Proof that Salad Cancels Out Bacon


by 365daysofbacon

The rumors you’ve been hearing. They’re true.

Salad cancels out bacon. 

Let me explain.

The Salad-Cancels-Out-Bacon Rule

This logic is derived from a spectrum of proven theories, derived as follows, in a highly scien-matical, derive-atory way:

1. First, we establish that the ratio of bacon to salad is the same, that is:

bacon:salad = true

We can now proceed in applying the laws of cross-multiplication.

2. In particular, we make use of the cross-cancellation laws, such that:
bacon/salad * salad/bacon = 1

3. Because we slash-ed-ed both the bacon and salad factors like they’re imaginary, we’re obligated to multiply our remainder by i (the infamous “imaginary number”). Like this:

      1 * i 

4. And i, being imaginary and all, stands for nothing tangible, therefore:
i = 0   carried through as   1 * 0

5. As everyone knows, anything multiplied by zero = 0  therefore expressed as,

      1 * i = 0    or   1 * 0 = 0

6. To conclude and prove that

salad cancels out bacon

See Mr. Willet? I WAS paying attention in AP Calculus.

And heck! You were right. I DID find a practical application for this math stuff.

200 thoughts on “Proof that Salad Cancels Out Bacon

  1. Stacey says:

    Aw man… I love the way you think.
    And I love bacon

  2. Rhonda says:


  3. Deblet says:

    Love bacon…like Hubbie says”Wrap anything in bacon and I will eat it”
    Thanks for the visit

  4. lequizzle says:

    Hey! Love this! AWESOME concept to your blog. Had me some nice sizzling bacon this morning.

  5. ernqueen says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog! I must follow yours just for my husband (who just purchased bacon vodka)! 🙂

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