Please don't ask what happened with the bacon. I'm not ready to talk about it.
OK. So, I know it's boring when I talk about food. But since I'm already talking about food, I have a huge question for everybody.
What is bacon?
Like, what is it made out of. Reason I ask is because my stupid human decided to replace my new food with a new new food. She says I need to eat something that lives in the same aisle as Dutch's nasty lamb+apple stuff so she won't forget to buy it.
ME: but I like my old new food.
HUMAN: the bag is almost empty and this one has BACON in it!
ME: then why does the bag say PORK?
HUMAN: silly Pug. Bacon is PORK.
Google says Bacon is a cured meat prepared from a pig. My human says pork is just another word for pig. She doesn't eat pigs or bacon so I'm pretty sure she has no idea what she's talking about.
My human pointed out that Dutch's nasty apple-y food has pictures of apples on the bag and my new new food has pigs. She says if pigs = bacon, then my new new food must be bacon. Even though it says PORK in big giant letters.
But do pictures of pigs mean really mean anything? I mean, what if the food people just like pigs??
We know how I feel about apples.
I'm pretty sure this is some sort of conspiracy. Like maybe a certain gimpy-brained somebody didn't bother to check the ingredient thingy for nasty stuff (like apples) and is now trying to cover it up by telling me I'm eating bacon when I'm really eating pork. And apples.
Should I believe the lies? Does pork = pig = bacon??