Sunday, March 8, 2015

Glow in the dark bacon

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  1. Not quite sure i'm ready for glow in the dark bacon I can find it easily as is but what about it being glow in the dark makes it fight disease. If the DNA from the jellyfish is what gives it its beneficial characteristics why do they have to use pigs. Maybe you can write a follow up post further explaining I think that would be really interesting.

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  2. Not quite sure i'm ready for glow in the dark bacon I can find it easily as is but what about it being glow in the dark makes it fight disease. If the DNA from the jellyfish is what gives it its beneficial characteristics why do they have to use pigs. Maybe you can write a follow up post further explaining I think that would be really interesting.

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  3. Glow in the dark bacon sounds alrighty to me. Why do they need to go through pigs, why cant they just inject it into humans? The girl in your picture is creeping me out big-time.

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  4. I would still eat it. Bacon is good with everything, making it glow in the dark just makes it better. The better question is, "Why hasn't this been made yet?"

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  5. I would still eat it. Bacon is good with everything, making it glow in the dark just makes it better. The better question is, "Why hasn't this been made yet?"

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  6. Glow in the dark bacon is hilarious. The minute I looked at this picture I laughed and thought to myself that I could be a nightlight if I ate this bacon. You should definitely post more of these kind of post.

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  7. Glow in the dark bacon is hilarious. The minute I looked at this picture I laughed and thought to myself that I could be a nightlight if I ate this bacon. You should definitely post more of these kind of post.

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