MoFA

  • Title: “Pac-Man Chip”
  • Media: Waka waka waka waka waka
  • Submitted by: Cindy L.
  • Waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka waka.

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  • Title: “Suffocated Candy”
  • Media: Candy. Plastic wrapper. Lack of oxygen (or whatever it is that candy breathes).
  • Submitted by: Linda C. (Belgium)
  • While most viewers might look at this piece of candy as simply having the expression of terror or fright, but something much darker is shown here. For, you see, the candy's wrapper is still in the background -- providing evidence of the suffocating demise of this fine candy.

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  • Title: “Oatmeal/Craisin Alien… Or, The Craisalien”
  • Media: Oatmeal. Craisins. A-L-I-E-N-S.
  • Submitted by: Janine B.
  • Janine was eating some oatmeal (with craisins) and found this absolutely irrefutable evidence that aliens are amongst us and [REDACTED] [CENSORED] [TOP SECRET] [REDACTED] [SECRET] [CENSORED] [EXTRA VERY TOP SECRET] [REDACTED]!!!!!

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  • Title: “Smiling Fry”
  • Media: French Fry, Pleasant Demeanor, Hat of Ketchup
  • Submitted by: Niels de G.
  • Niels found this amiable little french fry amidst a plate of less personable fries. The pleasant gaze on this fry seems to have earned him a crown of ketchup; but one assumes that he met the same fate that ALL FRENCH FRIES must eventually meet.

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  • Title: “Cheeto Man”
  • Media: Cheetos, obviously. Or, at least, one Cheeto. Something else, certainly, but I have no idea what.
  • Submitted by: C. Murray
  • C. Murray submitted these photos with the note "Cheeto Man in the first image ... is 100% unretouched ..., Cheeto at the beach with friends is pure fantasy!:. That's good to know. If I thought that life-sized Cheetos were out, roaming wild in the world, I'd be simultaneously hungry & terrified. Either way, I'd don a pith helmet and begin tracking the legendary beasts immediately.

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  • Title: “Spooky Bread Face”
  • Media: Bread + Halloween Spirit.
  • Submitted by: Anon.
  • Inside another seemingly "perfect for Halloween" submission comes... SPOOKY BREAD FACE! It's said that you if you speak his name 3 times in front of a mirror at midnight, SPOOKY BREAD FACE will appear to you.

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  • Title: “Happy Margarita”
  • Media: Lime. Tequila. Triple Sec. Fiesta!
  • Submitted by: Stephanie G.
  • Stephanie writes: "After a long day of work, I was happy to see my husband heading my way with a margarita. Imagine my surprise when I looked down and saw the margarita was happy to see me too."

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  • Title: “‘Yoshi/Bowser Love Child’ Tomato”
  • Media: Super Mario Bros., Romantic interludes between heroes & villains.
  • Submitted by: Katherine L.
  • Katherine submitted this photo with only a description of a "smiling tomato;" but we know the truth. This tomato is the love child of an unspeakable 8-bit three way between Yoshi, Bowser and one of those piranha plants that hangs out in the sewers/pipes throughout the world of Super Mario Bros.

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  • Title: “Jesus? Pumpkin Seed”
  • Media: Pumpkin seed and ???
  • Submitted by: Jim T.
  • Jim T. is back with another MoFA submission. This time he is certain that he's found Jesus in a pumpkin seed. To me it looks more like Jabba the Hut, but I guess these kinds of things are subjective. Who do YOU see?

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  • Title: “Goldfish BBQ Potato Chip”
  • Media: BBQ flavorings. Potato. Patent infringement on Goldfish crackers.
  • Submitted by: Anthony C.
  • Anthony was eating a bag of BBQ-flavored potato chips when he found this interesting character. At first glance, one might mistake this for a goldfish-shaped potato chip, but I think Anthony found something much more lucrative. You see, to our best guess, this is evidence that the Potato Chip Industry is looking to move in on the ever-popular Goldfish Cracker market. Most likely, this is one of their early prototypes. I mean, what other reason could there be for such an obviously aquatic vertebrate-shaped chip?

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