooves and claim to be pure while not so[[note]]Mammals need to have cloven hooves and ruminate to be kosher; you can read more about it [[UsefulNotes/Judaism here]][[/note]]. However, due to a more global version of EaglelandOsmosis, this trope is very well-known among Jews, to the point that ''khazirút''[[note]]חזירות[[/note]] (lit. ‘swinery’) is essentially Modern Hebrew for ‘avarice’.

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Interestingly, in Judaism pigs are actually a symbol of ''[[{{Hypocrite}} hypocrisy]]'': they are said in Literature/TheTalmud to be the only animals with cloven hooves that don’t ruminate[[note]]Not true: okapis fit this description as well[[/note]], so a pig displays its hooves and claim to be pure while not so[[note]]Mammals need to have cloven hooves and ruminate to be kosher; you can read more about it [[UsefulNotes/Judaism [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} here]][[/note]]. However, due to a more global version of EaglelandOsmosis, this trope is very well-known among Jews, to the point that ''khazirút''[[note]]חזירות[[/note]] (lit. ‘swinery’) is essentially Modern Hebrew for ‘avarice’.
10th Jul '15 1:40:16 PM SvartiKotturinn
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Interestingly, in Judaism pigs are actually a symbol of ''[[{{Hypocrite}} hypocrisy]]'': they are said in Literature/TheTalmud to be the only animals with cloven hooves that don’t ruminate[[note]]Not true: okapis fit this description as well]], so a pig displays its hooves and claim to be pure while not so. However, due to a more global version of EaglelandOsmosis, this trope is very well-known among Jews, to the point that ''khazirút''[[note]]חזירות[[/note]] (lit. ‘swinery’) is essentially Modern Hebrew for ‘avarice’.

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Interestingly, in Judaism pigs are actually a symbol of ''[[{{Hypocrite}} hypocrisy]]'': they are said in Literature/TheTalmud to be the only animals with cloven hooves that don’t ruminate[[note]]Not true: okapis fit this description as well]], well[[/note]], so a pig displays its hooves and claim to be pure while not so.so[[note]]Mammals need to have cloven hooves and ruminate to be kosher; you can read more about it [[UsefulNotes/Judaism here]][[/note]]. However, due to a more global version of EaglelandOsmosis, this trope is very well-known among Jews, to the point that ''khazirút''[[note]]חזירות[[/note]] (lit. ‘swinery’) is essentially Modern Hebrew for ‘avarice’.
10th Jul '15 1:37:22 PM SvartiKotturinn
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Interestingly, in Judaism pigs are actually a symbol of ''[[{{Hypocrite}} hypocrisy]]'': they are said in Literature/TheTalmud to be the only animals with cloven hooves that don’t ruminate[[note]]Not true: okapis fit this description as well]], so a pig displays its hooves and claim to be pure while not so. However, due to a more global version of EaglelandOsmosis, this trope is very well-known among Jews, to the point that ''khazirút''[[note]]חזירות[[/note]] (lit. ‘swinery’) is essentially Modern Hebrew for ‘avarice’.
15th Jun '15 4:53:14 PM nombretomado
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* ''JourneyToTheWest''. Zhu Bajie is a [[PigMan half man/half pig]] who, among other things, is quite gluttonous.
* In George Orwell's ''AnimalFarm'' the first thing the pigs do when they seize power is keep the milk and apples for themselves. They are also prone to alcoholism and Squealer becomes enormously fat by the end of the book.

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* ''JourneyToTheWest''.''Literature/JourneyToTheWest''. Zhu Bajie is a [[PigMan half man/half pig]] who, among other things, is quite gluttonous.
* In George Orwell's ''AnimalFarm'' ''Literature/AnimalFarm'' the first thing the pigs do when they seize power is keep the milk and apples for themselves. They are also prone to alcoholism and Squealer becomes enormously fat by the end of the book.
7th Apr '15 11:20:42 AM Discar
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* Hawk from Manga/NanatsuNoTaizai prides himself as this as he is the one in charge of cleaning leftovers.

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* Hawk from Manga/NanatsuNoTaizai ''Manga/TheSevenDeadlySins'' prides himself as this as he is the one in charge of cleaning leftovers.
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