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“We have already developed a range of decorative accessories, such as the oink-oink stool, the golden black-pudding lamp and the leg-of-ham trolley.”
“You can cut these sugar cookies into any shape you choose, but in our house, we choose to cut them into the shape of an oink-oink pig, she says.”
“I do think most Americans are getting very tired of the wink-wink, oink-oink style of governing they are seeing.”
“Evaporate into the thin night air of your backwater cruising alleyways where you probably have to pay people to be your friend instead of the other way around. oink-oink little piggy.”
“While the sound of the pig in English is oink-oink, the sound in Japanese is something like bu-bu.”
“But you will not silence me from exposing the liberal moonbat left of which you are obvioulsy a proud member. oink-oink”
“Honestly, Chiffon, do I need to get one of those oink-oink alarms to attach to your refrigerator?”
“It is a long five-hour plus drive off I-90 to get to this oink-oink of a named lake in Eastern Washington that is always one of top ice fishing producer.”
“Or maybe it was the Hogettes in their piggy noses and HAWT oink-oink grunting.”
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