“That Wild Pig”

An analysis of Miss Piggy’s character.

She’s aggressive, and can go from polite and dainty, “ahem, excuse moi–ha, ha, ha” to just plain demanding “move it you big jerk” in only a sentence. She’s really the original Adam Sandler. She’s got that uncanny ability to go from 1 to 10 in intensity; the woman has some serious RPM. She’s no stranger to hard work: first starting out, she struggled as an actress, even taking a role as a model for an advertisement for pork, the other white meat. To this day, she still prefers not to discuss beyond, “Moi was upset, but moi got over it.” With that positive attitude, she landed herself a frog. Miss Piggy is my dramatic romantic counterpart. “Tell Kermie I love him” she’ll whisper with the toss of her hair and an outstretched arm.

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4 Responses to “That Wild Pig”

  1. Not really “mentioned,” I just wrote an item. I guess you could say I was mentioned on the “contributors” list.

  2. red says:

    That’s what I meant. Yeah, that’s it …

  3. Emily says:

    I love that scene in The Great Muppet Caper where she kicks Peter Ustinov’s ass. Classic.

  4. red says:

    Miss Piggy is one of the funniest characters I’ve ever seen.

    I like the karate-chop Miss Piggy too when her eyes go all insane.

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