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Monday, September 24, 2012

Watch Nick Offerman Perform Slam Poetry About Bacon

Posted By on Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 12:52 PM

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Here's something to perk up your Monday: There's a new video of Nick Offerman, the actor behind Ron Swanson, Park's & Rec's meat-loving director of the Pawnee Parks Department, performing a slam poetry ode to bacon. It contains bongo drums and lines such as, "Life is diminished down to its grizzly bear essence." It certainly made our lunch hour better.

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The video is part of College Humor's Malarious initiative, which aims to raise malaria awareness and funds to treat children infected with the disease. For as little as a $1 donation, you can watch more than 30 celebrities doing hilarious things in 24 other videos, like Elizabeth Banks getting hit with pies!

And in honor of Offerman's delightful slam poetry performance, here's one of our favorite Ron Swanson moments:

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