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11th Mar '17 6:51:54 PM ilovehirohamada
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Actually, pigs are instinctively clean animals, but their habit of rooting the ground and rolling in whatever moisture is available creates [[CoveredInMud messy results]] in confined spaces. Despite not having that much hair, pigs aren't able to sweat, meaning that they have to roll around in cool and damp places frequently to prevent themselves from suffering heatstroke. Also, thanks to their omnivorous instinct to probe and explore everything around them for traces of food, pigs love to make a mess by chewing things to bits and rooting around in the pieces. Rotten wood, sofa cushions, or especially straw are bound to wind up in a million tiny fragments when a pig can get at them. For a human observer, such behavior creates a strong impression of a messy, dirty, unhygienic animal. Similarly, their habit of wallowing in dirt is not without reason - a layer of mud on their bodies helps them keep cool in hot weather. This is particularly important to them because they are unable to sweat.

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Actually, pigs are instinctively clean animals, but their habit of rooting the ground and rolling in whatever moisture is available creates [[CoveredInMud messy results]] in confined spaces. Despite not having that much hair, pigs aren't able to sweat, meaning that they have to roll around in cool and damp places frequently to prevent themselves from suffering heatstroke. Also, thanks to their omnivorous instinct to probe and explore everything around them for traces of food, pigs love to make a mess by chewing things to bits and rooting around in the pieces. Rotten wood, sofa cushions, or especially straw are bound to wind up in a million tiny fragments when a pig can get at them. For a human observer, such behavior creates a strong impression of a messy, dirty, unhygienic animal. Similarly, their habit of wallowing in dirt is not without reason - a layer of mud on their bodies helps them keep cool in hot weather. This is particularly important to them because they are unable to sweat.
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22nd Feb '17 7:40:37 PM Theriocephalus
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Actually, pigs are instinctively clean animals. But their habit of rooting the ground and rolling in whatever moisture is available creates [[CoveredInMud messy results]] in confined spaces. Despite not having that much hair, pigs aren't able to sweat, meaning that they have to roll around in cool and damp places frequently to prevent themselves from suffering heatstroke. Also, thanks to their omnivorous instinct to probe and explore everything around them for traces of food, pigs love to make a mess by chewing things to bits and rooting around in the pieces. Rotten wood, sofa cushions, or especially straw are bound to wind up in a million tiny fragments when a pig can get at them. For a human observer, such behavior creates a strong impression of a messy, dirty, unhygienic animal. Similarly, their habit of wallowing in dirt is not without reason - a layer of mud on their bodies helps them keep cool in hot weather. This is particularly important to them because they are unable to sweat.

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Actually, pigs are instinctively clean animals. But animals, but their habit of rooting the ground and rolling in whatever moisture is available creates [[CoveredInMud messy results]] in confined spaces. Despite not having that much hair, pigs aren't able to sweat, meaning that they have to roll around in cool and damp places frequently to prevent themselves from suffering heatstroke. Also, thanks to their omnivorous instinct to probe and explore everything around them for traces of food, pigs love to make a mess by chewing things to bits and rooting around in the pieces. Rotten wood, sofa cushions, or especially straw are bound to wind up in a million tiny fragments when a pig can get at them. For a human observer, such behavior creates a strong impression of a messy, dirty, unhygienic animal. Similarly, their habit of wallowing in dirt is not without reason - a layer of mud on their bodies helps them keep cool in hot weather. This is particularly important to them because they are unable to sweat.
21st Jan '17 1:08:26 AM Luppercus
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* The ''WesternAnimation/ShaunTheSheep'' movie show us how messy the Pigs are when unsupervised once the Farmer is missing and the Pigs took his house. Of course [[spoiiler:when they see the Farmer coming back they have to clean all their mess quickly and HilarityEnsues.]]

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* The ''WesternAnimation/ShaunTheSheep'' movie show us how messy the Pigs are when unsupervised once the Farmer is missing and the Pigs took his house. Of course [[spoiiler:when [[spoiler:when they see the Farmer coming back they have to clean all their mess quickly and HilarityEnsues.]]
21st Jan '17 1:08:04 AM Luppercus
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* The ''WesternAnimation/ShaunTheSheep'' movie show us how messy the Pigs are when unsupervised once the Farmer is missing and the Pigs took his house. Of course [[spoiiler:when they see the Farmer coming back they have to clean all their mess quickly and HilarityEnsues.]]
21st Jan '17 1:06:08 AM Luppercus
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* ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryOJourneys'':

