O'Hai Bacon

Last modified on March 1st, 2008

I’m hopeless, really I am. I do stupid things all the time, most of which I end up thinking are pretty funny. A few years ago I went to work with my shirt on backwards and inside-out. Since I like laughing at myself, I never take these things too seriously.

This morning, after taking a shower, I went into my room and sorted some clothes looking for something to wear. Underneath a couple clothes in the corner there was a plastic bag. And in that plastic bag was….

everyone’s favorite packaged pig, Mr. Bacon. Yes, I’m so not shitting you, there was bacon.. in my room. I actually remember buying that bacon a week or so ago, but it went missing and I figured they just didn’t bag it at Urban Fare (which happens about 50% of the time for me). The reality is that it somehow ended up in a bag in the corner of my room.

Needless to say it went from my room directly into the garbage can. Sad thing is I really wanted bacon after finding it, and now I don’t have any.

The life of a software developer, full of bacon and failure.

12 responses to “O'Hai Bacon”

  1. Jason says:

    Outstanding! It’s surprising you found it before you smelled it.

  2. Eva says:

    Eww! O.o At least you know it was packaged well.

  3. Rebecca says:

    Oh. My. God.

  4. Mostly Lisa says:

    ack! if it wasn’t so gross, it would kinda be awesome.

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  6. John Biehler says:

    Awesome! A blog about bacon!

  7. Duane Storey says:

    I know eh? That’s rad!

  8. …there is never enough bacon. Unless you leave it in the closet.

  9. I-B-Me says:

    If you keep loosing your groceries, check your closet first!
    Because of the salt & sugar (“ol time” perservers) used in curing bacon do you suppose,you bacon might have still been good?

  10. Vanessa says:

    Aw poor bacon… 😉

  11. Vanessa says:

    Aw poor bacon… 🙂

  12. Tia says:

    Any desire to live on the edge and sample it’s fermented goodness? That might have cured cancer right there, and you threw it out. For shame…

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