Animal Rights

Animal Oxymoron’s and Misleading Labels

A carnivore that believes in the Thou Shall Not Kill Mandate.

Sentient Beast

Filthy Pig

A fish with no feeling

Putting an animal to sleep

Humane kill

The US is A Nation of Animal Lovers

Happy as a Clam-not when they are continually hunted by predators including humans

Dumb as an Ox

Evil Bat

Cruel Wolf

Unintelligent Moose

Hot Dog

Male Ladybug

Stool Pigeon

Human Evolution

Kosher Meat

Pet Peeve

Extinct Life

Animal Welfare

Please add any others that you may know or discover in the comments section!

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  • mandyroo725 (1 comments)
    October 27, 2008 at 12:22 pm

    very well put together. i enjoyed it.

  • mothersson2002 (18 comments)
    October 29, 2008 at 8:47 am

    Thanks Mandy. Oh how about Pigs in a Blanket, huh?

  • darky_ (1 comments)
    October 29, 2008 at 4:34 pm

    “Swing a cat”.(In the 15th century, there was a ‘sport’ involving the swinging of cats by the tail, into the air where they would become moving targets for archers at fetes, fairs and country festivals. Crownded festivals would be described as having no room to ‘Swing the cat’.)

    Wild goose chase.

    Cat is let out of the bag.

    Pigs Ear (or – to make a pigs ear out of something).


    wolf in sheeps clothing.

    Cock & Bull.

    Have a beef.

    egg on ya face.


    Barking up the wrong tree.

    Get someones goat.

    Kangeroo Court.

    There is more than one way to skin a cat (this is meant for Catfish though).

    Talking Turkey (this is especially populer with turkey Hunters).

    Stalking Horse.

    Red Herring.

    Gone to the dogs.

    Frog in the throat.

    Fly in the face.

    Close to the bone or near the knuckle(used by buthers).

    Smell a rat.

    Crododile Tears.

    Drunk as a newt.

    Rooling the Roost.

    Straight from the Horses Mouth or Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth.

    White elephant.

    flog a dead horse.

    Kill the Goose that lay the golden egg.

    Go the whole Hog.

    The Lions share.

    Ugly Duckling.

    Not a sausage.

    Fair Game (used for hunters (of game) too).

  • mothersson2002 (18 comments)
    October 31, 2008 at 1:24 pm

    Oh Darky, those entries are absolutely fantastic!

  • mothersson2002 (18 comments)
    October 31, 2008 at 1:31 pm

    Oh how about big fat pig or cow.
    Oh jumbo shrimp: This one is thanks to One!
    These animals are not always fat. Their dietary consumption depends on what is given to them by humans. This is the with the ability to exercise as well.

  • xetvx (29 comments)
    November 3, 2008 at 5:12 am

    i don’t mean to take away from your good efforts here but something should be made clear. Though I have written many articles in support of the pig and to educate people about the common misconceptions of the rather intelligent animal, the terms “big, fat, pig” are not being perceived correctly here.

    When someone is called a big, fat, pig it means the person is thought of as big and fat and a pig. It is not to infer that pigs are fat. The statement is a correlation as to how pigs eat. In general, pigs consume everything and anything in site, including garbage if they are so famished. This is not to diminish their capacity for pain, their intelligence or their right to life, however, when someone is called a pig, the origin is a reference to how pigs eat.

    This expression is no different from saying a certain person eats like a bird. It is no offense to the birds, but a parallel to their dietary habits. There is a misconstruction here as well, however. When someone is told they eat like a bird, it is most often suggested that the person does not eat much food at all. The fallacy is that birds are actually scavengers too and even swallow their food whole. If people ate like birds, they would not just be picking at their plates and pushing the food around as suggested. They would be eating it quickly and much of it as well.

  • Zuchinni Breath (1 comments)
    November 8, 2008 at 6:10 pm

    Pro-lifers who eat animals

    er, ahem, choking the chicken

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