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Bacon in A Bottle

I love bacon but this just doesn't look right.

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Nooter said…
are you kidding? ive never seen anything that looks more right than that...
Ryan Garns said…
I'm holding out for Bacon in a Hypodermic Needle.
nonamedufus said…
Nooter: Blech!

Garnzo: hmmm, okay... or a bacon IV?
Tina said…
That's disgusting. It looks even worse than bacon explosion!
nonamedufus said…
Tina: Yeah it's pretty gross. Looks like what bacon toothpaste might look like. Hey welcome to HBDC, Tina!
That's just crossing the line
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Tina said…
That's disgusting. It looks even worse than bacon explosion!
nonamedufus said…
Tina: Yeah it's pretty gross. Looks like what bacon toothpaste might look like. Hey welcome to HBDC, Tina!

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