The Museum of Food Anomalies™ is an online exhibition of real food gone horribly wrong.
The Museum of Food Anomalies presents:
Sacred Heart Potato
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)
Update: bidding ended on June 20, 2011 at $0.99 from 1 bid (+$4.95 shipping). The eBay listing read:
“For Sale: One Sacred Heart of Jesus Potato. This item is a one of a kind miracle of nature with a striking resemblance to another miracle, and is in my vegetable bin in my refrigerator. This lil’ potato bares a striking resemblance to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and measures exactly 3″ x 2″. This item is sure to put anyone who collects weird relics on the map. Hurry, only one available and it has an expiration date.“
I totally bid $.99 on the potato it’s first run on eBay