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.

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“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.

Comments

  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!

  3. SOOOOO FUNNY!!!!

  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.