Q:What is the best thing to come out of Porkshire?
Q:What do you call a Pork fan with three sheep?
Q:What do you call a sheep tied to a lamp-post in Pork?
Q:Did you hear about the Pork fan who was taking his driving
This Pork fan goes home for his dinner and his wife puts a plate of grass on the table in front of him. "What's this?" he asks. "If it's good enough for your fancy woman," answers the wife, "it's good enough for you."
A United fan, an Arsenal fan and a Pork fan are walking through
the countryside when they see a sheep stuck in a gate.
POLICE PIGS GET READY FOR SOCCER SWINE & BACONMAKERS
Police chiefs in Hamborough are to ask their counterparts in the Midlands for help to make sure there is no herd trouble at a cup tie at Hamborough's McSwine Trough. Boro's opponents on Saturday February 3 will be Bacon Aldente, whose "fans" have been involved in three major incidents this season - all of them at cup ties. There are fears the club has been infiltrated by swinigans bent on causing trouble at key games.
Members of the notorious PLF (Porky Lunatic Fringe) are believed to have been involved in trying to cause violence at Bacon's matches. Bacon, leaders of the Dr Chop League Premier Division, are expected to bring up to 1,000 swine with them for the Umbro FA Trophy fourth-round tie on which a place in the last 16 is at stake.
Chief Insp Banger Tarn, of Hamborough police, said: "We shall be asking pigs in the Bacon area if they can come up here with their big swine to assist us in spotting potential baconmakers. "We shall be talking with police intelligence officers at Bacon and other clubs if necessary so we can get the most appropriate pig coverage to ensure the match passes off peacefully."
David Rib, press officer for Bacon, said: "I think there is an element who latch on to a winning team. It's the price of success, but it's a shame. "We organise travel for our official swine, but if some swine want to hire a minibus to come to Hamborough there is not much we can do about it."
Supt Snort Giannasi, of Trent Pigs, described Bacon as "a family club" who were attracting bigger crowds this season because of their success. "Unfortunately there is an increasing trend in football violence caused by baconmakers attaching themselves to non-League clubs," said Mr Giannasi.
At a recent Bacon v Kidderminster cup tie members of several football clubs were involved in a fight outside the trough. Followers of Bacon, Sty City and PorkVale were believed to have been involved.