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SERIOUSLY?????????

Thursday, June 14, 2012

A bacon sundae at Burger King. Really? REALLY???

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  • ITISABOUTME
    Yuck looks sickening!!
    1566 days ago
  • MRE1956
    So much for that saying I've heard ..... "everything is better with bacon"....... yeah, well, somehow I DON'T THINK SO.....

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    1568 days ago
  • TWEETYKC00
    That doesn't even look good, major yuck! I don't even want to know the calorie count on that bad boy.
    1568 days ago
  • PAMNANGEL
    Bacon on cupcakes, bacon on doughnuts, now bacon on ice cream! Just not a combination I can wrap my taste buds around.
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    1569 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/14/2012 4:57:10 PM
  • 970KIDNURSE
    My husband's weakness is a bacon maple doughnut from Daylight Donuts. GAG!
    1569 days ago
  • MAGGIEROSEBOWL
    Wow--I'm just wondering--How many calories? I did try a little piece of chocolate covered bacon a few months back--and surprisingly it wasn't bad. But with ice cream? I'm afraid that's a treat I won't be trying.
    1569 days ago
  • CLESSFAT
    Seriously????That sounds disgusting!! I can't imagine eating bacon with ice cream...LOL!! That just doesn't seem appetizing at all!
    1569 days ago
  • POMATOJUICE
    Denny's did these at the Bacconalia thing they did a while back, where they added a bunch of new bacon-themed menu items. I'm a little weirded out with bacon+sweet things, but I've heard it goes really well together. Not something I'm going to be trying, though!
    1569 days ago
  • TRIANGLE-WOMAN
    I had to google this to see if it was an urban myth.

    Sadly, it turns out that it is true. emoticon
    1569 days ago
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