Oscar Mayer created a Dating App for People Who Love Bacon

Oscar Mayer created a Dating App for People Who Love Bacon

Sure, your unconditional love of bacon might give you heart disease . . . but it could also help you find ACTUAL love.

Oscar Mayer released a DATING app yesterday.

It’s called Sizzl, and it only matches you up with other people obsessed with BACON.

Obviously it’s a marketing ploy, but it IS an actual app.

It matches you with people based on your bacon preferences, and a ton of people are already signed up.

When you build your profile, EVERY question is about bacon.

First it asks if you prefer pork or turkey bacon . . . which should actually be a question on EVERY dating site.

Because if you say turkey, you’re un-datable.

It also asks if you like thick cut . . . smoked . . . maplewood . . . or low sodium bacon.

Then you have to say whether you like it chewy, crispy, or burnt.

And the last question asks what you’d do if you were on a date, and there was one strip of bacon left . . . would you take it, let your date have it, or share it with them? Apparently they’re expecting people to go on a lot of breakfast dates.

You can download the app at FindBaconLove.com.

So far it’s only available for iPhone users.


Do You Talk Too Much? Here’s how to tell

Do You Talk Too Much? Here’s how to tell


Is there someone at work who annoys you because they talk too much? If the answer’s no . . . is it possible it’s YOU? Here are four signs you talk too much.

  1. Everyone who sits near you at work wears headphones. Some people do it so they can concentrate. But if a LOT of people around you have headphones on, you might be the REASON they can’t concentrate.
  2. You’re always the one who starts conversations. It’s a sign that people are trying to avoid talking to you, because they know you’ll go on and on.
  3. They look at their phone while you’re talking. Which is a bad habit a lot of us seem to have these days. So if someone does it once or twice, don’t sweat it. But if it happens a lot, it might be their way of trying to end conversations with you.
  4. You almost never answer a question in one or two sentences. Like if someone asks what time it is, and you tell a story about the great deal you got on your watch . . . they probably don’t care.