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- n. A pig: an animal of the genus Sus.
- n. A pig: a fat person.
- n. A pig: a dirty or slovenly person.
- n. An MCP; male chauvinist pig.
- n. A pig: a glutton.
- n. A pig: a police officer.
- n. Someone or something that oinks
But the real 'oinker' was the officer who decided to play Barney Fife.
My sister is the quintessential "oinker" but keeps her weight to a wraithlike 103 pounds.
Officer Friendly may have taken offense to the “oinker” being served in a blue wrapper along with a dunkin donuts coupon.
With this oinker of a “stimulus” bill the libs are showing their true colors.
Needless to say, he is quick to point out that he was the ringmaster, while the barker and oinker on his hands and knees was David Begelman, then head of MGM, who had agreed to produce the movie.
After hearing about this I told my mother, who is the biggest feminist that I know, and she said "This is a three pig oinker and whoever the official at the White House was who told Sonia Sotomayor what she could wear ought to be ran out of the White House, made to squeal like a pig and to apologize to all the women lawyers in America including Ms. Sotomayor."
And maybe what they deserve is a savvy politician - our own Willie Brown, who should know, said Blago was just doing business as usual in the political world of sausage-making where everyone's an oinker at the trough - with a champion's sense of working the media narrative.
The female oinker – dubbed “Miss Pigelette” –is all grown up, weighing between “25 to 29 lbs.”
Call yourself names such as 'you fat pig' or 'oinker.'
Rep. Don Young (R-AK) is a self-proclaimed “little oinker” and aspires to be the “chief porker.”
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