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$19.99 per Dozen

$174.99 per 10 Dozen (120)!

$299.99 per 20 Dozen (240)!

Come visit our Pig Nose Fan Page to see people having a blast with our plastic pig noses!

Who is being a little piggy? Strap on this pig nose and be ready for the laughter. The detail on this pig nose is great. The elastic strap will fit around anyone’s head (may have to tie it off a bit for children).

  • Many Weight Watchers, TOPS and Jenny Craig groups use these pig noses as a fun way to inspire their members to lose weight - the big gainer of the week gets to wear the nose!
  • Harley Davidson motorcycle owners … imagine the look you’ll get from the other folks on the road when they see you riding a hog and wearing a hog nose!
  • Is someone in your office acting a little pig-headed? What a great way to tell them you noticed!
  • Pig lovers LOVE these pig noses. It would make a wonderful gift.
  • A plastic hog snout is a perfect final touch to your masquerade or costume.
  • Show your favorite police officer that you have a great sense of humor!
  • Washington Redskin fans go crazy over these hog snouts!
  • Great fund raiser idea for potbellied pig rescue organization ... email us for price quotes on bulk orders for these pig noses.
  • Is your child having a "Three Little Pigs" play at school? This pig nose would be a quick, easy and great looking costume! We also have a wolf nose to complete your set.
  • 2007 is the Year of the Pig according to the Chinese calendar.
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What a blast! These Pig Noses make great gifts at the annual pig roast. It is a hilarious ice-breaker at parties. This fine looking gentleman is simply smashing wearing his QualityBargainz Pig Nose at a New Year's Eve party.

Want a FREE QualityBargainz Pig Nose? Send us your picture wearing your Pig Nose from QualityBargainz and we'll send you, or anyone you wish, one Pig Nose ABSOLUTELY FREE within the United States.

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Why do they call cops "pigs?"

This derogatory term for a police officer is thought by many to be a usage coined in the 1960s. Various explanations for the term have been posited. Among them is the idea the term derives from the gas masks worn by riot police in the 1960s that made the officers look like pigs. Another is that the term is derived from George Orwell's Animal Farm, where the pigs ran the farm and took away the other animals' liberties.

Both these, as well as any other twentieth century explanations are incorrect. The term predates the 1960s by at least 150 years. (Also, the dogs were the police officers in Animal Farm not the pigs.)

The OED2 has pig being used as a term for a contemptible person as early as 1546. The earliest cite for a police officer in particular is from the Lexicon Balatronicum of 1811, which defines pig as "a China Street Pig, a Bow Street officer." The Bow Street Runners were an early police force of London, named after the street that housed their headquarters. The Lexicon Balatronicum also offers "floor the pig and bolt," meaning to knock the policeman down and run. According to Partridge, by 1873 the term's usage was restricted to plain-clothes officers. The term was an underground term, part of the criminal argot, until it emerged into the mainstream in the 1960s.

What do people mean by "A Pig in a Poke?"

A pig in a poke is a blind purchase, something bought sight unseen; a poke being a dialectical term for a bag. It was a common scam in Renaissance times to substitute a cat or other creature of similar size for a suckling pig at market. To buy a pig in a poke is to not open the bag and check what one is buying. Various phrases referring to pigs and pokes date to around 1530. The proverb never buy a pig in a poke dates to 1562.

Harley Owners Group

Harley-Davidson® established the Harley Owners Group® (HOG) ( in 1983 in response to a growing desire by Harley® riders for an organized way to share their passion and show their pride. By 1985, 49 local chapters had sprouted around the country, with a total membership of 60,000.

Rapid growth continued into the 1990s, and in 1991 H.O.G.® officially went international, with the first official European H.O.G. Rally in Cheltenham, England. Worldwide membership numbered 151,600, with 685 local chapters.

As the '90s continued, H.O.G. hysteria spread into Asia, including new chapters in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. By 1999, worldwide membership had hit the half-million mark, and the number of local chapters totaled 1,157. Today, more than 800,000 members make H.O.G. the largest factory-sponsored motorcycle organization in the world, and it shows absolutely no signs of slowing down.

Charlotte's Web the movie

Out in theaters in late 2006. May be our favorite movie of the year if only because of it's supporting cast .. Wilbur the pig. The movie is based on the book by E.B. White. Wilbur the pig is scared of the end of the season, because he knows that come that time, his piggy days are numbered. We need a piggy miracle!

2007 - The "Year of the Pig" on the Chinese Calendar

The Chinese New Year begins on February 18, 2007. This year celebrates the Year of the Pig and 4705 lunar years in the Chinese calendar. There are twelve animal signs for the Chinese calendar and the pig or boar represents the last sign of the lunar calendar.


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