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PossibleUnderscore commented on the word international bacon day
Yes, but unfortunately there's no such day Down Under.
November 24, 2009
bilby commented on the word international bacon day
refenestration's favorite word: I know.... I know... "between".
refenestration commented on the word international bacon day
Oh my. This has got to be my DEFINITE new favorite word!
hernesheir commented on the word international bacon day
"Bacon, that great and hardy genius."Oliver Goldsmith (1728-1774) - Essays, xviii, Travel in Asia
September 20, 2009
sionnach commented on the word international bacon day
Your wish is my command.
September 8, 2009
chained_bear commented on the word international bacon day
Sionnach. For god's sake, will you please bracket delicious haunchmeat??
September 7, 2009
reesetee commented on the word international bacon day
I don't know about anyone else, but I'm still wearing my bacon suit.
dontcry commented on the word international bacon day
Only seven more hours(EST)of the best holiday - ever!
September 6, 2009
Mmmmmm. Nom, nom, nom.
September 5, 2009
gangerh commented on the word international bacon day
What shape is European bacon ordained to be these days? (Maybe see governments).
*un-dons gay apparel. dons kerchief. opens shutters. prepares sash for a throw up. checks bed for springiness. settles down. waits for visions of dancing crispy bacon.*
fbharjo commented on the word international bacon day
BUMPER STICKER **Back Bacon Day** (put it in front during lean times???)
BUMPER STICKER **Bring home the int'l bacon day** What happen to Canadian Bacon Day? - no taking sides!
BUMPER STICKER **Stay aching for bacon day** (no faking!)
Are any Wordies preparing (for) a bacon explosion in honor of Int'l Bacon Day?
Let's be clear here. Nowhere was I suggesting that acorns themselves are tasty. But when transmogrified through the wonders of porcine metabolism into delicious haunchmeat, why, that's a whole nother story...
I have a colon that would make a good argument against that last one, Sir Bacon. *dons something gay and continues outfitting the porch with the traditional Bacon Day trappings* *sings* Oh frying pan, oh frying pan...
Sir Francis Bacon quote: "Rebellions of the belly are the worst."
Sir Francis Bacon quote: "Hope is a good breakfast, but it is a bad supper."
Sir Francis Bacon quote: "A bachelor's life is a fine breakfast, a flat lunch, and a miserable dinner."
Sir Francis Bacon quote: "Acorns were good until bread was found."
... Despite the truculent beauty of the phrase "I like my meat to put up a fight," yarb, are you seriously suggesting that crispy bacon could possibly be described as "dry"? Vats of pig fat notwithstanding?
yarb commented on the word international bacon day
Bacon's got to be chewy! I like my meat to put up a fight. Food in general should be damp, not dry; succulent and full of healthy juices.
So long as the pigs are raised in the woods outside of Salamanca and only fed those special acorns .....
September 4, 2009
Crispy-crumbly, for me. I'm not down with chewy bacon unless by "chewy" you mean sort of jerky-like chewy. Soggy, flabby bacon just pisses me off. Grr.
We're all salivating rasher thrashers today, aren't we? Which side of bacon do you fall on - crispy-crumbly, or soft-chewy? In the US does Canadian bacon count as international bacon?
dc, funny you should mention, a friend of mine just read to me over the phone her version of "A Visit from St. Nicholas," which she retitled, "A Visit from St. Bacon."
Hey! International bacon! Where do I get some?
Love my bacon. But I prefer fresh figs halved, topped with prosciuto, a dolop of queso añejo or chevre cheese and a drizzle of fruity olive oil, then grilled slightly. Especially for breakfast.
Today is Bacon Day Eve! *prepares for tomorrow's festivities by laying out skillet, paper towels, lettuce and tomato...*
Well, I thought it was dumb because *every* day is bacon day.... Isn't it?
This doesn't seem at all like a *dumb* holiday.
Reesetee! Reesetee!! A dumb holiday for your list! Held on the Saturday before Labor Day every year. (For religious objectors, turkey bacon is acceptable. For vegans, soy bacon is preferred.)
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