Stop and smell the bacon

I guess this website proves that not everything is improved by adding bacon to it. At least that’s my assessment but maybe you disagree and do not draw the line at bacon-scented underwear. You can view the products themselves by clicking here. They cost $19.99 a pair.

And you can read more from the news release that landed in my inbox:

J&D’s Foods, makers of Bacon Salt®, is pleased to announce the launch of BaconScented Underwear™, the world’s first underwear that looks and smells like bacon. Yes, this is real.

Marrying the ultimate in comfort and cured meat, J&D’s Bacon Scented Underwear represents the gold standard of meat-scented luxury undergarments. Each pair is hand crafted in the USA to offer the support of briefs, the freedom of boxers and the smell of breakfast cooking in your pants. You really can have it all.

Featuring state of the art moisture-wicking, scent-emission technology stolen from NASA, we’ve embedded the smell of everyone’s favorite smell into the fabric of your pants. This intoxicating scent will last through multiple wash cycles and wearings – depending on the (ahem) strength of your own scent, your underwear should continue to smell like bacon for up to 6 months or even a year.

Our legal team has advised us to post the following serious warnings:

  • J&D’s Bacon Scented Underwear is not recommended for people in the following professions: mail carriers, zookeepers, veterinarians, dog catchers and walkers, and circus performers (especially lion tamers).
  • If you have a large dog with razor sharp teeth, please do not fall asleep in J&D’s Bacon Scented Underwear.
  • If you are hiking in the woods where bears are known to roam, please do not wear Bacon Scented Underwear without also carrying a firearm.

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