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Pot Belly Pig Stove

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Pot Belly Pig Stove is a wood burning stove that takes the form of an actual pot belly pig. This is a female pig, so it lies on its side, and if you get it hot enough its teats glow red-hot in a darkened room

The logs are shoved in by flicking open the belly hatch. The flue is power suction vented from underneath, so that the outline shape is preserved.

As an added bonus, there is a non stick area on the Pig's back were bacon may ironically be fried to perfection, the surplus fat dripping inside via some slots to further fuel the flames. I don't eat meat, so I'll be content to heat up bagels on the protruding red-hot nipples.

xenzag, Nov 19 2012

pig grill http://static.neato...6/pig-bbq-grill.jpg
[xandram, Nov 19 2012]

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       Love the pink pig barbeque, but not much good indoors.
xenzag, Nov 19 2012
  

       If I recall correctly, bacon comes from pork bellies, not their backs.
Vernon, Nov 20 2012
  

       No meat at all [xenzag]?
Make sure to keep up on your B12 supplements then.
  

       Oink. [+]
Alterother, Nov 20 2012
  

       There is a good argument that the poor people who pick your vegetables are in worse shape than the soulful cow that fills my belly.
daseva, Nov 22 2012
  

       What kind of iron is it made of?
spidermother, Nov 22 2012
  

       Oink
xenzag, Nov 22 2012
  

       //There is a good argument that the poor people who pick your vegetables are in worse shape than the soulful cow that fills my belly.//   

       Doesn't sound at all likely by that stage I have to say.
Loris, Nov 22 2012
  

       Also daseva, I don't know how you swallowed the cow - but I advise caution regarding the horse.
Loris, Nov 22 2012
  
      
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