Re: This is not bacon (resub)
Time to get all humorless up in here! Aw yeah.
1. Canadians don't refer to ANYTHING as Canadian bacon. That is a purely American term.
2. "Canadian bacon" is used to refer to back bacon (which is a type of bacon) but it is also used, irrationally, to refer to a type of ham. The picture you have here is a type of ham. It's not even back bacon. No Canadian, French-speaking or otherwise, would call it bacon. In my opinion, no one anywhere should call it bacon.
3. "Bacon" is an Anglicism, not actually commonly used in French. When it is used in French, it is italicized to indicate that it is of foreign origin.
4. "The Treachery of Images" is notoriously badly parodied. The point of "The Treachery of Images" is that the picture is of a pipe, but because it is just a picture, it is not really a pipe, hence the caption. Your picture is captioning something that isn't a picture of bacon, with the caption "this isn't bacon".
I love Magritte and I love bacon and I think calling this kind of ham "bacon" is nonsensical, so you'd think I'd be the ideal wearer of this shirt, but the concept is flawed. I think if that caption had said "this is bacon", that might have been sneakily brilliant. But as is, no.
I will say that your imitation of Magritte's style and writing is very good.