Just in Time For The Super Bowl: The Bacon Mug

Are you like me and constantly complaining about having to reach to separate bowls for my bacon and my cheese dip while trying to watch the Superbowl? Well, problem solved.

I saw this on Reddit and had to get the word out to our regulars since I know our weekend bloggers are too high-brow to appreciate such innovations. Doctors are prepared for the “Superbowel Syndrome” cases that result from consumption of this particular item.

For my Packers friends, I give you self-described Cheeseheads this peace offering in an expression of NFC brotherhood. I hear this is often served for toasts at Packer weddings.

47 thoughts on “Just in Time For The Super Bowl: The Bacon Mug”

  1. Prof. Turley-

    I hope you bet the Blouise-HenMan line and made a lot of money yesterday. To refresh your memory:

    HenMan- January 23,2011 at 10:41 am:

    “I have to go with Blouise, The Peoples Prognosticator and Prophet of Professional Pigskin Probabilities who Postulates Packers Pummelling Pittsburgh in the Pinnacle of Playoffs.”

    “P.S. Pick the Packers and Pocket the Payoff.”

  2. ok, so I went window shopping instead, but I was rootn fer the Bruins!!!!!

    What was the escape of the rich people?

  3. VW commercial was good but saw the full ad yesterday … some of the GM commercials were okay … all others were basically boring …

    Did anyone notice who won the game … rafflaw, mespo, AY? Did anyone notice which team never had the lead … rafflaw, mespo, AY?

    1. I personally liked the Darth Vader commercial the most followed by the escape of the rich people commercial.

  4. Those damn Packers! At least Brian Bulaga from Marian Central Catholic high school in Woodstock, where my daughters wentn to high school, became a Super Bowl winner in his rookie season. The bad part of it is that he had to be a Packer!

  5. The Pepsi Max First Date was funny:


  6. The long version of the VW commercial is better:


  7. Eating Crow……

    Literally eating a crow is traditionally seen as being distasteful, the crow is one of the birds listed in Leviticus chapter 11 as being unfit for eating. Along with buzzards, rats, and other carrion-eating scavenging animals, there is a tradition in Western culture going back to at least the Middle Ages of seeing them as distasteful (even illegal at times) to eat,[2] and thus naturally humiliating if forced to consume against ones will.



  8. Prof.,

    I too thought the commercials largely lame. I did like the Audi “Release the Hounds” commercial. I’m pretty sure though that Kenny G constitutes cruel and unusual punishment.

  9. To be clear about my response to candied bacon:

    It is a substance that could only be more evil if it was injectable.

    However, if you love your porcine pleasures?

    I highly recommend it.

    1. Well done our cheesehead friends and see you next year!

      By the way, was anyone else disappointed by the commercials this year? Pretty lame for those of us who look forward to some creative marketing.

  10. LK,

    For giggles, I tried a small batch of your candied bacon.

    And this? This is for you . . .


    I’m going to have to purposefully forget this dire knowledge you have planted in my brain. 🙂

  11. mmmmmm bacon

    meat candy

    you can keep that melted cheese stuff though, chedder extra sharp.

  12. Bud:

    “On January 21, 1981, the day after Ronald Reagan’s inauguration, Searle re-applied to the FDA for approval to use aspartame in food sweetener, and Reagan’s new FDA commissioner, Arthur Hayes Hull, Jr., appointed a 5-person Scientific Commission to review the board of inquiry’s decision.”

  13. Let’s not leave our canine friends out on “Super Bowel” Sunday. They like bacon too!

  14. Stevia, a natural root can be used just like sugar, scant calories.

    Licorice, a natural root is very sweet and has added medicinal properties that strengthen the heart ( look it up and learn and follow cautions if you currently take heart medicine), less caloric and delicious in tea!

    Honey, sweeter than sugar, tasty, anti-microbial properties, delicious with whiskey 😉 (need I say more?)

    Pulverizing any dehydrated fruit and sprinkling over cereal or whatevers is delicious, less calories, less free radical damage 🙂

    Molasses from sugarcane grown in high quality soil can have an abundance of minerals like iron, calcium, and magnesium.

    [Blackstrap Molasses is best,the darker color indicates less sugar, more nutrients.]

    Agave- from the cactus, delicious, use like sugar, less glycemic response

    Although any sugar will feed candida and can negatively impact adrenals and feed the fuglies in your system, these are all healthier than refined, all good stuff removed, regular sugar.

    No more excuses for toxic crap!!!

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