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Uncle Oinker’s Bacon Mints

Uncle Oinker's Bacon Mints (Image courtesy Perpetual Kid)
By Andrew Liszewski

Just when I thought things couldn’t get any more awesome than a sofa hammock these come along. Someone has finally created a breath mint with the great taste of bacon! Uncle Oinker’s (who I really hope actually exists) Savory Bacon Mints come in a small metal tin adorned with bacon graphics and a caricature of Mr. Oinker himself. Now I’m not sure how effective these would be at actually freshening your breath but on the plus side they will help you deal with those constant bacon cravings whenever or wherever you are.

Uncle Oinker’s Savory Bacon Mints are available from Perpetual Kid in 100 mint tins for $1.99.

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  • pogo

    I have had the misfortune of trying these “mints”, all i can say is gurk! they taste like nursing home with a side of burnt clutch.

  • David Ponce

    Holy crap dude, that comment made me pee myself

  • http://www.geekbrief.tv Neal

    You guys are really rocking with the bacon tech news! First the bacon sandwich formula (N = C + {fb(cm) . fb(tc)} + fb(Ts) + fc . ta) and now this. Awesome! I just can’t figure out why I think bacon is inherently funny.

  • http://www.mattfugate.com Matt

    In the interest of shameless self-promotion, but also because you may find it amusing, here’s a fake pork product I co-created: http://www.alliedchemical.com/products/index.html (apologies for the turn-of-the-century Web design, but we haven’t touched the thing since ’01).

    It’s chilling that our reality has become more absurd than Farmer Fred’s in this respect.

  • ben

    These things are absolutely terrible. They taste neither of mint or bacon. The terrible smell and taste is that of concentrated stale dog treats. These might be awesome if they actually tasted like bacon.