I didn’t panic,” [Mary Jo] Coady told the Herald. “I was carrying the laundry, looked down at the iron and there was the image of Jesus. I picked it up and asked my daughters to take a look at it to make sure I wasn’t crazy.”…

My faith was down, but seeing this made me think, wow, Jesus is there.”

To me, it looks more like René Descartes. But I’m probably just in denial.

Thanks, K B




  1. Faxon says:

    Sphinx, Mona Lisa, Ben Franklin, Three noses. If Jesus wasn’t busy putting his picture on this lady’s iron, maybe he could have saved the cops in Washington.

  2. sargasso says:

    Definitely the Mona Lisa

  3. Sam says:

    I see the Mona Lisa or the Cydonia face. Also my dresser drawer looks like it’s smiling at me and I really want some cookies.

  4. McCullough says:

    Agreed, Mona in a straight jacket. But hey, at least this looks like something.

  5. John E. Quantum says:

    Let’s hope her life is happy from now on. She also needs to carefully examine all of her grilled cheese sandwiches for further communications from Yahweh.

  6. honeyman says:

    My vote is on Ben Franklin. The woman is sadly mistaken.

  7. raster says:

    And the Shroud of Turin was labeled “Dry Clean Only”

    Of course I was ironing holy socks

    The really weird part? The “Jesus Saves” t-shirt I was ironing now has a picture of an iron on it!

    OK, OK, no need to throw things…

  8. Non says:

    Kenny

  9. gal416 says:

    Gallagher

  10. Faxon says:

    In these times of financial strife, I think the thing to do is start crafting holy faces onto everyday items, and flood ebay with them. Honestly, if people are that stupid, it is the least we can do to relieve them of some cash. I have a bottle of hand cleanser right here….

  11. Uncle Dave says:

    Riff Raff from Rocky Horror

  12. Jim says:

    That is an image of Mohammad. This is really bad for that iron.

  13. hhopper says:

    Here’s a larger photo:

    It really doesn’t look like much.

  14. deowll says:

    I went to church this morning and donated.

    To me it looks like she needs to clean her iron because she’s got crap on it.

  15. RandomGuy says:

    Klingon?

  16. Faxon says:

    Homer Simpson

  17. Faxon says:

    The really disgusting part is the way the news crews run right, over falling all over themselves to put this crap on television. Really, we could do with a total ban of religious faces appearing on Dvorak.org/blog.

  18. Faxon says:

    I am a news photographer. I once had to go and shoot a sawn off tree limb because the sap oozing out of the limp stump looked like something to some people. I won’t even dignify this post with what religious figure it was, but there were glass candle jars all over the place below the sappy tree stump.

  19. McCullough says:

    #20. Hey YOU photographed it, that makes YOU part of the problem.

    The correct thing to do would be to quit your job.

    Just kidding.

  20. AdmFubar says:

    hhhmmm oddly jesus always appears as a scorch mark on something..
    conclusion??!!!!!!

    jesus is burning in hell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  21. chris says:

    Maybe she just needs to turn the iron down a bit.

  22. TTHor says:

    What people do for 15 minutes of fame…

    Sic transit gloria mundi!

  23. Animby says:

    When they sell it on eBay, her husband will finally forgive her for ruining his best shirt.

    You’d think that God and Mary and Jesus, etc. would be able to get a better pic of themselves. Heaven must not have caught on to digital images, yet. Still making albumin prints or some such.

    GOD IS A LUDDITE.

  24. chuck says:

    Why do all these images of Jesus (and also Mary) all look like Caucasians? Jesus (and his mom) were both Jews of Middle-eastern descent.

  25. sargasso says:

    #26. There’s a scorch marked iron in Massachusetts that says otherwise.

  26. Troublemaker says:

    Jesus sure does get around these days…

  27. pwuk says:

    Did HE do the ironing? Thought not the lazy bastard


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