Touched by a tater

I’m a little late blogging this one, but had to do it anyway.  Some chef tried the usual get-rich-quick scheme on eBay by auctioning her miracle potato, hoping that a company like Golden Palace Casino would take the bait…even though it was obviously something she did herself.  I mean, come on.  I don’t care how long you’ve been cutting potatoes…God is not going to reveal himself in a fucking vegetable.  Even if those marks weren’t made by the chef, they’re a natural occurrence and not something divine.  But no, the website swears that this is a true miracle (a word overused these days) and she’s determined to sell it to the highest bidder.  At this moment, she’s going for a $1,700 opening bid, and nobody’s placed one yet.  Sigh.  I wish I could find this at least somewhat amusing, as I’m the first to appreciate religious humor, but stuff like this gets more and more pathetic the more I see it.  Thanks to Biker Dude for the link!

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  1. I am Jewish. I cut open a tomato and a perfect Star of David appeared. This did not make the tomato any more tasty.
    Someone, help these people before we are forced to gas them.


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