bung up to 1200 hogs an hour!

exhibit a: the jarvis products corp. hbd-1 bung dropper

this naturally leads to some questions.

1. what is a hog bung?
2. where does "hog bung" rank on the list of seemingly dirty innocuous terms? above mung bean? below lard puller?
3. with something that looks like that and is capable of removing this "bung" thing from 1200 pigs an hour, should the phrase "skilled labor is not required" be used in the product description?
4. is "optimal blade size leaves more meat on the animal, less on the intestine" a strong selling point?

Posted by missjenn at November 22, 2002 02:31 PM
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