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Yes, we know everyone loves bacon. But this is going too far.

Finding some success from offering bacon salt, bacon popcorn and baconaise, J&D's Foods must have figured it was time that Americans started inhaling bacon. Not in the "eating so fast it's like you inhaled it" sense of the word, but in the actually breathing it into your lungs sense. So they have created BaconAir, which is a spray inhaler that releases bacon flavored air.

Now NewsFeed rarely puts our foot down on ridiculous, superfluous products--we weren't even upset over alcoholic whipped-cream--but this is just beyond us. (via Village Voice)

(More on TIME.com: See the 50 worst inventions)

(More on TIME.com: See our food columnist defend bacon)

Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/03/31/who-asked-for-this-you-can-now-buy-bacon-air/#ixzz1ICQeOQ7b

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