Jesus in caked-on cooking grease

Jesusgreasss OK, so this report came from The Sun. And I know about pareidolia. But I still get a kick out of this image of Jesus that appeared in a baking tray after Oliver Bellerby of Yorkshire, England cooked a burger.
"The Holy Roast"

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  1. Staring at it it looks like he’s biting a calf on the back of its skull as it shrieks in pain. Enjoy that burger for sure.

  2. A total non sequitor : All of these Jesus faces on baking trays, buildings and burgers buns could just as easily be Charles Manson faces.

  3. Gee I was going to say it looked more like Al Pacino in Carlito’s Way basking in the glow of my cleverness.

  4. Get in on eBay, quick! Virgin Mary on toast went for about $30k some time back – albeit to the same class outfit which bought advertising space on some woman’s breasts.

  5. It looks a lot more like Jesus than most of the random stains, but I still resent that “any humanoid form with facial hair” is Jesus and “any humanoid form without facial hair” is Mary.

  6. That’s not Jesus. That’s Kenny Loggins.

    Why’d you think it was Jesus? Because your mama don’t dance, and your daddy don’t rock’n’roll.

  7. All are mistaken.

    It is clearly the image of my personal saviour Flying Spaghetti Monster extending his noodly appendage in a glorious act of unconditional love.

    RAmen

  8. Why would anyone think that Jesus would manifest his image as a burnt grease stain on a pan?

    To “show” us that He Is Everywhere?

    And who stares at a grease stain and sees the face of Christ? This is really more like a Rorschach test, where every image presented reminds the patient of the same thing…

  9. Could be Mohammed, too.
    Or Charlton Heston.
    Or Moses.

    Do these things actually only happen in summer?

  10. …I still resent that “any humanoid form with facial hair” is Jesus and “any humanoid form without facial hair” is Mary.

    Especially since it’s not at all clear that Jesus actually had a beard. (I’ll take it on faith that Mary was beardless, though.)

  11. MDH @1, well, sure, haven’t you heard that famous parable about walking on the beach? At the most troubled times in your life, Jesus is mitigating carbon emissions for you.

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