La Virgen de Guadalupe on the Can

People have seen the face of Jesus and His mom in a variety of settings. The list of items is diverse but oddly enough stays mostly within culinary confines. Toast, tortillas, and spaghetti are but a few examples.

Oddly enough, some people turn these items into objects of veneration (at best) or worship (at worst). Don’t know what happens once said items succumb to one of nature’s most inexorable forces: mold. Relic, heal thyself, maybe?

Well one “relic” that doesn’t have to worry about mold is a trash can in our lunch area at work. Is it just me or is the object of my native land’s idolatry etched into the plastic?

Virgin Mary in Trash Can
[Photo credit: me]

This post was em, inspired by the following slideshow:

“Religious Sightings”

I like how a crying “Mother Nature” made it into the slideshow. Cue up Mr. Goah, “The planet has a fevah…”

And the only cure is more cowbell!

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