Sometimes I find shit on the news that's so incredibly ridiculous that it jolts the mind awake better than a steaming hot cup of java. Today's twit is brought to you by a woman who bit a friggen cheese sandwich ten years ago and then saw the image of the Virgin Mary.
She then keeps the
But I believe this tops the cake, err.. sandwich:
The blessed relic brought bids as high as $22,000 on Ebay before it was 'pulled'.
Pulled? Pulling my leg - or are people that damned idiotic to believe that this chunk of flour, yeast and aged milk can be a true reflection of the Virgin Mary, and thus achieve the status of a holy icon? Even the article title has a major misspelling of Birds for Bids.
Perhaps it was a Freudian Slip by the editors of the Herald? I believe they are giving all of us "the Bird" for even posting such an inane story of religious fervor and auction fever on the internet.
Then again, we are an amazingly ignorant society..