Friday, September 10, 2010

Friday Fun: Tactical Bacon and the Impending Zombie Apocalypse

Worried about having bacon after all the world's pigs have been rendered inedible by the radiation and/or a bio-episode that brings about the zombie apocalypse? Worry no more! Think Geek has the product for you! It's called Tactical Bacon--fully cooked, REAL bacon that is canned and good for ten or more years--just enough time to wait out the zombie herds moving across the Great Plains, and for the radiation to die down!

A testimonial from the Think Geek website:

The season is summer, not sure the month. We've been holed up in TG HQ for seven years now. The zombies have fought long and hard, but the tide is seeming to finally turn. We will survive this invasion, this walking pestilence. We will, because we were smart enough to stock up on Tac Bac - Tactical Canned Bacon. Yes, we have been surviving on bacon. That is why we are strong; that is why we'll win.
Bacon in a Can

 Not worried about the Zombie Apocalypse? That's OK, there need to be those that are unprepared so that they're taken first, this way the rest of us can escape! In the mean time, Think Geek has a lot of other fun bacon products for you to enjoy, or try other fine bacon products from around the Internet!

Worried about the Zombie Apocalypse? Good! You should be! Join the Zombie Preparedness Initiative, catch up on your Zombie Studies reading, and generally prepare yourself for the inevitable end!

While you're at it, check out CARL's fine zombie reading materials!

2 comments:

DK said...

Thanks for keeping us up-to-date on all things Zombie!

CARL Staff said...

DK,

Thanks! We do our best to prepare our patrons for the oncoming onslaught of the undead!

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