how come it is never Buddha in the toast? or on the pets ass ? I mean really...okay...I confess I can't see it ...I wonder if I should get eyes checked..
My cat Jax is growing a Buddha-like belly.
I found Jesus in my sock drawer.
Finally. Proof positive of the miracles of Jesus.What wonderous miracles, setting His image in cats fur, toast, dirty windows, and water stains on rocks.Why heal the sick, when He can begetten more famous by marking up everything with his image. It's how to become a superstar.Once, I found a peanut M&M in the shape of Virgin Mary. I swore I heard angels singing in the background. I ate the M&M, the singing suddenly stopped.I was hungry and I love Peanut M&M's.
Okay. The bathroom door at my parents house is one of those laquered pine ones they put in houses 50 years ago. Ever since I've been about 8, I thought the grain of the door looked just like Jesus. I'm going to take a picture of it and post it on my blog. I've decided it's time for me to make money with this thing. Someone will probably offer big bucks for it on e-Bay. Though I have to say that having Jesus look at you while in the bathroom is somewhat disconcerting.
I am curious because Jeebus seems to be jumping around from so many things these days, toast, Ebay items, windows and spiderwebs. He got the jitterleg?
DrMonkey: He was seeking the "lost socks"nick: long time no see! mmmmm.... peanut M&Ms.... DrDon: check out my archived post where my aunt had a sighting of Jesus watching her son take a shower from a shadow on the tile wall. [link] She actually believes it was him.maria: he's trying to help the poor by letting them make a fortune on a piece of pizza. He shouldn't appear on cats though. They can't sell those on eBay, but Craigslist does allow it.;-)
Also, according to my aunt, and she is completely serious, when you are photographing Jesus images, you don't need to use flash because he's the light of the world.So there, a helpful photographic tip.
When I was a kid, I used to look for four-leaf clovers a lot, and found a few. I should send my kids out to the wood pile to search for Jesus. I could let them have a shiny quarter for every Jesus they find.
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