With me you can fry or bake,
Cook me in a pan and I sound like a rattlesnake.
I’m marbled in fat and sliced thick or thin,
Eat plenty of me and you’ll have more than one chin.
You can try me in the microwave, but I’ll turn out quite limp,
If you eat me a lot, you’ll look like a blimp.
Some people make me from turkey, but I think they must be joking,
Because when they cook me, in fat I won’t be soaking.
What am I?
When writing for this blog, I often do a lot of searching for pictures to include to not only titalize your intellectual side with my writing, but also to tickle your visual cortex.
I also use the internet as an aid when creating the content of this blog. Often, when diving into the fat laden underbelly of the internet, I find a recurring theme: Fat people love bacon.
They talk about it a lot. It’s like crack to them. It goes with everything, apparently. To an unhealthy fat person, bacon is the meat condiment for meat.
On that note, I’ve decided to do a series dedicated to fat people’s love for bacon. At least once a week, I will post either someones odd use of it in a food dish, or just a new and inventive way to prepare bacon itself.
To start this series off, I give you this video:
Notice every single person eating at this restaurant is obese, including the owner. These are the types of fat people that about 80% of their diet is meat. I wonder if they defecate more than twice a month.
This is my favorite quote from the restaurant owner:
Ya know, what IS good for ya? It’s yur own body can tell what’s good for ya.”
Wow. How does your body tell you that deep fried bacon is good for you? By making your gut hang over your belt about 8 inches?