Virgin Mary Grilled Cheese


#1

Check out this genuine Marion apparition, well preserved, and for sale on e-bay. The price is a little steep, but it will give you a good laugh.:smiley:

cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dl…5535890757&rd=1

When you are done type “grilled cheese” into the search window, what a riot.:rotfl:


#2

I reported that to EBay. I hope they cancel the listing.


#3

They did. Then they reinstated it. Supposedly there is no mold on the sandwich.


#4

This is the kind of thing that affirms the Protestant sensibility that we are superstitous apparition chasing nutjobs. Please Catholics stop finding the virgin Mary in your chips, sandwhiches etc your giving your faith a disservice.


#5

Yeah, I think too many Catholics are trying to see signs.

However, and I kid you not. I have this picture that was given by a
co worker of my fathers who’s relative was taking pictures at this place where the Virgin Mary was supposed to have been appearing. He gave us a blown up copy and She is visibly present wearing a blue and white dress while the rest of the faithfull are ignoring Her. I’d show you it if I could get my scanner working. Anyways, I believe the guy who originally took the pic, is on his way to becoming a priest.


#6

[quote=Maccabees]This is the kind of thing that affirms the Protestant sensibility that we are superstitous apparition chasing nutjobs. Please Catholics sto[p finding the virgin Mary in your chips, sandwhiches etc your giving your faith a disservice.
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Do you really think that person is Catholic? It almost seemed like they put that on sale to mock Catholicism. I mean, seriously…
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#7

Check out this genuine Marion apparition, well preserved, and for sale on e-bay. The price is a little steep, but it will give you a good laugh

Sorry LetsObeyChrist, it’s sadistic bigots like yourself that calls it a “genuine Marian apparition”. We don’t. I think it’s cheesy, not funny at all, and no decent Catholic would commit such a sacriledge with a grill cheese sandwich. It’s probably the actions of a satanic funnymentalist who has to resort to this kind of thing in a vain attempt to discredit the Church. They, like you, certainly can’t use truth.

I think it’s time we all petition the moderators to ban this sick wacko. I’ve had enough of his insulting Jesus’ mother time and time again.


#8

[quote=kepha1]Sorry LetsObeyChrist, it’s sadistic bigots like yourself that calls it a “genuine Marian apparition”. We don’t. I think it’s cheesy, not funny at all, and no decent Catholic would commit such a sacriledge with a grill cheese sandwich. It’s probably the actions of a satanic funnymentalist who has to resort to this kind of thing in a vain attempt to discredit the Church. They, like you, certainly can’t use truth.

I think it’s time we all petition the moderators to ban this sick wacko. I’ve had enough of his insulting Jesus’ mother time and time again.

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Kepha1,
Sorry, no LetsObeyChrist here. I don’ t think it is genuine, I was just having a laugh at the nutjob who posted it, and the nutjobs who bid extremely large amounts of money for it. I suppose it might make us look bad in the eyes of those who think that we are all like that, but we aren’t. For anyone who doesn’t know it already, the Catholic church does not promote, nor have they ever sanctioned an apparition which appears on food.

I agree that it is “cheesy”. :rotfl:


#9

I can’t believe someone is foolish enough to spend money on something like that…it is just beyond me.


#10

[quote=Juxtaposer]Do you really think that person is Catholic? It almost seemed like they put that on sale to mock Catholicism. I mean, seriously…
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My guess is that the person trying to sell it, is obviously more in it for the money especially when its on e-bay.


#11

Hey, I have an old, dried up hot dog that looks like Frank Sinatra if you squint when you look at it…crooked. Yours if the price is right, bidding starting at $20,000.00


#12

It looks more like Heather Graham to me…


#13

Is it terrible that I can’t see it? :o


#14

I think it looks like Marylin Monroe or pop-singer Madonna. :yup:


#15

Hi everyone! :wave:

I started a thread on this same topic in a different forum. Apparently there are some copy-cats out there selling their wares on e-bay. They are absolutely hilarious!!! Check them out. I couldn’t stop laughing!

forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=22726 Post #8

In Christ,
Nancy :slight_smile:


#16

actually, I think it looks like Marylin Monroe. :rotfl:

Compare them. She’s come back from the dead to rid the world of grilled cheese sandwiches!

cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dl…item=5535890757
marilynmonroe.com/about/photos12.htm (3rd photo in 2nd row)
marilynmonroe.com/about/photos23.htm (2nd photo in first row)


#17

E-Bay is getting way to much publicity over this, so there’s no way they’ll cancel the listing unfortunately. I can’t believe there are nutbars out there willing to pay thousands of dollars for it.

What’s really sad is that if you read the guy’s description he believes that the sandwich has ‘blessed’ him since he’s recently won $70,000 at the casino. To believe that Mary would intercede to help him win at the casino is the biggest sacrilidge of all…


#18

:amen:


#19

Two years ago our TV News reported on an abandoned pick up truck behind a poor person’s country farm house. Te truck was rusted all over with no visable paint.

On the driver’s door you could see an image ( if you looked carefullty) of the Virgin de Guadalupe. Many visitors came to take pictures. Then we never heard of it again.


#20

[quote=Dave]E-Bay is getting way to much publicity over this, so there’s no way they’ll cancel the listing unfortunately. I can’t believe there are nutbars out there willing to pay thousands of dollars for it.

What’s really sad is that if you read the guy’s description he believes that the sandwich has ‘blessed’ him since he’s recently won $70,000 at the casino. To believe that Mary would intercede to help him win at the casino is the biggest sacrilidge of all…
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This further confirms my Marilyn Monroe hypothesis. I bet SHE would bring good fortune at a casino.

I could not see Our Lady taking much of an interest in roulette.


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