“Now my response would be if Cindy Crawford wanted to make out with me, why would she want to do it with bacon in her mouth? Does she want to taunt me? Why would she do that? That’s just cruel. And that’s why my final Six-Word Memoir is: ‘I won’t kiss Cindy’s bacon mouth.’” —Jeffery Yoskowitz, kosher author of Pork Memoirs, when revisiting a childhood question, “What would you do if Cindy Crawford wanted to kiss you … but she had just gone to town on a huge bacon sandwich, and she still had bacon in her mouth?” [Smith]
Rules were made to be bacon.