Hat tip to PZ Myers:
(original at Bob the Angry Flower)
But this seems to me to get Anselm exactly backwards. Anselm would say that for any slice of bacon that existed only in the imagination, a slice just like it that also exists in reality would be more perfect. The views Bob attributes to Anselm seem to me to be unsuitable for use in a proof of the existence of bacon, and to owe more to Plato.