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23rd Nov '16 11:20:17 PM Mhazard
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## This tradition can also be traced back to the Old Testament period of ''Literature/TheBible'', notably the Book of Leviticus, which stated that several animals are considered unclean, including pig. This is averted in New Testament period which all foods are edible and it heavily condemns sects which forbids the consumption of some foods, notably in the Book of Timothy.
9th Oct '16 8:13:38 PM JMQwilleran
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* ''[[https://www.amazon.com/Edward-Gets-Messy-Rita-Meade/dp/1481437771 Edward Gets Messy]]'' is a picture book about a pig named Edward who always does everything he can to keep clean and avoid getting messy or dirty until one day, through no fault of his own, he gets covered in paint and discovers that it isn't the end of the world. After that, he starts doing stuff like participating in sports even if it gets him muddy because he knows he can always clean up at the end of the day by taking a bath.
20th Sep '16 6:50:42 AM GojiBiscuits
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Actually, pigs are instinctively clean animals. But their habit of rooting the ground and rolling in whatever moisture is available creates [[CoveredInMud messy results]] in confined spaces. Also, thanks to their omnivorous instinct to probe and explore everything around them for traces of food, pigs love to make a mess by chewing things to bits and rooting around in the pieces. Rotten wood, sofa cushions, or especially straw are bound to wind up in a million tiny fragments when a pig can get at them. For a human observer, such behavior creates a strong impression of a messy, dirty, unhygienic animal. Similarly, their habit of wallowing in dirt is not without reason - a layer of mud on their bodies helps them keep cool in hot weather. This is particularly important to them because they are unable to sweat.

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Actually, pigs are instinctively clean animals. But their habit of rooting the ground and rolling in whatever moisture is available creates [[CoveredInMud messy results]] in confined spaces. Despite not having that much hair, pigs aren't able to sweat, meaning that they have to roll around in cool and damp places frequently to prevent themselves from suffering heatstroke. Also, thanks to their omnivorous instinct to probe and explore everything around them for traces of food, pigs love to make a mess by chewing things to bits and rooting around in the pieces. Rotten wood, sofa cushions, or especially straw are bound to wind up in a million tiny fragments when a pig can get at them. For a human observer, such behavior creates a strong impression of a messy, dirty, unhygienic animal. Similarly, their habit of wallowing in dirt is not without reason - a layer of mud on their bodies helps them keep cool in hot weather. This is particularly important to them because they are unable to sweat.
18th Jul '16 10:48:01 PM PaulA
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There's also the so-called ''{{Babe}}'' Syndrome: the tendency of city folk who have never seen a live pig in the flesh to think that pigs are cute and pink and make good pets. While pigs are very intelligent and can be trained to do tricks and such, the average barnyard porker isn't particularly cuddly. They can weigh up to a few hundred pounds and occasionally be quite aggressive. However, there are a few breeds bred specifically as pets, such as Pot-Bellied pigs, but these require specialized care that most people cannot meet.

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There's also the so-called ''{{Babe}}'' ''Film/{{Babe}}'' Syndrome: the tendency of city folk who have never seen a live pig in the flesh to think that pigs are cute and pink and make good pets. While pigs are very intelligent and can be trained to do tricks and such, the average barnyard porker isn't particularly cuddly. They can weigh up to a few hundred pounds and occasionally be quite aggressive. However, there There are a few breeds bred specifically as pets, such as Pot-Bellied pigs, but even these require specialized care that most people cannot meet.
28th Jun '16 2:04:04 PM Arachnos
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Actually, pigs are instinctively clean animals. But their habit of rooting the ground and rolling in whatever moisture is available creates [[CoveredInMud messy results]] in confined spaces. Also, thanks to their omnivorous instinct to probe and explore everything around them for traces of food, pigs love to make a mess by chewing things to bits and rooting around in the pieces. Rotten wood, sofa cushions, or especially straw are bound to wind up in a million tiny fragments when a pig can get at them. For a human observer, such behavior creates a strong impression of a messy, dirty, unhygienic animal.

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Actually, pigs are instinctively clean animals. But their habit of rooting the ground and rolling in whatever moisture is available creates [[CoveredInMud messy results]] in confined spaces. Also, thanks to their omnivorous instinct to probe and explore everything around them for traces of food, pigs love to make a mess by chewing things to bits and rooting around in the pieces. Rotten wood, sofa cushions, or especially straw are bound to wind up in a million tiny fragments when a pig can get at them. For a human observer, such behavior creates a strong impression of a messy, dirty, unhygienic animal.
animal. Similarly, their habit of wallowing in dirt is not without reason - a layer of mud on their bodies helps them keep cool in hot weather. This is particularly important to them because they are unable to sweat.
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