Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Pig Olympics

At least now we know what David Wells was doing after being placed on injured reserve.

Some 12 piglets from seven countries took part in the games, which included pig-racing, pig-swimming and pigball.


Alexei Sharshkov, vice-president of the Sport-Pig Federation, which has around 100 members, said the pigs would not be ending up on anyone's dinner table.

"They go on to produce a new generation of sport pigs. They don't get eaten," he said. "How could you eat a competitor who is known around the world?"

Most impressively, there were no failed drug tests, terrorist scares, or Bob Costas.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The winner will not be eaten, but the loser...
A funny photo scrapbook about this game is at www.ScrapbookFlair.com

11:18 AM  

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