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Dyslexia has the strangest way of turning even the most mundane of tasks into an opportunity for oddball comedy.

When it comes to toiletries, my husband and I aren’t very interested in name brands or any particular image. If we find a type of shampoo or conditioner we like, and if it’s reasonably priced, we’ll use it regularly.

Naturally, when we go shopping, we don’t pay a huge amount of attention to a lot of the manufacturer’s hype.

Still, the stuff we’ve been using is apparently “salon proven”, whatever that means. It’s there on the bottle, but it’s not something I usually pay attention to.

Anyway, I happened to be in the bathroom the other day, and glanced over at our shower. The text on our shampoo and conditioner bottles caught my eye. It said, “Bacon Proven”.

Bacon proven? Does this mean pigs approve hair products before their lives are ended? Or is that another job of pig farmers? Do they make a living on the side, approving toiletries before they’re sent to the store?

Then, the question relatively few people have probably pondered crept into my mind.

Is there such a thing as bacon shampoo?

I know there’s bacon soap, bacon toothpaste and even bacon bandages, but I’ve never seen bacon shampoo before. So, I took to the interwebs.

Unsurprisingly, I found one company who makes handmade bacon shampoo, though I don’t know if it actually smells like bacon or not. I was surprised to find some bacon fragrance oil, though.

Yeah. So.

I think I’ll pass.

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