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Kill the Pig...

May 9, 2009

...spill its blood, slit its throat.

Nothing like starting off with a good, violent line from a classic piece of literature. However, did William Golding know something we didn't, what with this Swine Flu/Hinee thing running amok through the world's population, leaving death and destruction in its wake? I think he did. Kill the pig, indeed. And not just the fat kid with the glasses. Don't look up, tubby.

To that end, I offer you this to try and make it through your day. Enjoy.



I guess we'll all meet over at Mr. Sanders' joint later for some back bacon and mead.

13 comments:

Call Me Cate said...

I love Pooh bear and often get upset when I feel he's been disrespected. But there's no denying that this is full of funny.

I want bacon for breakfast now.

Cora said...

I have never trusted P-P-P-Piglet. He stutters like Q-Q-Q-Quirrel.

Girl Interrupted said...

Hahahaha ... oh! That is beyond awesome!

I bet Tigger would eat Piglet in the blink of an eye, Swine Flu or no

Phat Mama said...

I loved that, enough to scream at Big Daddy to come read it! LOL

Sass said...

Fabulous.

And I just love a good Lord of the Flies reference to start my weekend. I'm actually being serious. When my kids cough, or say they can't play any more because they have to catch their breath, I think to myself, "Sucks to your asmar..."

I know I didn't spell that right, but you've got the point.

And no, my kids don't have asthma.

But a little girl in my daughter's class apparently underwent testing for swine flu.

I'll stop now.

Have a beautiful weekend!!!

Soda and Candy said...

Ahahahaha, I love that.

Cowguy said...

Love this cartoon Jenks. I'm a big believer in more violence in children's books.

Not really, but... what the hell. :-)

Eric said...

lol - Thanks for ruining my sweet childhood memories of Pooh characters (the ones from the Milne books).

Some Guy said...

While we're at it, can we put that miserable mope Eeyore out of his misery?

Lisa-tastrophies said...

Swear to GAWD we just watched Lord of the Flies in my Language Arts class. My TA & I sat in the back and whispered all sorts of bad swine flu joke. It made up for the fact that the kids totally missed the message in the story.

I'm a Piglet fan. Hope he doesn't sneeze.

Sassy Britches said...

Ohhhhh, Pooh-the-fair-weather-friend. I feel so disillusioned.

Nej said...

What does Christopher Robin think of all of this, that's what I want to know.

Fancy Schmancy said...

That's priceless...