There are times when life imitates art in such a fashion that one has to take a step back and marvel at the amazing parallel. At other times this same scenario can so utterly mind-boggling that you realize the characters which grow to love are all based on someone out there, walking the streets today.
Case in point this brainchild who is selling a single piece of bacon on eBay. Now at the heart of the matter selling bacon anywhere is a noble calling, but this instance it’s simply time to call the sanitarium.
For whoever decided this was the shot at their 15 minutes, I dub thee a real life Cliff Claven. Congratulations for being a true village idiot.
This attempt to showcase a piece of bacon as a replica of North Carolina is the equivalent to Claven trying to convince the gang at Cheers a home-grown potato is “the splitting image of Richard Nixon.” Charging a minimum of $49.99 to bid on this undeniable piece of pork is outright laughable, which after further review I hope is the sole purpose of this listing.
On the bright side I do commend you on a response to a prospective buyer.
“Thank you! Spread the word of bacony love!”
Tags: bacon shape, cheers, cliff claven, ebay, print
Categorised in: Bacon News
This post was written by Mr. B.