Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Cheesus


From the Department of Sacred Food Relics, QG's Houston Bureau of Religious Oddities is proud to report that a Cheesus was found in a bag of Cheetos sold in a local convenience store.

Here's the story from a local TV station.

A quick search of You Tube revealed this is just one of many recent Cheesuses found in the past couple of years, including one previous Houston sighting. So what is Frito-Lay trying to tell us?

6 comments:

Fergie said...

is it ok to eat these?

ROBERTA said...

saw this on countdown last night - perhaps this could start a whole new phenomenon - what would cheesus do? WWCD?

Stushie said...

If you rotate the picture by 270 degrees, you end up with Cirque de Soleil Cheesus balancing on his divine pinky...

Presbyterian Gal said...

There is a mad sculpting employee at the Frito-Lay company who is having the hugest laugh right now. I just know it.

Gabrielle said...

Looks more like the Elephant Man.

Susan said...

When my son was very young, we had a ritual of saying goodnight to all the pictures of friends and family on our refrigerator every night. There was also a postcard we bought in France on the fridge, which was of various cheeses. So along with "good night gramma" and "good night Rosemary", we'd say "good night cheeses". Later, I realized he thought I was saying "goodnight Jesus".
(He also had a joke he came up with that seemed to be somewhat related. Q: "What do noses worship?" A: "Sneezus")