Photorealistic bacon scarf


#1

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#2

Oh that is just foul foulard.


#3

The french word lard actually means, um, lard. On the other hand, in french, the word for bacon is bacon.

It’s an old french word.

/here’s a tip: if you can’t sneak off to Schwartz’s for some of their heavenly smoked meat 'cuz a trip to Blvd. St. Laurent just isn’t in the cards, a bacon sarnie can be a treyf-ier substitute.
Make sure you remember: N = C + {fb (cm) . fb (tc)} + fb (Ts) + fc . ta


#4

Faux lard foulard too foul for you milord?


#5

Oh dear god. I can’t explain why, but I find that absolutely revolting. PETA should use that thing in their campaigns.


#6

People Eating Tasty Animals?


#7

Bacon + Scarf = Barf


#8

It’s a neat gimmick, but it’s actually a really ugly scarf.


#9

i like it better if it were COOKED bacon.


#10

But why?!?


#11

Because, why not?


#12

Really needs to be worn with bacon cologne


#13

“Does this scarf make me look high in fat?”


#14

High and fat.


#15

I will.Thanks.
What’s it mean?


#16

Oy vey!


#17

Formula for a bacon sanger.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/west_yorkshire/6538643.stm


#18

I am enlightened?


#19

Holy crap, did anyone look at the prices?

“From €142.45 EUR to €150.15 EUR”

Pretty pricey for what has to be a novelty item…


#20

At least the nytimes made a stab at correctly formatting it, with subscripts (Anybody have a link to the canonical paper?)