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March 12, 2005

Bargain of the Day: One crisp, slightly damaged.

by Feòrag

Not the Virgin Mary this time, but a simpler simulacrum in the form of this L@@K~CRUCIFIX - CHRISTIAN ICON - POTATO CHIP ~ UNIQUE!!:

[A crisp with a cross cut into it]You are bidding on this rare potato chip in the shape of the Christian icon or symbol.



This particular chip is from a collection of potato chips I have collected over the years.I recently sold a shamrock chip on Ebay. It is now available to the highest bidder of this auction. Regardless of your belief, you can now own this timeless artifact. With the coming holidays approaching, you are at the right place at the right time to bid on this item.

You have seen potato chips, sandwiches, loaves of bread,ect that resemble the virgin Mary or other religious people or symbols.

Now, you can own this wonderful crucifix chip.

This is not some cheap immitation nor a reproduction, it is a real potato chip with a Christian symbol or icon. It is the real deal. Whether the winning bidder is Golden Palace, the Vaticant, a collector of rare artifacts, or even an average person. This chip is available to the one with the highest bid. You will not be disappointed with this item.

Posted in Religious Tat at 20:35. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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1: Posted by: Alyx | March 13, 2005 10:34 AM

Why on earth would anyone bother to make a cheap imitation of a damaged crisp?

2: Posted by: Thomas Ware | March 13, 2005 5:11 PM


Many thanks to Ms. Carol for pointing me in this direction - by the time I get through the blogroll I read to her site, and then to this point, I'm ready for some good fun. You don't disappoint.

3: Posted by: Feòrag | March 15, 2005 12:12 AM

Alyx: Or even an "immitation", whatever that might be -- I can't find my dictionary of Christian English right now.

Wax lyrical

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