Word For Wednesday (W4W) #56

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This week’s word is:

Porky-Piggin’

Yes, you read that right!

Our ancient boiler finally gave up on us last week and as a result we  have been living in arctic conditions… indoors. We have no heat and only have hot water thanks to the immersion heater.

The OH has taken to wearing a wooly hat around the house and I can be found under copious layers of fleece and blanket. It ain’t pretty folks.

I noticed that Lily, the Bichon, (AKA The Love Of My Life), was shivering with the cold and it near broke my heart. Both Lily and Poppy, the Cavachon, (AKA The Destroyer), have a very fashionable wardrobe of jumpers and coats. They have been wearing their little outfits all week now and look unbearably cute in them.

The thing is though that they are crotchless outfits…

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Hence the W4W Porky-Piggin’.

Think about it for a minute… let it sink in…

My two dogs have been Porky-Piggin’ it all week.

If you still need help have a look at this ridiculously funny SNL clip and see if it helps…

Ciao!

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13 thoughts on “Word For Wednesday (W4W) #56

  1. I’ve heard that before. Porky-piggin’ it (it’s a hyphenate, rather than one word) is to be wearing a shirt and no pants, so that one’s nether regions are exposed. Any time I’m home alone, I’m porky-piggin’ it, just airing my business out.

  2. You poor things. No heat? In March? In Ireland? That must be miserable. You must be stuck under a blanket all day and not want to move. I highly recommend a hotwater bottle under your feet – a total godsend. Not surprised the dogs are shivering.
    Never heard of this phrase before, though I’ve seen it a few times. My step mother was particularly guilty … But in the summer, surely there’s nothing nicer – positively hygeinic, I’d say. Nice phrase and kinda gross too, so top marks!
    Here’s mine – another phrase about bits, actually 🙂
    https://lynnmlovewords.wordpress.com/2016/03/02/w4w-why-a-lady-should-beware-rabbits-and-flattery/

  3. Pingback: Come on, have a big HYGGE | Word Shamble

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