Jesus Crepe

Kyle made crepes for his girlfriend over the weekend. But the result was not what he had expected.

When they looked at their food, both were shocked by what they saw.

As Kyle explained via email:

Very clearly it is the image of Jesus!

JesusCrepe


He looked so happy and joyous we found our hearts filled with wonder.

I can see why. It’s uncanny, the resemblance.

But wait!

When the plate was turned to get a better look at the Son of God, Kyle and his girlfriend were devastated.

This was not a Happy Jesus.

No, this truly was an angry and upset Jesus. I think he’s even puking at the sight of his children:

JesusCrepe2

Kyle doesn’t know what to do!

So now I’m confused. Is Jesus happy or sad? Why would Jesus provide
us with an image of himself that is open to two interpretations? Why
couldn’t he have left a “This End Up” arrow that made it clear which
face we were meant to see?

Jesus can be so mysterious sometimes.


[tags]atheist, atheism, Christian, Mother Teresa, cinnamon roll, grilled cheese, eBay[/tags]

  • Tao Jones

    The crepes were, by the way, divine.

  • http://misterjebsblog.blogspot.com Tina B.

    That’s funny!

  • http://blueshifted.org Andy

    The first shot is clearly not just Jesus, but Jesus with a black eye, turning the other cheek!

  • grazatt

    How the F— is that supposed to look like Jesus? It looks more like the dog from the Little Rascals !

  • Mriana

    That’s the image of Jesus? How do they know? It doesn’t look like much of anything to me. :S

  • Tao Jones

    Mriana, you don’t see ANYTHING?

    I’m Kyle (from the story) by the way.

  • http://stereoroid.com/ brian t

    Holy Crepe… I’m a believer! Hang on, turn the plate again, and we have a Pirate sucking a lemon! Arrrr… me hearties!

  • Richard Wade

    That’s not Jesus, there’s no beard. Clearly that’s the Virgin Mary. Remember: With beard = Jesus. Without beard = Virgin Mary. Glad we could clear this up.

    Then again it could be Elvis…

  • Richard Wade

    grazatt and Mriana, remember you have to believe first, then you see it.

    Uh-huh.

  • grazatt

    Well then, I believe that it is Pete http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pete_the_Pup
    prove to me that it isn’t

  • HappyNat

    How the F— is that supposed to look like Jesus? It looks more like the dog from the Little Rascals !

    I thought that dog WAS Jesus.

  • Mriana

    I don’t see anything that says it’s Jesus. How about that? Looks like a kiddy crepe to me.

  • Thrawn

    But what about the third face? The one where Jesus is suprised that he’s been punched in both eyes (one black, one swolen). He even has a beard with a soul patch.

  • WMontana

    It looks like Cartman from South Park.

    “Respect my authoritah”

  • stogoe

    It’s obviously The Poky Little Puppy. Or a pouting pirate.

  • http://darwinsdagger.blogspot.com Darwin’s Dagger

    That’s an eye patch. It’s a pirate. FSM be praised!

  • Tao Jones

    That’s an eye patch. It’s a pirate. FSM be praised!

    OMFSM you’re right!!

    So close to Talk Like a Pirate Day and all!

  • http://www.skepchick.org writerdd

    Anyone who sees Jesus in that is on drugs.

  • Mriana

    Oh a new drug test! :D I passed with flying colours then. :lol:

  • http://www.bozena.typepad.com bozena

    I’m the girlfriend of Kyle and that’s my crepe!! And I ate Jesus. He was, by far, the most god damn deeee-licious crepe i’ve ever had.

  • Mriana

    I ate Jesus too! Only he was chocolate at the time and not a crepe. :lol:

  • http://www.homestarrunner.com/vcr_ss.html Marzipan

    The second one looks like Strong Sad! :O

  • http://www.sketchsepahi.com SketchSepahi

    That’s no big deal. Catholics eat Jesus all the time too. They even drink his blood. Catholics are per definition cannibalistic vampires.

  • Mriana

    Episcopalians eat his body and drink his blood every Sunday too. That came from an old pagan ritual where they literally did eat the body and drink the blood of their human or animal sacrifice after they sacrificed it to the god(s). The belief was that they were ingesting the essence of that person or animal so it would live on in them forever, which is basically the same theme to eating and drinking JC, only it’s symbolized by a wafer and wine.

    Of course, Christians love to deny this, but the thing is, it’s true, regardless of what they say and it would take a person who doesn’t think for themselves not to realize this is true, much less even research the topic.

  • dogma

    You’re a creep!

  • Mriana

    Careful dogma, my catma might eat you. :lol:

  • coalbanks

    Looks more like the comic book guy in Springfield.

  • keklol

    You mean the comicbook guy looks like jesus? I always imagined he’d be thinner, what with being the son of god and all.
    Unless obesity is a requirement for entry into heaven?
    hm…

  • One-lamb-of God

    It looks like now the pan-cakes are crying out.

    Luke 19:39-42

    39 And some of the Pharisees from among the multitude said unto him, Master, rebuke thy disciples.

    40 And he answered and said unto them, I tell you that, if these should hold their peace, the stones would immediately cry out.

    41 And when he was come near, he beheld the city, and wept over it,

    42 Saying, If thou hadst known, even thou, at least in this thy day, the things which belong unto thy peace! but now they are hid from thine eyes.
    KJV

    In Christ,
    Connie

  • http://www.cogspace.com/ Katie Molnar

    Connie…

    1. That “citation” is about… stones?
    2. It’s not prophecy, either. It’s history. Look at the whole, you know… past-tense.. thing.
    3. What does this have to do with anything?
    4. Go away.
    5. Also, this is a crepe, not a pancake.
    6. There is no such thing as a “pan-cake”.
    7. I’m just going to pad this list to get to ten
    8. like they did with the commandments.
    9. Barbecue
    10. sauce.

    Also, that crepe looks delicious. I’m so hungry ;_;


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