Nick Offerman, mustachioed star of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," has blessed us all with this slam poetry tribute to bacon, one of America's foremost culinary delights.
Sporting a baseball cap and a Willie Nelson t-shirt, Offerman bangs on bongos and jams, "I listen, my nostrils widen, I'm stricken, it's bacon."
"The world is split into two halves: the bacon and the bacon-eaters," he continues.
Offerman's bacon tribute is part of a series of sketches from College Humor's Malarious project, which gets celebrities -- like Elizabeth Banks and Joss Whedon -- to star in ridiculous videos on behalf of malaria eradication.
From College Humor:
More than 30 celebrities. 24 videos. One cause. Millions of stupid, awful, disgusting mosquitoes. Pay a dollar, five dollars, or whatever you want, and watch these comedy stars do awesome things to help squash this awful disease.
The Malarious team is also responsible for Rainn Wilson's recent video "Your Facebook is False."
To support the cause, visit College Humor's Malarious site.