Face time: fun with food edition

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  1. jono51 says:

    I f I find the Virgin Mary in my pancake I can sell it on eBay for lots of money!

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  2. I once saw Jesus on my toast.

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    • How do you rate? The best I’ve ever seen on mine was Millard Fillmore.

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      • Hopefully you’ll graduate to a former prez of greater recognition, like Martin Van Buren.

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        • I was hoping for William Henry Harrison, myself…

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          • Back in the early ’90s when I was a bank teller, a customer came to my window who was named William Henry Harrison. When I remarked that was also the name of one of our presidents, he replied unimpressively that he was a direct descendent of the ninth president. He was rather nonplussed by his lineage because his mother kept making a big deal about it until he got tired of hearing it. He then said something about he heard that the original WHH wasn’t that good of a president anyway. I pointed out that we have no idea what kind of a president he could have been because he died a month after taking office.

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  3. egorr says:

    BoB, I *really* enjoy these, I just never see the world in this way.

    Must be my Engineering degree, ’cause I see the Real World and only notice science-related things. Thingies.

    But I DO enjoy sunsets and sunrises – there’s hope!!

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  4. Another great pareidolia set, BoB.

    Sad burrito is sad, but happy pistachio ice cream is happy!

    The beverage-foam images were unusual. The wine-bottle bubbles skull was so good it invites accuastions of p’shopping.

    The manatee croissants look much more like manatees than the marshmallow search manatees from the other day.

    And that coffee foam image looks suspiciously like something someone might go all jihad about.
    😮

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    • Yeah, I must have manatees on the brain or something. You may be right about the marshmallow puzzle — maybe those were seals. They looked like manatees to me, but no one would ever accuse me of knowing much about marine biology (or any other branch of science). There’s a reason why I majored in English.

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      • ibikenyc says:

        I think they look like manatees myself; I picture seals as having a pointier snout. They also looked baby-whale-ish to me or a little bit like a cartoon version of catfish.

        (However, I, too, am science-impaired, so. . . )

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    • ibikenyc says:

      I was just thinking that those croissants remind me of that puzzle!

      Great minds, and all that 😉

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    • ibikenyc says:

      Thanks; I’d been wondering what the green stuff is!

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  5. Thanks for the laughs, Bluebird!

    I especially like your Thought for the Day: “I made a graph showing my past relationships. It has an ex axis and a why axis.” Lol lol lol… I needed that laugh! In a couple of hours I will be leaving for the Albuquerque airport, to take a Southwest airlines flight to Connecticut. My granddaughter is getting married on Sunday. My ex and my daughter’s ex will be there.

    Why axis, indeed. . .

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  6. ibikenyc says:

    I LOVE these!

    I hope all my Swiss is as happy to see me as I am to see it 🙂

    (That poultry item is actually kinda terrifying!)

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  7. Jennie says:

    This is great!

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