34 Posts Tagged 'ebay'

Orange

Jesus and Mary both decided to appear in this man's orange. Mary's head is apparently between Jesus's legs, which is disturbing. And instead of selling on ebay, this man has an even more inspired idea: sell pictures of the orange for even more money!

This thing supposedly looks like Jesus and Mary.
Tags: orange, ebay
May 04, 2010 @ 1:47 AM PDT by Wesley

Door, again

Man, Jesus sure likes doors. He appeared on yet another one, and of course it was immediately put on ebay. Shockingly, there were no bids.

This thing supposedly looks like Jesus.
Tags: ebay, door
May 03, 2010 @ 7:07 AM PDT by Wesley

Chair

Jesus manifests himself on a dining room chair... after five years of ownership - and of course it immediately goes on eBay. And you know this is legitimate because it was an atheist who spotted it! The auction listing doesn't mention this, but it's likely the heathen was immediately converted to a staunch Christian.

The auction starting price is $100. What a deal!

Hat tip: No-Name247

This thing supposedly looks like Jesus.
Tags: chair, ebay
September 30, 2009 @ 8:14 AM PDT by Wesley

More Trees

This person was cutting up a tree when Jesus decided to appear on one of the pieces. And of course it ended up on ebay; the bidding was up to the fantastic sum of $20 before the seller canceled it.

According to the ebay listing, Jesus didn't appear right away, but "within two hours." Maybe Jesus was having coffee and was a little delayed.

This thing supposedly looks like Jesus.
Tags: tree, ebay
September 13, 2009 @ 7:21 AM PDT by Wesley

Catfish

Jesus Fish is now more than a silly bumper sticker - it is reality as he makes himself appear in this skull of a catfish. And of course, it went up for auction, though it's not apparent how much it went for. At least a few thousand, surely.

This thing supposedly looks like Jesus.
Tags: catfish, bone, ebay
August 26, 2009 @ 11:16 AM PDT by Wesley

Grape

The mother/wife/virgin mistress of God has now appeared on a grape.

Ms. Ginn said she is thinking about trying to sell the grape on eBay, where others have sold food reincarnations of religious figures. Any profit would go to her church, Fielder Road Baptist Church in Arlington, she said.

She said she has no intention of trivializing the experience.

"I'm all for showing that God sometimes does have a sense of humor," she said.

Even though she sees no deep meaning in the grape, it was still obviously caused by the Lord. At least, as soon as she can make a profit.

This thing supposedly looks like Mary.
Tags: Grape, ebay
March 07, 2009 @ 4:00 PM PST by Wesley

Ceiling stain

Yet another example of Jesus the voyeur, as he spies on women in a weight loss clinic.

"I think its the silhouette and kind of a partial beard," said Dominique Sartin, Body Shoppe staff member. "She said if it had leaked a little more it would be a beard on the other side too."

Double Jesus?

They're considering selling it on E-Bay.

The Lord would be proud.

This thing supposedly looks like Jesus.
February 10, 2009 @ 4:00 PM PST by Wesley

Dog door

So I did my semi-occasional Google search for recent Jesus appearances... and found a bunch of new ones just in the last month or two. And I am not anywhere close to running out of not-recent Jesus sightings in my bookmarks. I guess we should feel blessed that Jesus likes the world so much. I mean, not only did he die for our sins, but he keeps making himself appear in a bunch of random crap! And in the scheme of things, which is really more important? I think we all know the answer.

Last month, Jesus decided to manifest himself in a dog door.

Before the sighting, two unruly dogs ran the house. Bowman planned on getting rid of them, putting one to sleep. Once he saw the imagine, things changed. Some are calling the change a "divine intervention."

"I believe it was divinely created. It's too much of a coincidence," says Bowman. "The dogs created the image that saved their lives."

Bowman's 12-year-old son says the door creates all kinds of miracles from making his family happier to fixing things.

"Our ice machine was broken for a long time and it wasn't working yesterday, but then today there is ice," says son Sean Vasquez. "I guess it's the miracle of Jesus."

Obviously, these are true miracles. How could Jesus resist saving a dog's life or fixing an ice machine? I mean, it's not like there's anything more important he could be doing.

And of course, the dog door went up on ebay. It sold for $1,185.

This thing supposedly looks like Jesus.
Tags: Dog door, ebay
January 25, 2009 @ 4:00 PM PST by Wesley

Pita bread

Jesus appears in a piece of pita bread, and is once again auctioned off.

One morning, this New Zealand gentleman woke up to cook some pita bread.

Oddly enough one piece even looked like the "face" of Jesus. I was tempted to eat it but for some reason I didn't... I guess what you all want to know is whether it's a coincidence or real apparition. I'm not really sure.

How can you not be sure? It's Jesus's face! What other possible explanation could there be, other than that an all-powerful deity made his face appear into a piece of pita bread? Coincidence?

The auction ended only a couple of weeks ago, for a grand total of NZ$215. So that's like 5 cents American, right?

This thing supposedly looks like Jesus.
January 19, 2009 @ 4:00 PM PST by Wesley

More french fries

A "one of a kind relic" French fry cross is for sale on ebay.

From the item description:

I ate lunch at Burger King (10th & Mulvane St, Topeka, KS) today. I almost ate this, but then recognized it as the most important symbol of history. I have seven different witnesses , plus cell phone video of me turning down an in-store interview request from Phillip Anderson, Topeka Capitol-Journal journalist and photographer. I turned it down because I want to remain anonymous.

ALL proceeds from this auction will be given given to one organization that will help the following five global problems, as spelled out by Rick Warren, Pastor of Saddleback Church and author of Purpose Driven Life, during his Davos Question session.

Five Global Problems on the Planet
1. extreme poverty
2. pandemic diseases
3. illiteracy
4. corruption
5. spiritual emptiness

Current bid is $1.40, with four bids. I'm sure that will do a lot to cure my spiritual emptiness.

Auction still has a few days to go. I'll update with the results.

Update: The cross sold for $3 US with 7 bids.

This thing supposedly looks like Jesus.
June 07, 2008 @ 5:00 PM PDT by Wesley