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Why people say "I'm sweating like a pig"?

Pigs don't sweat!
 Tom-Riddle posted 1年以上前
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Darkshine said:
"Sweating like a pig" is a derogatory comment, meaning one is sweating heavily and disgustingly. Pigs do not sweat, and they have no body odor. They have a few sweat glands on the edge of their snouts. So, I guess if your nose is sweating delicate little droplets, あなた are indeed sweating like a pig.
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ps. This answer is just a copy-paste of a Yahoo Answer, NOT によって me.
Darkshine posted 1年以上前
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Oh ok, thanks anyway.
Tom-Riddle posted 1年以上前
Tamar20 said:
Pigs are unable to sweat. It's a fact.

I think the reason that people say "I'm sweating like a pig" is because あなた would think pigs would sweat, being a large animal and the fact that people say they smell. However not many know that they don't - sweat I mean.

At least, that's what I'm sticking with.
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AnimeFan66 said:
It's just a common saying.
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