WonderDawg Meets WonderHog

So Kerry Woo and I had just finished eating some vegetarian stir-fry at Ken’s Hibachi Grill when we encountered this fellow.


Not to perpetuate any stereotypes, but Kerry had his camera out in two seconds and was ready to snap some touristy photos.  (And those were some awfully fetching madras shorts Dr. Woo was wearing with his black socks and tennis shoes today, I might add. Just kidding.)

What a cruel joke to play on your faithful journalista as I suffer through 40 days of Lenten meatlessness.  Thankfully, Kerry put the camera away before I asked the pig if I could just smell him for a minute or two.  Mmmmmm…bacon.


12 Responses to WonderDawg Meets WonderHog

  1. Lynnster says:

    You are pretty tall, so that is one big pig.

    Them’s good eating. If you haven’t given up meat for Lent, that is.

    Easter’s not too terribly far away anymore, hang in there, brother!

  2. WonderDawg says:

    Here’s MY VERSION of the story – we blog, you decide:


    Sir Oinks-A-Lot looks like a cousin to Piggy Wiggley…

  3. Lynnster says:

    He does look pretty much like the Piggy Wiggly pig. I’m not sure whether there could be any copyright infringement though… I mean, how many different ways can one design a pig?

    Or as someone said sometime somewhere – pigs is pigs.

  4. fishwreck says:

    Pigtastic! Was he giving out free samples of, himself?

  5. WonderDawg says:

    Lynster, and it is The Year of the Pig!

    Hoppy, Hoppy Chinese New Year to all and to all a good night!

    Pass the sauce please –

  6. newscoma says:

    I just realized your popping knuckles with this pig.

  7. sistasmiff says:

    Mmmm…stir fried vomit!

  8. Busy Mom says:

    Pig Knuckles…mmmmm….I’m starving.

  9. saraclark says:

    I saw that pig outside of there again today! He’s advertising for South Street maybe?

  10. The Piggy has no pants and Smiley is…well…smiling.

    I won’t judge, be who you are man, be who you are.

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