Bacon Forever!!!! (well 10 years at least)

So if I were to make a list of all things that were right and good in this world it would be a pretty short list. There would be Vagina’s right at the top, followed by boobs or titties what ever your vernacular. Followed closely by cigarettes then next would have to come bacon (though it narrowly beat out peanut butter). But the problem with bacon was always that it only lasted so long, you buy a pack open it and the whole things gone before that meal in between dinner and lunch. There was also the problem of what to do when the ‘pocalypse hits and all the pigs are glowing green or just plain evaporated. Well worry no more my friend, on that faithful day when you’re all tucked away in your bunker…you did build that bunker right? Anyway, just reach for a good old can of Tac-Bac! Yes Tactical Bacon, for the provisionist who wants to survive the coming war of Monkey/Robots vs all mankind!

Tac Bac – Tactical Canned Bacon

  • it has a 10+ year shelf life.
  • Approx. 18 servings per can (1 serving = 3 slices of bacon).
  • Net Wt.: 9oz
  • only 60 Calories
  • 5 grams of Fat per serving

The cost of one can is $16 bucks, which sounds a bit steep right now, but trust us, when you’re hunkered down with monkey piloted robots, radioactive zombies, and Martha Stewart trying to tear your innards out, you will be glad you have a can of bacon to munch on. It will look so nice next to your can of (whole) chicken!

Just ask this kid…


5 thoughts on “Bacon Forever!!!! (well 10 years at least)

  1. How in the world do you post pictures on this thing?!
    I tried it once, but it didn’t work out! UGH…


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