Chunky Bacon

WTF, I ask. I know it’s in why’s Poignant guide, but…WTF?

Joe

Joe R. MUDCRAP-CE wrote:

WTF, I ask. I know it’s in why’s Poignant guide, but…WTF?

Joe

???

I think I saw chunky bacon on sale at Tesco last week

I think I saw chunky bacon on sale at Tesco last week

mmmm chunky...

Tim B. wrote:

Nonsense Poertry. Advanced Dadaism in Computer Literature?
OMG. YOU JUST BROKE CHUNKY BACON.

On Tue, 2006-10-24 at 17:49 +0900, Joe R. MUDCRAP-CE wrote:

WTF, I ask. I know it’s in why’s Poignant guide, but…WTF?

Chunky bacon! Chunky bacon!

Chunky bacon! Chunky bacon! Chunky bacon! Chunky bacon! Chunky bacon!
Chunky bacon!

Chunky Bacon… WTF!?

Nonsense Poertry. Advanced Dadaism in Computer Literature?
-tim

On 10/24/06, Aria S. [email protected] wrote:

On Tue, 2006-10-24 at 17:49 +0900, Joe R. MUDCRAP-CE wrote:

WTF, I ask. I know it’s in why’s Poignant guide, but…WTF?

The chunkier the better. Chunky bacon is always the best bacon.


Man’s unfailing capacity to believe what he prefers to be true rather
than what the evidence shows to be likely and possible has always
astounded me. We long for a caring Universe which will save us from
our childish mistakes, and in the face of mountains of evidence to the
contrary we will pin all our hopes on the slimmest of doubts. God has
not been proven not to exist, therefore he must exist.

  • Prokhor Zakharov

Leslie V. wrote:

The chunkier the better. Chunky bacon is always the best bacon.

Unless it becomes so chunky as to be considered Ham.
ChunkyBacon > Bacon
ChunkyBacon > Ham

It takes a watchful eye to cook chunky bacon when one is used to slim,
however. One must approach chunky bacon with caution.

Aria S. wrote:

On Tue, 2006-10-24 at 17:49 +0900, Joe R. MUDCRAP-CE wrote:

WTF, I ask. I know it’s in why’s Poignant guide, but…WTF?

Chunky bacon! Chunky bacon!

Chunky bacon! Chunky bacon! Chunky bacon! Chunky bacon! Chunky bacon!
Chunky bacon!

…and eggs and chunky bacon!

Joel VanderWerf wrote:

Ruby-red eggs and ham!

Out-foxed again, eh?

Joe R. MUDCRAP-CE wrote:

WTF, I ask. I know it’s in why’s Poignant guide, but…WTF?

Joe

For the same reason that “42”, %w(foo bar baz quux) and Godot all make
sense?

On 10/24/06, David R. [email protected] wrote:

Joe R. MUDCRAP-CE wrote:

WTF, I ask. I know it’s in why’s Poignant guide, but…WTF?

Joe

For the same reason that “42”, %w(foo bar baz quux) and Godot all make
sense?

i always wondered what came after baz!

Futhermore…what exactly IS chunky bacon? Bacon cut up into chunks, or
bacon with chunks in it (and wtf would the chunks be?)?

Joe

On 10/25/06, Joe R. MUDCRAP-CE [email protected] wrote:

Futhermore…what exactly IS chunky bacon? Bacon cut up into chunks, or
bacon with chunks in it (and wtf would the chunks be?)?

Joe

I asked Widipedia. Chunky bacon just redirected me to the entry for
Why’s (poignant) Guide to Ruby. I’m sure that is not what you’re
after. So I broke down the query into “chunky” and “bacon”

chunky:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chunky

bacon:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacon

So, using the power of synthetic reasoning …

chunky bacon:
Chunky Bacon is a cut of meat taken from the sides, back or belly of a
pig and then packaged into a packed pixel frame buffer organization.
Bacon pixels are packaged together into a bacon byte. Typical
configurations in the local grocers include the 12 bacon pixel per
byte frame buffer, and the 20 bacon pixel per byte frame buffer.

Hope this clarifies things :slight_smile:

TwP

Giles B. wrote:

that makes McDonald’s sound like organic food.

I remember when the sign at McDonald’s rolled over to “One Billion
Served”. A friend of mine remarked that it meant they’d have to
slaughter their 101st steer.

Joe R. MUDCRAP-CE wrote:

WTF, I ask. I know it’s in why’s Poignant guide, but…WTF?

Maybe it’s a spoonerism of “bunky chacon,” which I suppose would be a
counterfeit violin concerto.

Chunky Bacon is a cut of meat taken from the sides, back or belly of a
pig and then packaged into a packed pixel frame buffer organization.
Bacon pixels are packaged together into a bacon byte. Typical
configurations in the local grocers include the 12 bacon pixel per
byte frame buffer, and the 20 bacon pixel per byte frame buffer.

Hope this clarifies things :slight_smile:

oh yeah, that’s crystal clear.

that makes McDonald’s sound like organic food.

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