Nobody Wants to Enter the Bacon Tomb
One momentous day Carl wondered what would happen if he sealed a strip of bacon and a raw egg in their own airtight plastic compartments. Two months later the bacon strip transformed into a putrid fat-erupting shell of its former self while the egg's physical appearance stayed the same as the day it was cracked.
Fast forward to a year later and oh, how things have changed. The bacon turned into a semi-translucent slab with patches of fungal matter while the egg broke down into a cloudy honey-colored mass. When nature wants to break down organic matter, it gets the job done.
And now you know what happens when you allow a strip of bacon and a raw egg to rot in airtight containers in the corner of your desk for a year. Remember to refrigerate your food, folks.