We at El Reg are great fans of bacon - celebrated for its legendary power to cure hangovers - so we're delighted this fine Friday to present a bust of Kevin Bacon lovingly crafted from the connoisseur's pig product of choice: The Bacon Kevin Bacon The "Bacon Kevin Bacon" is the work of Mike Lahue, who was commissioned by …
Is it just me...
Is it just me, or does that look more like Patrick Swayze? What's his 6 degrees of Kevin Bacon?
It's Conan O'Brien. Or, to be more precise, Conan O'Bacon.
More like Conan OBrien with that hair flip
I thought the same thing: This looks more like Conan than Kevin!
I wonder ..
I wonder if he's going to do Stephen Seagull next?
Only if he does him inside a Nicolas Cage ... with a few Sharon Stones thrown in
...this is styrofoam bust, with bacon paint?
I know it is for a good cause, and that a bust made of real bacon would be shortlived and perhaps quite disgusting, but still fairly unimpressive.
Besides, it looks like meat loaf to me.
Errrrm, the material I mean, not the face.
That sounds like a much better idea:
A meat loaf Meatloaf.
re: That sounds like a much better idea
What, a lump of downmarket stodge with above-average lard content? Been done mate.
It's gotta be...
... Alan Cumming next, surely!
It's gotta be...
...Alan Cumming next, surely!
Bacon to the max!
I always thought he was a ham actor.
Sadly(?), for baconlovers everywhere
"bacon bits" stateside are usually a textured soy product...
It's not bacon
as there's no HP Sauce on it.
What will they think of next?!
Perhaps a life-sized replica of your current Prime Minister made out of tinned fish--the "Salmon Cameron".....
Ok! Ok!! I'm leaving!!!
One way to bring home the bacon.
That reminds me...
I must buy some more mmmvelopes.
(Bacon flavour envelopes if your wondering - also from JD)
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