1967 Corvette Sting-Ray. Chevy at it’s best.
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This is pretty dang close to perfect in my book. A classic Porsche 911 from before the 1970s bumper regulations kicked in. I even like the color.
Posted in Culture, tagged bacon addicts, bacon love, bacon tattoo, baconriffic, bacontastic, Blogging, Entertainment, Humor, looking for a bypass, more meat please, Reviews, weird bacon products on January 15, 2009| 9 Comments »
We’ve visited to topic of ‘Bacon: Is There Ever Too Much‘ before but now I believe we can safely agree that yes, there quite possibly could be a way to put one toe over the line.
Case in Point: The Bacon Explosion.
Yeah, so? It looks relatively harmless and delicious. Tell Me more.
Sure. No problem.
It’s simple really; you weave 2 pounds of bacon together. Layer in a pound of sausage and another pound of bacon in the center. Roll and grill.*
PS. If you feel a need to try this, then you may be one of the few that truly has earned this:
*Just a tip. – You might want to call the EMT before you light the grill. You’ll thank me later.
I know some people out there who dig the stop motion. And this vid is a cute reminder of how creative you can be on the cheap.
I can hear some of you starting to grow your own mustaches right now.
Viva la revalution!
Which tv newsman seems a little too genetically linked to a tv pitchman?
Are they related? One and the same?
Only his hairdresser knows for sure.
Sometimes when I’m rubbing puppy’s belly, I like to coo in her ears and tell her that she’s the cutest pup in the whole land.
But I also use that opportunity to remind her that she should really develop some extra tricks and/or skills because pretty soon, she’s gonna grow up and she won’t be as cute anymore.
People will no longer clamor over her at the Target. Walking down the street will no longer cause cars to slow down and make every other human stop to give her the undiluted adulation. She will have to prostitute herself on the street. Perform a few tricks just to get some of the attention she had once taken for granted.
It’s a tough world out there (some would say ‘Dog eat dog’). And you can’t get by on your looks forever.
The glory days of youth are fleeting.
The world is cruel to the aged.