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May 26, 2005

Bargains of the Day: Holy toast and seashell

by Feòrag

Today we have two bargains to tempt you. First up is a Virgin Mary Image on Toast - Found in Arizona Office:

[Some squiggles on toast]This is a piece of bread, toasted in an office break room, that has an image resembling the Virgin Mother Mary. I looked at it for several minutes and showed it to others in the office and we all agree that it is definitely the Virgin Mary.

We immediately photographed this toast and then put it in an air-tight plastic container to keep it in good condition.

The picture says it all. The Holy Mother Mary is respected by many people and is a religious icon to a majority of the world.

Please only bid on this with good intent. I accept Paypal, money orders, and personal checks. Must send payment within 72 hours of auction end. Thank you and God bless.

And if that wasn't enough excitement for one day, we also found this Jesus inside a Seashell, which will no doubt be of particular interest to Methodists:

[Shiny shell]The world is a gift given to us by God, and we are shown a little taste of heaven itself from time to time we just have to be willing to look beyond what our eyes see and look with out heart. Along with the treasures of life I believe that God leaves little signs or clues that He is still alive and knows what’s going on in our lives. Going up for auction on eBay a small wooden curio cabinet approximately 7" x 10" x 2" filled with various types of beans and a simple sea shell in the middle. Look closely and you can see one of God’s little signs, the image of His Son meekly looking down in the middle of a sea shell made by God’s own hand. You never know this could be a sign that God is around and always with us or just the something that someone needs as a little pick me up! Wouldn’t you like to have one of God’s little signs that we are here for a reason and that he is always going be with us no matter what the circumstances?

Please note this item is not grilled cheese, it won’t rot, decompose or shrivel up and wither away; it is an actual sea shell you will be able to cherish forever just as God’s love for us is everlasting.

Posted in Religious Tat at 22:10. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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1: Posted by: Kathryn Cramer | June 5, 2005 11:40 PM

You've probably already seen this, but David just came home from Book Expo in NYC with a copy of the March 2005 issue of Mad Magazine which contains a 2 page spread entitled "Other Images of Religious Figures in Food Currently Being Offered on EBay." It features such items as "L. Ron Hubbard in manicotti."

Wax lyrical

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