in a pig's eye

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A euphemism for in a pig's arse.

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in a pig's eye

  1. (idiomatic) Under very unlikely circumstances; probably never.
    • 2011, Izzy Auld, chapter 64, Aggie's Double Dollies, ISBN 978-1-4620-2496-4, page 366:
      “Then he planned to kill you, and take over himself as governor.” “Hah, in a pig's eye,” said Nasty Three.

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