World's Greatest Tuxedo

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    World's Greatest Tuxedo

    Well, at least I know what he'll be wearing to the wedding...




    Apparently, it's scented!  Here's the article. 
    http://thispiggy.com/2009/04/10/bacon-tuxedo-with-bonus-bacon-smell/
     
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    Naturally, they make matching shoes.  No word on whether the shoes smell like bacon or like, well, shoes.




     
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    Here's my dress, naturally (maybe a little too casual?)




    And the cake topper!




    I actually think those cake toppers are too cute.

     
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    love the dress and the cake toppers!!!
    is the dress scented? if it's not I just might have to get one.
     
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    According to the article, the dress is made of actual bacon and salami:
    http://www.jiajem.com/meatwad.html

    I like where she suggests wearing it to a vegan restaurant or walking through a dog park.
     
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    Oh, the dog park!  That's my vote.  If he gets mauled, he deserves it for wearing that get up.
     
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    I knew before I even clicked on it that there would be a bacon tux on the other side!
     
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    It's unfortunate that there's no bacon in The Princess Bride, so I won't be able to use any of these fabulous ideas.
     
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    Lucy, we shall amend the Princess Bride wedding to be co-themed with bacon. 

    I think if you lengthened the bacon dress and made a matching tiara, it's totally bridal. 
     
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    eeew... real bacon and salami??? I would wear a dress of bacon patterned fabric, but not one made out of real bacon.
     
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    I wouldn't either - with Gracie around I'd be naked in seconds.
     
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    Apparently, she laid bacon and salami on white cotton, then sewed vinyl over it.  It was for a Halloween party, and her costume was some cartoon character who is actually made out of meat, I guess.  So the smell was part of the costume.

    Gotta love people who go all out for Halloween.
     
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    LOL! and on a hot day like today... I don't think meat to be very breathable.
     
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    In Response to World's Greatest Tuxedo:
    Well, at least I know what he'll be wearing to the wedding... Apparently, it's scented!  Here's the article.  http://thispiggy.com/2009/04/10/bacon-tuxedo-with-bonus-bacon-smell/
    Posted by lucy7368


    That picture could just as easily appear in the About Town  column, with a  caption :   Madam Dragonlady, former top call girl who now runs the House of Happiness Escort Service,  seen here at the  SOHO Gallery Showcase  posing with her Employee of the Year - or moment.
    Isn't he a work of art!
     
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    Lucy, My FI and I went to a steakhouse last weekend and when the waitor was telling us the specials he said:

    "Would you like to try our special side this evening? They are bacon flavored potatoes."

    me: "I don't believe you."

    Waitor: "Ma'am, I assure you, they taste like bacon."

    FI: "Ok, we will take that."

    They tasted like BACON but it was potatoe wedges.....
     
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    Where were you? I want to go there!
     
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    Smith & Wollensky. Fantastc steak, as well!

     
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    WANT
    Goodbye sour cream and chive fries from Sunset Grille & Tap. I've found someone else.
     
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    Honestly, they probably just sauteed it in bacon fat...which is unhealthy, but whatever.
     
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    It's OK.  Steak and potato skins are unhealthy, too.  Cool

    I actually do need to cut back on the red meat a little, so it'll probably be a few months before I hit any steakhouses.
     
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    eh, I'd rather something cooked in bacon fat than something cooked in hydrogenated oil.
     

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