The gay boar


#1

Any ideas to ensure Rex has enough pigs to make Tom’s sausages?


#2

Hannah to parade in front of whatever the creature’s name is (Basil? or am I going mad?) in stockings, suspenders, and a sow mask? Although that last might be supererogatory


#3

Errrr

Hannah might be the wrong species to entice the flaccid porker

Only might - there is no certainty about this idea…


#4

Summerisle Agricultural Consultancy?


#5

Might I observe that your thread title is homophonic in the extreme. I thought you meant Adam. Or Ian.


#6

I thought it an apt description of the reluctant beast

(If the reader thinks of the newest parents in the village that is their own mucky homophobic minds at work!)


#7

HomophoNic, dere, not -Bic.

And only one of the two is a parent or ever will be


#8

Aaaaw give me some leeway for being blind darling one…


#9

Hence the ridiculously large letters in me clarification, dahlink.

I’m not homophobic, me, but Adam and Ian give buggery a bad name, imo.


#10

Well on That we agree m’dear!


#11

I try very hard not to.


#12

Or at least save it until you’ve eaten something bad and want to get rid of it.


#13

Maybe that’s what they’re for? The prod team put them in as a safety measure because they’re under the impression the listeners will swallow anything.


#14

I’m somewhat confuserated by the singularity of the title; I thought that Moody&Broody were the only gay bores in the village? …er, thassorl…


#15

…when I was growing up back in the 1950s in Deb’n, Glorious Deb’n, there was an urban legend (…or plain old volk-lore) that watching two porkers getting it on and copulating was an incredible turn-on (…apparently :face_with_raised_eyebrow:), so as I was listening to tonight’s episode, the thought crossed my mind that perhaps if PoopSquit & Vex were to perform in front of Basil (…I couldn’t help but think Basil Fawlty) :grimacing:


#16

Just - ewwwww.


#17

Aaaah us country types need to get our fun somewhere and watching pigs counts as such


#18

urrrk. Disappointed in you, Twellsy


#19

I am reminded of when McDonald’s opened a branch just outside Royston. “At last,” said the local parents, “somewhere to take the kids”. Er. Right…


#20

Dahlink Gus

Watching pigs race is the highlight of our local festival

Little piggies in racing silks galloping round a course laid out on the local GAA field

Anyone who plays GAA football or hurling can cope with pig output on the pitch