Where did the name of the game 'Steal the Bacon' originate?
Throughout History many cause have been effected towards the Bacon Rebellion. In 1676, the Bacon Rebellion took place over the European's desire of cheap land stolen from the Native Americans. This correlates directly with the game Steal the Bacon as the bacon is represented as the land which was the reason for the conflict between Nathaniel Bacon, the English government, and the Natives. So the next time you involve yourself in the game Steal the Bacon, remember not to be like Nathaniel because no one likes a stealer!
Pigs. Canadian bacon is from the centre-cut of a boneless pork loin. A bit of trivia for you, you won't find anything called Canadian Bacon in Canada. It's called Peameal Bacon here. No one can say for sure where the name originated. Best guess is sometime in the 19th century when England imported side bacon from Canada. Someone that translated into Canadian Bacon when it hit the American market.
Bad eggs are actually the name of pokemon that get stolen from a trainer in a game by you. You could use a Action Replay to steal a trainers pokemon, but when you do steal it, there is a small chance it is a "bad egg" pokemon. When it says bad egg on the pokemon name, shut of your handheld system and DO NOT SAVE, because if you do, the game will reset itself.