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    04-25-2008, 08:31 PM
My pot belly pig....

IM SO MAD...I have a pot belly pig named Sexy. He was a birthday present... And I love him to death. So we can get free veggies at the local store. And the guy said how much a loves pigs and he wanted us to bring him to the store so he can see. Well no problem.

So we bring him to the store he's in the back seat. And the guy comes up and says he's UGLY AS SIN..can you beilive that. And he said he AINT NO SEXY PIG... HORRIBLE! Those are the things he told us. OK so my pig is half way shaved becuase he shed once a year and insted of having it all over my house I shave him. But he is NOT Ugly. I just don't see how anyone can say that after someone went throught all that trouble to bring the pig to him!

Im just sooooo mad who does that! Man! Here are a few pics of my baby...

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    04-25-2008, 08:36 PM
Aw, that was mean. :(
He's very cute to me, I like his name too, hehe!
    04-25-2008, 09:36 PM
Green Broke
AWWW that's horrible!!! That man was def wrong that is a cute pig!
    04-25-2008, 10:19 PM
I have two pot belly pigs Cosmo and Gordie I think you have to have one to love them! Our boys live in the barn they have never been in the house and only once in the car when we picked them up that was fun!
    04-26-2008, 12:42 AM
Thanks guys! I just don't get it he said he loves pigs and wanted to play with them at the fair and stuff then he goes and says something like that...he is a little off if you ask me, you know.

Lacey your pigs are huge! Their sooo cute how old are they? Mine is only about 2yrs. He's really small like a med size dog. I hope he dosent get any bigger. I don't think he will...
    04-26-2008, 01:06 AM
Aww such cute piggies!
    04-26-2008, 09:34 AM
My boys are about 3 we got them 9 months ago they where in our local paper free to good home I was not expectin them to be this big I alwaya thought they where dwarf! As you can see they are not but once I met them they had to come home with us.
So far we have been lucky they are Big boys who havent been "seen to" they havent got to friendly with me but I have been warned they may try. They still have their tusks but they are so soft and friendly its never been a problem. They love pie and anything sweet (i know not good for them but they only get it for a treat) and will lie having their belly rubbed all day. I would not swop them for the world love them ! And I think your guy looks stunning!
    04-26-2008, 11:41 AM
Green Broke
AWW Lacy you got cute piggys to! :)
    04-26-2008, 12:50 PM
Awww... that's weird the breeding I got sexy from they don't get tusks. But I heard they don't stop growing till 4 years I hope that is not true. Pigs will eat anything! Its funny to see them eat ice cream. I don't think you will have any problems with your boys Sexy isnt fixed and he's really sweet. Although he breaks into the house when we are not there and goes all the way up strais after making a big mess downstairs and sleeps in my bed. The only real problem I've had with him is that he will test any new dog try and put them in their place.
    04-26-2008, 01:34 PM
Green Broke
Had a pot belly pig but I was allergic to it. My face like broke out in pimples (weird rite?) then for the day id like go to my friends and they'd disappear! I also got a ferret for my birthday and the same thing happened. It was so weird, but im not allergic to any other animals. The dermatologist was surprised I was allergic to pigs because pig hair is almost like human hair and there very clean. Also im not allergic to dogs horses or cats. Only pigs and ferrets! So weird...

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