slang term for human flesh prepared as the flesh of a pig. Usually used to sell human flesh to tourists in East Asian countries. Long Pig is best when avoided entirely.
long pig is people!!!
Por Zach 29 de enero de 2004
A longpig is term for a human used as food. Human meat is supposed to
taste like pork. Thus the name.
you can't eat "longpig" or whale meat in North America.
Por Morlock 16 de noviembre de 2003
The flesh of a man intended for eating.

Derived from 'puaa oa', a phrase originating in the Marquesan language to euphemistically refer to cannibalism.

The phrase first appeared in Fredrick O’Brien's 1919 travelogue of French Polynesia, "White Shadows in the South Seas".
"Upon it once stood the temple and about it were enacted the rites of mystery, when the priests and elders fed on the 'long pig that speaks,' when the drums beat till dawn and wild dances maddened the blood." (p. 175, ibid.)
Por Astounder 13 de octubre de 2009
Another word for human flesh, used in the TV show "Supernatural" when Sam and Dean have to kill a Rugaru.

"Longpig, that's my word of the day!"
"Those Rugarus sure do like to eat longpig"
Por whitesnake395 10 de octubre de 2008

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