Comedian Michael Ian Black’s Face Was Laser Etched Onto a Ham

Or, "A Brief History of How LaserHam Was Invented."

Photo: Twitter

Photo: Twitter

It began with a tweet, and the tweet became flesh. Last week, comedian Michael Ian Black, famous for his smug expression and appearances on seminal television classics Michael & Michael Have Issues and Robot Chicken tweeted his interest in lasering portraits on ham.

 

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We live in the age of brands desperately trying to engage with youths via Twitter, so of course, deli meat and cheese producer Dietz & Watson replied:

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Please, Dietz & Watson, indulge him. Heaven knows that VH1 hasn’t called him for an I Love The 80s episode in about a week. Twitter seemed amused, however.

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On the bright side, this reminds us of the time that Paula Deen got hit by a frozen ham. Because hams don’t stand for racism, either.

[via Thrillist]

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