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I watched Gordon Ramsay fattened up his swine with beer the other day. Those pigs are meant to be slaughtered. However, I missed the slaughtering part. I wonder what did Gordon Ramsay tell his daughters when he killed those piggies?
Today, another cook show, Down the river or something featured two piglets as well. It is a lovely cook show with a lot of nice countryside, nature’s bounty and poultry. And this guy again, reared two piglets with the intention of cutting up the pigs for foods. * sobs *
Piglets and even pigs are such adorable creature. Roundish, pinkish and those snouts are terribly cute. It is a pity that pigs have such bad reputation in the Christian Bible and especially in Islam. In the Christian Bible, Jesus commanded a group of demons to leave a man’s body and those demons ran into a herd of pigs and those pigs ran off the cliff.
I wonder why they assigned such horrible endings to pigs which are such sweet and innocent looking animals? It is too bad that in our country it is illegal (am I right?) to rear pigs as pets. Give me a pig over a dog or cat anytime. So, so cute.
If I can have a pig as pet, I will stop eating all those yummy pork dishes already. The above is a bowl of Japanese ramen with some lovely fatty pork that has been cooked and sliced thinly.
So, anyone knows if I can rear a pig as pet? LOLPosted by lilian on March 29th, 2008 under Pork