Sweat like a pat of butter in a microwave? XDRMcGirr83 wrote:From someplace that is smarter than I
So they don't actually "sweat". It's like saying "When pigs fly" I guess, kinda, sorta. Guess I should have said "sweat like a horse"?Pigs do have a few sweat glands, but they're not very useful for temperature adjustment. When the mercury rises on the farm, Wilber wallows in cool water or mud, which has the same evaporation effect as sweating.
....and If anyone starts calling me Wilber there will be "hades" to pay.
btw my above message was not meant in a mean way or anything