bush pig

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bush pig

rude slang A very unattractive and disagreeable woman. A: "That chick's a real bush pig, so she'd probably go out with you." B: "Gee, thanks."
See also: bush, pig

bush pig

verb
See also: bush, pig
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The bush pig with no anus, on the other hand, was struggling.
While the bush pig provided a good test, the Accupoint came into its own when we encountered my buffalo.
Gronow knocked Mr Hopkins down when he lost his temper, minutes after being punched in the face by Mr Hopkins and his friend Gareth Burge in a fight outside the Bush Pig.
With the possible exception of the bush pig, it was the only animal that eats and disperses seeds greater than 11 millimeters long.
The woman had been in the city centre on Thursday night and accepted a lift home by the two men at around 11pm, close to The Great Western pub, previously called the Bush Pig, Old Monk, at the end of St Mary Street.
The company has added The Bush Pig in St Mary Street - best known as the Great Western - to its Lloyds No.1 chain.
The Bush Pig - unlike most of the company's traditional hostelries - will play music throughout the day and show pop videos on plasma screens as it aims to attract a younger audience.
And The Bush Pig - formerly the Old Monk - on St Mary Street re-opened last Friday with a fresh new look, making it Cardiff's second South African theme bar.
So David and I waited in that blind for 10 hours the next day, hoping beyond hope that the bush pigs would show themselves before dark.