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  • "I found I was a bit cold-pigged—drained, not dried entirely."
    "Hello! Hi! Hello!" by Diane Williams, in Vicky Swanky Is a Beauty, p 111

    January 1, 2013

  • Things you can buy for under $10.

    April 17, 2009

  • I've heard that javelinas give great cold pig.

    For hot javelina-on-javelina action, just dial 1-900-COLDPIG ($3.98 for the first minute, $1.99 for each subsequent pig).

    For only a fraction extra, to reach action by javelinas who have been fed only the most succulent acorns (bellotas) from the bosky environs of Salamanca, and who speak the most correct Thpanish on the peninsula, dial 1-900-�?BERICO

    April 16, 2009

  • Niiice.
    Sionnach, have you really never had Cold Duck? Well... it's probably for the best.

    April 16, 2009

  • What if you pulled off all the bed clothes and then threw cold pig iron on them?

    April 16, 2009

  • it's the sentence context that does me in. to give cold pig!!

    April 14, 2009

  • Not to be confused with long pig (eating one's fellow man, see soapy) or cold duck, which is apparently a beverage of some kind. Though I have yet to be asked on a United Airlines flight whether or not I have been ducked.

    Maybe if I flew business class.

    Pigs in a blanket = nummy.

    April 13, 2009

  • Perhaps not for the pig, though if he/she warms up as a result, that could be desirable.

    April 13, 2009

  • That would work.

    April 13, 2009

  • I like the idea of pulling off all the bed clothes, and throwing a cold pig on them.

    April 13, 2009

  • "To give cold pig is a punishment inflicted on sluggards who lie too long in bed: it consists in pulling off all the bed clothes from them, and throwing cold water upon them."
    - Francis Grose, 'The Vulgar Tongue'.

    April 13, 2009