Power Bacon!

Power Bacon deodorant

Seattle-based J&D's Foods has launched Power Bacon, a new deodorant "for when you sweat like a pig":

POWER BACON deodorant is designed specifically for those with active lifestyles – or people who just sweat like pigs.

Using POWER BACON will probably make everyone drawn to you like you were the most powerful magnet on Earth. And by everyone, we mean friends, acquaintances, beautiful strangers, dogs, bears, swamp alligators, lions and even pigs. It’s like an aphrodisiac for your armpits. But use your new power wisely, because with great bacon power comes great baconsibility.

For all day meat-scented protection, apply liberally to your underarms or private areas.

Do not eat or hike in the woods without a firearm while wearing POWER BACON.

J&D's Power Bacon deodorant is $12.99. Also available: Bacon Shaving Cream, Bacon Lip Balm, Bacon Sunscreen, and plenty of other bacon stuff.

(via jdfoods.net, found via Perfumer & Flavorist at Facebook)

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  1. engelwurz says:

    I don’t trust people who are obsessed with bacon. They’re usually a representation of everything wrong with our culture (I don’t mean casual bacon eaters, btw).

    • Robin says:

      I don’t know that I’m obsessed, but I probably eat more bacon than a casual bacon eater. I may not be trustworthy.

      • engelwurz says:

        Unless you’re eating the best bacon available, it really isn’t good for your health nor the environment, and the people who will buy anything with bacon on it are usually proud of that. Bacon deodorant and bandaids don’t contain bacon but they represent rampant consumerism, anti-intellectualism, and our culture’s current affinity for ~*~*irony*~*~.

        • Robin says:

          I like irony, that’s why I posted this :-)

          And don’t agree with your assessment of bacon, but it is not an appropriate topic for argument here, so we will have to agree to disagree.

  2. Bela says:


    • Robin says:

      It’s very funny so long as you don’t have to wear it :-)

  3. Omega says:

    My husband may like this:). Hehehe. Silly stocking stuffer?

    Bacon lip balm huh? I can feel like I just ate a BLT all day:).

    Member when your grandma/mom, whoever stored that bacon fat and used it to cook everything? LOL, my g-ma must have had five coffee cans of bacon lard in the fridge at any given time. Time to make cake? Cookies? Pancakes…gotta have that bacon fat. lol.

    • Robin says:

      Hey, I remember when I cooked with bacon fat — it was probably yesterday. Bacon fat makes everything delicious. So does duck fat, we like to cook with that too (makes awesome scallops, among other things).

      • Omega says:

        Don’t think I’ve tried cooking with bacon fat..other than to fry up some potatoes once, bacon grease just happened to already be in the pan..those potatoes were extra delicious.

        I don’t know if my g-ma put it in cake…but it seemed like she used that stuff for everything! Her fave things were Crisco, bacon fat, frequent trips to the bakery to get Hostess items among other goodies, cinnamon toast with butter, TV dinners and Klondike bars..she lived well into her 80s.

    • Kelly Red says:

      My grandma did the same thing! Old coffee cans filled with bacon fat or duck fat. She strained the fat in every morning and then used it to fry potatoes, eggs, whatever later on. I don’t think she EVER used it for a cake! It would smell like bacon? I gave my brother bacon lip balm one year for his birthday, he loved the smell in the tube but said it was “distracting” to actually use. Not exactly sure what that means :)

      • Kelly Red says:

        I grew up in Iowa, now live in Minnesota. You know when Iowans move out of state they have to sign a paper stating they will continue consuming their required allotment of pork products. ;)

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