First up, we have a lovely Bacon Scarf, so that on those cold and blustery days, you can keep your neck warm and pretend that you're doing so with a tasty pig byproduct. How exciting!
And when you get into your car with your bacon scarf and your bacony fresh chiclets, what better way to continue that feel good feeling than with a constant whiff of the aroma of fried bacon with the Bacon Air Freshener!
Where might you be driving off to? Perhaps you're on your way to make sure that you're never without your bacon by getting yourself a bacon tattoo! (All right! All right! That's enough! This is starting to get silly! Bacon tattoos?! What's next?)
So you can clearly see that bacon has somehow reached some sort of a capitalistic apex, where nothing is too silly, nothing is too stupid, and everything goes as long as there is bacon involved. Even websites dedicated to bacon abound! (Yes, can you imagine! Something that silly popping up on the Internet like that?! I, too, was shocked.) Websites such as Bacon Today which will give you daily updates on the world of sweet, sweet bacon. Daily updates? How much updating can one do? I know it's bacon, but it does have it's limits. It's tasty, it's crunchy. There you go. Updated.
Actually, Bacon Today provides the Internet savvy bacon-ite with a virtual cornucopia of way to use bacon for consumption. For instance, there's the Turbaconducken. It's a turducken wrapped in bacon. For those unfamiliar with the turducken, it is a chicken stuffed inside of a duck stuffed inside of a turkey. So don't be afraid of it simply because it's a food that begins with the word "turd". It really is just an unfortunate placement of letters is all it is. Behold! The Turbaconducken!
The Bacon Explosion involves weaving bacon pieces together like a basket (seen below) and then placing a mixture of sausage and, you guessed it, more bacon on top of it (as seen below that) and then rolling it all up into a pork laden log which is then grilled or baked (as seen below that). So it's basically bacon laden sausage wrapped in bacon (presumedly to keep in all of the oily, fatty, juicy goodness) and just waiting to be sliced up and gobbled down. It does not come with a defibrillator, so make sure there's one handy should you venture into the venue of the fatty other white meat.
Wash it all down with a Diet Coke with Bacon and you've got yourself a meal that you'll be thinking about for the rest of your life.