Dvorak on Toast
A High Ridge, Mo., woman says she has found Jesus in a bag of Cheetos. Kelly Ramey says, “I think I found Jesus on a Cheeto as funny as that sounds.”

She bought a bag of a local convenience store, and inside the bag she felt something unusual.

“I looked at that and I thought, ‘Oh my that looks like Jesus on the cross.’ It was just like wow,” she says.

Family and friends agree with her. Her daughter says, “I thought it was pretty cool.” But Kelly Ramey’s friend, Sue Edelman, sees something different. “I looked again and I thought a horse head.”

Kelly says her husband has a special name for it. “He calls him Cheesus.”
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Kelly doesn’t plan to sell the Cheeto and will keep it in a safe deposit box.

It’s been years since the Grilled Cheesus. But don’t think for a minute that this is the first Cheesus. One company even sells Him.




  1. nukecernnow says:

    Cool!
    Now I can combine my religious and lactose intolerance.

  2. the answer says:

    Looks like a carrot to me. All Hail the carrot!!! Will we have prayer in aisle 4?

  3. The Monster's Lawyer says:

    Your all going to Taco Hell!

  4. QB says:

    Is this a trans fat free Jesus?

  5. TomB says:

    Reminds me of the notion that if you put a chimpanzee in front of a typewriter, eventually you get Shakespeare.

  6. QB says:

    #5 A chance statistical event? Are you kidding?

    Only an intelligent designer could have created a choose doodle of such subtle complexity. I am horrified that non-cheese eating liberal elitists such as yourself scoff at the idea.

    Obviously we should be teaching this alternative explanation in our childrens’ math classes, after all it’s only a mathematical theory.

  7. Rabble Rouser says:

    I heard that they nicknamed it “Cheezus.”

  8. lou says:

    I would have munched it back and been saved.

  9. fATTY says:

    I keep my Cheetos in a safe deposit box, too.

  10. it's just an expression says:

    I am rapidly losing interest in blogs that keep resurrecting this kind of cheesy reading material.

  11. Sneaker Peet says:

    I’d pay for that Dvorakian toast 🙂

  12. bac says:

    I think we need a tally board. The first religion to see their deity(ies) most in ordinary objects before the world’s end wins. Unless another religion cheats and brings about the apocolypse before the scheduled date.

  13. B. Dog says:

    Maybe it’s not a diety, maybe it is. Hard to say. Check out the 10 second point:

    Trinity Test — First Atomic Bomb

  14. admfubar says:

    god has parkinsons…. only explaination on why he cant draw anymore.

  15. eyeofthetiger says:

    Easy is cheesey and cheesey is good.

  16. Alex says:

    I once found a cheese puff that looked exactly like an erect, circumcised phallus, scrotum and all. Which, given the amount of penis envy in the States, we might as well start openly worshipping the All-mighty Dong.

    I set it aside and questioned my friends as to what I should do with it, vis a vis ingestion. Ultimately, I waited long enough that by the time I did get to eating it, it was stale.

  17. Gary, the dangerous infidel says:

    Here’s a test….. if it’s really Jesus and you eat it, it’ll just come back up.

  18. Nimby says:

    The international version of CNN spent an inordinate amount of time yesterday showing some cat with an image of Jesus in it’s fur!!! The owners even claim you can see Jesus is wrapped in the Shroud of Turin.

    God save us from the religious kooks.

    And religion.

  19. ibdense says:

    For years I have wanted to open a fondue restaurant called Cheesus Crust.

  20. Nicole says:

    I totally understand because I have a peice of beef jerky that looks just like the pope.. no lies… its insane


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