|What's green and smells like pork? Ans... Kermit's face!|
We need to consult Dr Gerald "Teddy" Bear for his world renowned expertise on body types. We need to hear his theories. All I can think is this little real life Miss Piggy loved Sesame Street when she was just a little piglet.
She is also a prime example for why she could go to topless beach bottomless because that impressive meat skirt (pannus) covers her pubic area.
|A flattered Kermit the Frog waxes poetically.|
Kermit's long time main squeeze Miss Piggy is not amused.
|Miss Piggy and Kermit in happier times|
Miss Piggy when asked for a comment issued this statement: "I cannot speak about this cheap hussy now, I have a frog in my throat."
Someone claiming to be the artist who created the image of the gorgeous girl glutton with the Kermit torso has threatened Bigger Fatter Blog with legal action stating that posting the image is copyright infringement. He has not proven to my satisfaction that that he is indeed the artist who created this image. Upon further investigation I can find no listing for this clown as being a photographer with any guild or association. Nor does he have a website or a phone listing.
If there are any violations it is on the part of the photographer that morphed the SSBBW model's torso into the likeness of Kermit the Frog. Kermit the Frog and Henson Associates Inc are no strangers to litigation. Is someone else trying to illegally use Kermit the Frog? You cannot deny the strong resemblance.
Henson Associates Inc. said the Walt Disney Company had dropped its fraud claim against the owner of the Muppet characters, but Disney denied the Henson announcement and called it bizarre.
Disney's claim, filed Monday in response to a Henson lawsuit against Disney charging copyright infringement, contends that Henson violated an oral agreement that Disney could use the Muppets.
"The fact that Disney is already withdrawing one of its most offensive allegations underscores the weakness of their defense," Henson's statement said.
But Disney said: "We have not withdrawn our fraud claim. We feel the release was pretty bizarre."
The Henson lawsuit, filed late last week in Federal court in Manhattan, accuses Disney of using Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy and other Muppet characters without permission. It was set to go to trial on May 13.
Is Daniel V Smith working for Disney? Did he unlawfully create a likeness of Kermit the Frog?
Henson, in its statement Thursday, also said Disney had agreed to stop selling or displaying merchandise that showed the Muppets at least until after a Federal judge ruled on the copyright-infringement lawsuit filed against Disney by Henson Associates Inc.
WORLD'S BIGGEST ASS EXPOSED!