Since there are so many wonderful bacon scented, such as chips, lip balm, or vegetables, what else would benefit from bacon?
Bacon flavored bacon...mmmmmm
Cologne and perfume
bathroom air freshener
bacon flavored gum--not
bacon is good on bacon...that's it for me
well in a blt is A+++
Shopping bags (so dogs can come and chew them apart, as you're walking by)
Deodorant - imagine the interesting looks you'll get.
Preparation H - need I say more?
I could go on...but it's your turn.
Flowers. That would get an interesting response when you present them as a gift.
bacon flovored doritoes or cheetos hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm the cheeseburger doritoes r the best
Bacon should be made from a good quality meat without any flavoring !!!
Well, may be dry cat food. My son bought 10lb of dry cat food for my cats and those 2 spoiled brats of mine don't eat any of it!
Says who? Mine digest it all right, though they don't eat pure fat, but they eat fried bacon and leaner pork parts. They don't eat pure fat not just from pork but from fish and any meat. They just leave it on a plate.
My vet told me, but, since you ask, I just took a look around the web and found a number of articles. Here's one: http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/in … 647AAYemOq
i guess they cannot eat if you don't give it to them.
My cats eat human food and cat food when I do not have meat or fish that I can share with them. They can eat meatballs, chili(they leave beans out ), chicken, chicken soup with dry cat food in it but I am not going to give them chicken breast or a steak or a salmon - t oo expensive for my budget. I feed them pork and beef and do not see the difference.
What about bacon scented books. It would be interesting while reading.
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