Three Canadian Adventures set a new world record for the fastest trek across Antarctica to the South Pole. The 100 mile journey took them 33 days, 23 hours, and 30 minutes.

The Men had to suffer through altitude sickness, vertigo, and huge blisters. The only thing they had to keep them going was the thrill of setting a world record and bacon. They ate a 7,000 calorie a day diet of deep fried bacon, cheese and huge chunks of butter. So, all you Nutritionist can shove that up your pie hole.

These men set a world record on bacon, cheese and butter. If they had taken the “healthy food” like salad, fruit and granola they would be dead. Luckily they knew all that healthy eating stuff was B.S. They lived and set a new world record.

Thank you Bacon, the world needs you.

By Sean Brett

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2 Responses to Canadians Set Record with the Power of Bacon

  1. Shawn says:

    You mean all I have to do is engage in strenuous activity in forbidding conditions and my diet will suddenly become acceptable?…hmmm…no, don’t think it’s worth the effort.

  2. Jason Mosley says:

    This morning (in Pittsburgh) I think we have forbidding conditions, so today is a good day to eat bacon!

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