Squeez Bacon actually not a bad idea

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A ketchup-like bottle filled with bacon paste may never hit the market in real life, but perhaps it should. It’d go perfect with Batter Blaster pancakes and there’d be very little cleanup involved. Plus if you use bacon bits already, bacon paste is pretty much a lateral move.

Squeez Bacon comes to us on April 1st from ThinkGeek.com:

  • Each tube contains 21oz (595g) of Squeez Bacon®.
  • 16 servings – equivalent to 64 slices of bacon!
  • Bottled in Sweden, made from U.S. bred swine.
  • Shelf Life of 12 years.
  • No refrigeration needed.
  • Jätte gott!

Priced at just $7.99 per bottle? Make it for real!

Other April Fool’s Day gems from ThinkGeek include:

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T-Shirts with built-in pinhole cameras that “simulate teleportation portals from the game Portal” by sending images from one shirt to another.

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Unicorn Chaser, “a drink shot specially formulated to cleanse your mind and soul” after you see something disgusting on the internet.

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USB Pet Rock – an updated version of the 1970’s phenomenon. This version plugs into your USB port but draws no power and is compatible with any OS.

There’s also the Shocking Speech-Recognition Wristband that jolts you when you use too many corporate buzzwords like “low-hanging fruit,” “bleeding edge,” and “synergies.”


And the Star Wars Tauntaun carcass sleeping bag could very easily be a real product.


Finally, there’s the assassin’s dagger ice tray mold – perfect for making a murder weapon that melts away without a trace.