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Replace Book Titles With Bacon

A close friend (and poet) named JanuaryFairy dropped me a note on Twitter this morning: "Come on, @BrianKlems .. this is right up your alley! Trending topic: #replacebooktitleswithbacon." And she's right! I love books. I love bacon. This is totally up my alley. So I jumped in a came up with a few.
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A close friend (and poet) @JanuaryFairy dropped me a note on Twitter this morning:

And she's right! I love books. I love bacon. This is totally up my alley. So I jumped in a came up with a few:


Hundreds of other people are posting, and here are some of the ones that made me smile.


So, if you're looking for something fun to do this Friday (and a way to ignore the work that's piling up on your desk), I recommend swinging over and #replacebooktitleswithbacon with us. Hmm ... I wonder if the vegetarians of the Twitterverse will band together and start #replacebooktitleswithtofo? I'd like to see that too.


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