Now Starting At QB For The Boston Bell Peppers…

Give it up for this pugnacious pig- he’s been tearing up the lettuce league, even without his helmet chinstrap.

“I found this little guy in the depth of the interwebs. Thought he might fit to your website pretty well.” -Meri H. Headline by Smedley.



  1. Queen of Dork says:

    That is SO funny!

    Now. I’m sorry to be so totally and shamelessly off topic here but today, I just really can’t help myself. Because today, my daughter, Princess of Dork…TURNED 18!! YAY!!! 🙂 (my cheeks actually ache from smiling so much).

    Again, sorry, but I’m bursting. Please carry on.

  2. What a cutie!


  4. sabrina rose says:

    Do you refer to your peeg or your human daughter? 🙂 Congratulations! Off to college in the fall, a bittersweet parting!

  5. sabrina rose says:

    What a beautiful guinea pig, such well-defined color separation, and of course a very amusing chapeau that could possibly become dinner, should peegies like peppers (not sure about their fave foods). Really a frame-worthy photograph, clever yet silly!

  6. If it was her peeg, I think she should contact the Guinness Book of Records people.

  7. I’m a Pepper!

  8. I thought the same thing! It’s a great photograph

  9. 260Oakley says:

    Smart piggie has his thinking capiscum on.

  10. lisaLASSIE says:

    Happy birthday, Princess of Dork!!!!!

  11. I have a fleet of wee pups — chihuahuas and maltese-esque. I am making them all chapeaux of peppers today!! (dashes of to Whole Foods …)

  12. The Guinea book of records you mean?

  13. Rachael says:

    Win!!! 🙂

    And Happy Birfday to Princess of Dork!! 18 is a very big deal. 🙂

  14. petless in Puddletown says:

    Me three! Not generally a fan of the peegs, but the color combo, its somber expression and sheer redonkulousness of it struck my funny bone.