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March 11, 2005

Bargain of the Day: filthy dog door

by Feòrag

If you have at least $1000 (US) going spare, you could invest it in a large dog-sized cat flap. It's a bit mucky, but with a bit of creative interpretation, you can see that the VIRGIN MARY IMAGE HAS APPEARED!! ON DOGGIE DOOR.

This is a image of Virgin Mary that appeared on my dogs doggie door, about 4 yrs ago. You are bidding on the doggie door ONLY. (However, you can email me with any questions about the dog house.) Please, only serious bidders!

Our cat flap is just as dirty...

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1: Posted by: redbird | March 12, 2005 1:51 AM

And now I'm wondering if I'm willing to take advantage of the gullible believers by finding/inventing/creating a "Virgin Mary" apparition on something in my home.

Probably not: I'd have to live with myself afterwards.

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2: Posted by: Feòrag | March 12, 2005 1:54 AM

Extra marketing value can be obtained by selling the same image in other markets as "The Goddess&quo;t.

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3: Posted by: pericat | March 12, 2005 5:23 AM

I had no idea the Virgin Mary bore so much resemblance to:

  • a chess pawn
  • a finial
  • a Swedish Modern dildo

4: Posted by: Red Wolf | March 13, 2005 3:12 AM

So it's just over five days to go, but I am heartened to see there are no bidders. That thing is foul.

5: Posted by: Feòrag | March 13, 2005 1:19 PM

I had a look at our cat flap today. Can't decide if the image which has appeared on it is the Rolling Stones' tongue logo, or whether Fluff the Plush Cthulhu has been drawing brains on it.

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