Wednesday, October 9

Happiness is ...

 


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  1. Very cute, especially the little piglets.

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    1. The piglets were funny - one was trying to tip a tray upside down or at least trying to see what was underneath.

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  2. Look at the smiles on their faces, contented piggies...and the piglets are so cute. We haves some pigs in a field near us.. I love watching the piglets running around getting up to all sorts, they can be so funny.

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    1. They were running about the pen earlier gettng up to whatever mischief they could find, Julie

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  3. the look of bliss on the mothers face and that row of little bottoms - delightful

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    1. Martyn took a bit of video and the piglets little tails were waving about excitedly just like little lambs but less woolly

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  4. Awww, so cute. I have such a thing for pigs, I adore them.

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    1. One large pig in the paddock was snoring loudly and a child remarked "That pig sounds like you mummy"

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  5. Lovely photos...I have to admit though when I read the title and then saw the beginning of the photo I expected the full shot to reveal a 'pig in s**t'...lol

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    1. Tanya!!!! Really as if I would post such a thing :)

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  6. Piggies!!! My absolute favourite animal of all time. Happiness is looking at happy pigs! :)

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  7. I was expecting "Pigs in CLOVER"... I hope these pigs are not your pigs, Sue. Just think of the damage they could do on your allotment in just a day or so!

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    1. No definitely not our pigs, Mark

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  8. Awwwww......that smile is wonderful, and those piglets are adorable.xxxx

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    1. It was spoiled soon after when one of the workers crashed something against the pen. Mum's name was Liquorice. Martyn is posting hos video sometime today.

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  9. I love pigs! Any idea what variety these are Sue? (is "variety" the right word for pigs or am I confusing them with veg?!)

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    1. It didn't say Jill. Just that mum was called Liquorice.

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