Seriously, that is all I ever talk about.
When you get a friend request on Facebook?
Pig poop discussions are HAPPY occasions!
You are probably the landlord for the local pig wallow (with ZERO chance of filling it in anytime soon)
You incorporate pigs in everyday conversations that have NOTHING to do with pigs, at work, grocery stores, PTA meetings, etc.
If this isn't already on your car, you're waiting for it to arrive.
This is a real conversation you have with someone via text.
You have at least one pig themed item in your house. (But the odds are, you have way more than one.)
When your friends celebrate "Snout Sunday" too.
You realize that you are likely late with a meal when your dining room has been "poltergeised". (That is what we call the mysterious movement of chairs at my house)
Muddy hoof prints are normal.
You buy throw rugs a "few" at a time because they all end up looking like this.
You have that one special place you go for answers.... (lol)
This is your idea of a dream vacation....more pig stuff that you want to see!
You totally want to take a ride on this....
You have the natural ability to see a pig in just about everything. (You're not crazy, this does look like a pig!!)
You take off work because your pig is sick.
Your phone has more pictures of pigs than anything else. Yeah, they're not even your pigs....
You do have the pajamas, socks, shirts, flip flops, underwear, shorts and bedsheets that all feature a pig on them.
Yes, your pig does have birthday parties..and yes other pigs are invited and do attend the festivities!
But guess what?!? YOU are definitely NOT alone! There are plenty of crazy pig people out there! Be proud to be a responsible pig parent. That is not something that should be mocked, but instead it should be admired.
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