Wow. We grew up with pig farmer friends, so I've had many a spit roasted pig. That's quite the arresting image.
You got me! I'm wordless! Best,Bonnie
WOW! I think I'm done with ham, just kidding!That is some image.
Oh boy this reminds me of the Annual Pig Slaughter in January.http://lindyloumac.blogspot.com/2010/01/annual-pig-celebration-lunch.htmlThanks so much for your recent visit and comments on News From Italy, so much appreciated.
What an interesting welcome to your blog today! I'm speechless. And apparantly, so is he.
Someone is in for a feast!
Damn….now that left me speechless…for a moment :-0 His last look was one of surprise.
That is freaky!
Many of my relatives have pig farms in the Dominican Republic so I have seen many a piggies like this in my lifetime and love it 🙂 Although he kinda still looks like he is alive.
He certainly was a scary sight (from this angle in the sun), but he did taste good!
Oh yeah, I can see why you picked this one! I will try and take good suckling pig photos in Spain when we go!
Wow. Great shot. I've never actually SEEN a pig on the spit.. how cool
Fine, go ahead, HOG all the cool Wordless Wednesday accolades! This was quite the daring choice, Velva! And thank you for guesting on my blog!!
Hey it is not a squid on a stick!
You know that I am a BBQ'r and even I find the look on Wilbur's face disturbing. But that's only because I picture the look being caused by the spit coming in the OTHER end 😉
Yep, wordless for you, speechless for us, and pretty quiet for Mr Pig as well!
Wow! That's an awesome pic!
EEEK! You are right! I definitely can appreciate that photo! Laughing…
Wow, this almost looks fake. It looks like a wax replica of a pig!
wasn't expecting that!
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