Porky pigging

Jonathan Lighter wuxxmupp2000 at YAHOO.COM
Sun Dec 3 19:17:07 UTC 2006

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Saturday, meet at 3pm at the Pavilion on the lower field, then marching

Also known as "Donald Ducking" or "Porky Pigging". The "official" outfit is:

no pants
no undies
a tie-dyed t-shirt that hangs just high enough to show off one's cock
(strap-on, giraffe, etc.)
a camera hanging from a strap around one's neck
and a sailor's cap.

Of course, all you really need is the t-shirt and the cock (strap-on,
banana, etc.) although shoes are recommended. ALL GENDERS WELCOME! We will
meet at the pavilion and march around. Bring signs, trumpets, pom-poms, big
elephants, batons, etc. It's a
parade! Let's show the world how happy we are! Shirtcockers are people too!


Charles Doyle <cdoyle at UGA.EDU> wrote:
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Wilson, what makes you so sure folks haven't been porky pigging for decades--bankers, preachers, professors? There just wasn't a term for it until recently!

Seriously, I heard from a professional driver of big rigs some 20 years ago that, from his exalted vantage point, he found the practice more common than I would have supposed.


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>Date: Sun, 3 Dec 2006 00:05:36 -0500
>From: Wilson Gray
>Is that what it means? My stars alive! Has the younger generation no shame?! I'm assuming, of course, that such carryings-on are not participated in co-educationally. If such be the case, then I regret that fact that I'm not some fifty years or so younger. Sounds like fun!

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