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  • Title: “Dracula Pepper”
  • Media: Green bell pepper. Thirst for blood.
  • Submitted by: Sarah N. (Ohio)
  • Sarah was innocently making herself the most delicious of all foods, pizza, when she cut into a bell pepper to use as one of her toppings. Much to her surprise, she found this likeness of one of the most reviled creatures of the night: a vampire. { Gasp! } She promptly snapped this photo as evidence and, as far as we're aware, was never heard from again.

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  • Title: “Grumpy French Toast”
  • Media: French Toast. Waking up on the wrong side of the... pan.
  • Submitted by: Diane N. (Chicago, IL)
  • Diane discovered the grumpiest piece of French Toast we've ever seen. Although, if you look at it the right way, it could be an angry pirate. Hmm. YOU DECIDE!

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  • Title: “The Taco That Eats YOU”
  • Media: Taco. Self-Awareness. Hunger for vengeance.
  • Submitted by: Amy K.
  • Amy K. warns "eat up, before your taco eats you!" after she found this horrid visage staring up at her from her dinner plate.

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  • Title: “Heartio”
  • Media: Cheerio. Warm & fuzzy feelings.
  • Submitted by: Colleen H.
  • Colleen found this Cheerio shaped like a heart on the inside. I could go on, but let's just agree that this is adorable and doesn't require further description.

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  • Title: “Cheshire Smiley Meat”
  • Media: Soup. Meat. Famous Feline.
  • Submitted by: Ryan R.
  • Ryan's coworker found this smiling meat staring back at him from his mall food court soup. Unsettling, to be sure, but really this meat was only revealing itself to be the latest incarnation of the Cheshire Cat.

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  • Title: “Return of the Donut Monsters”
  • Media: Donuts. Muppet-like googly eyes. The ability to breed and/or replicate.
  • Submitted by: Jim T.
  • After Jim discovered this first Donut Monster, he returned to his local bakery to find yet another, similar creature had taken up residence in the shop. Fearing that he someone may have opened up a portal to a donut-based parallel universe, Jim snatched up this latest creature to add to his collection. He then did the only thing that one could imagine doing: he used them to create an updated version of Grant Wood's "American Gothic."

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  • Title: “Sacred Heart Potato”
  • Media: Potato. Religious Devotion. Highest bidder.
  • Submitted by: Rhonda A.
  • Rhonda A. discovered a potato that she says resembles the "Sacred Heart of Jesus" (a famous religious devotion of the Catholic faith). She's not sure if it should be classified as a "sign," "miracle" or "other," but we all agreed that it has a home here in the MoFA's 'Religious Artifacts' wing. Naturally, this item is also available for bidding through eBay. Have a look quickly, though, there are only 9 days left! (as of this posting)

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  • Title: “Cheerful Bread”
  • Media: Bread. Sunshiny Cheerfulness.
  • Submitted by: Anon.
  • This may be the most cheerful & pleasant piece of bread I've ever laid my eyes upon. And, yet, he communicates this good cheer without an obviously happy smile. A complex fellow, this piece of bread is.

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