Bacon Marriage Proposal

July 26, 2009 8:54 pm Published by 24 Comments

“I now pronounce you Mr. & Mrs. Bacon.” That may be what Allison and Chuck hear when they stand in front of family and friends at their upcoming wedding. Why you ask? Because Chuck proposed to Allison in the best way imaginable. He proposed with bacon!

We could attempt to wax poetic about the bacon marriage proposal, but we think Chuck says it best in his own words…

“Allison loves bacon.  I cook it for her all time she wants to celebrate, needs cheering up, or just at random times to make her happy.  A couple Fridays ago I got off work early and sneaked over to her apartment to set up.  I had the roses, champagne, the ring, and of course, the bacon.  Wright’s Applewood Bacon to be precise.

I cooked up 4 pieces of bacon strategically so that they formed the shape of a heart.  Burned my fingers up quite a bit.  She had given me that tiny toy box you see in the photos that says I love you in it about a year ago when she first told me she loved me.  I always kept it.  I placed the ring inside it and then placed the box in the center of the bacon heart on the plate.  I strategically placed the plate in front of the roses so she would see it when she walked in while I played some of our favorite songs in the background.

She finally walked in after what seemed like hours and was definitely surprised to see me.  I go “hey honey, want some bacon?”  She instantly knew what was going on and frantically said “yeah, let me put my bags down”.  When she turned around I was on my knee with just the box.  I asked her if she remembered the box, then I spoke about our relationship and what she meant me and finished by popping the question.  She said yes and after only a few minutes of hugging and celebrating she says. “ok, can we eat the bacon now???”.

Needless to say, she said it was the best bacon she ever had.  I told her good cause I used it to make the rest of the dinner, bacon wrapped filet with a creamy butter sauce, garlic mashed potatoes and sweet peas.  Her eyes went wide with excitement over the prospect of more bacon and we proceeded to prepare and enjoy an excellent 1st dinner together as an engaged couple.”

A marriage proposal centered around bacon is a beautiful thing. Let’s just hope they hold a bacon-themed wedding to really keep the bacon love alive.

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  • mock says:

    awesome! love for each other and a love for bacon. what could be better?

  • Anthony says:

    Wow, nothing says “I love you” like slaughtering an animal and displaying it’s fried flesh in a heart! Next time see if you can find some orphaned children to skin and deep fry, I’m sure they TASTE amazing!

  • Anthony could ruin a trip to Disney World.

    Congratulations to the happy couple. The lovely Mrs. Vargas likes her bacon (and I flat out cannot get enough) but I never thought to propose that way. Kuds to CHuck for being creative and loving bacon!

  • dave says:

    Does she have a sister?

  • mountprospectsux says:

    lame…especially for a guy who uses props in pictures.

  • Daniel says:

    I don’t know who is worse Chuck or the awful vegetarian Anthony.

  • Heath J says:

    Bacon… yumm.

    I’ve got one for you bunny huggers… The only way to make bacon better? Raise the piggy from a wee piglet, and then butcher him yourself. I’d put my bacon against anyones.


  • Tom says:

    “Wow, nothing says “I love you” like slaughtering an animal and displaying it’s fried flesh in a heart! Next time see if you can find some orphaned children to skin and deep fry, I’m sure they TASTE amazing!”

    Nothing says “tolerance” like pushing your views on others on some website while engaging in the equivalent of tearing the womb out of an animal and eating it raw as vegetarians do with most fruits/vegetables. How about the practice of “sprouting” seeds…eating a month old fetus. Tearing off a limb and eating it in front of the helpless plant only to return in a few weeks and do it again.

    Don’t like bacon, stick to sites devoted to your sadistic lifestyle! If you’ve decided to leave the defenseless plants alone I have something you can eat Anthony.

    While I can’t say proposing with bacon would have come to mind if it has a happy ending more power to ’em!

  • Master Althalus says:

    Mmmmmm… Bacon. Mmmmm… Orphans… 0.0!… Bacon-Covered Deep-Fried Orphans… Tasty. ^^

  • kemp says:

    Congratulations and best wishes!

  • Gail says:

    Such an awesome story!

  • Gail says:

    P.S. I think poster “Tom” above is perhaps mentlly ill. Poor thing.

    Orphan Bacon…mmmm…

  • Tom says:

    Nope Gail. Just just tired of self righteous twits like Anthony and comparing what they do to the equivalent in the animal world to knock them down a bit.

  • Megan says:

    Bacon makes EVERYTHING better. Orphans, Scallops, bananas, PB sandwiches, lettuce…EVERYTHING! Eat a bacon-wrapped orphan in honor of Anthony.

  • Becca says:

    Seriously, that is awesome, i hope that i get proposed to with bacon, my love of bacon is rediculous,. so someone who proposed to me with that , would just be …amazing! haha
    Congrats !!!!!

    P.S if you are so against eating bacon ANTHONY..why visit this site…seriously, why do we need more hate in this world, just accept that Everyone is Different, some people eat meat, some people dont, dosnt make us Meat eaters bad people…
    Have a Great Day 🙂

  • Amy says:

    This is pretty great, Mazel Tov to you!

  • Fuzzy Izmit says:

    Congrats! That is an amazing story! Behold the power of bacon!

  • ashleigh m says:

    SOOOOOOOO CUTE! I love it!

  • ashleigh m says:

    🙂 🙂 😀

  • joe says:

    @Anthony the fack why dont we just eat your flesh

  • Nina says:

    What a sweet, Bacony proposal! :3 Nom.

  • Phukov says:

    I’m so jealous. she’s beautiful and adores bacon.

    where’s the bacon ring? 🙂

  • Johnny says:

    Anthony obviously wasn’t a fan of The Lion King, or he’d recognize the Circle of Life. You can almost hear Elton singing it. Personally, I was happily humming “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” until Anthony farted. Anyways, Hakuna matata.

  • Laurie says:

    Hello. Can anyone say: Euphemism.
    I laughed my way all the way through that.
    Good on you, Chuck- and keep giving her the bacon.

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