Clothes-iron modified to scorch Virgin of Guadalupe into your clothes

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15 Responses to “Clothes-iron modified to scorch Virgin of Guadalupe into your clothes”

  1. nixiebunny says:

    That would be a big seller here in Tucson, since she can be seen everywhere around these parts, especially in the hipster crowd.

  2. awjt says:

    My shirt just shed a tear.

  3. carolynthomas says:

    Cory, do you have any info on when they might be coming out with the toaster version of this vision device?! 

  4. blueelm says:

    Strange combination: the myth where living things come from dead earth vs a reference to it which requires that something be burned/parched/destroyed.

    I hope that’s intentional.

  5. niktemadur says:

    One of these, and I can turn my house into a tourist attraction, make a killing for a month or two before the exploitable masses wise up… then I’d probably be lynched by those same masses, wouldn’t I?

    You know what?  Never mind.

  6. Kurt Thomas says:

    I don’t see it…

    • voiceinthedistance says:

      Perhaps you don’t have enough faith?  

      Do you see all of the original colors, or does it just look black to you?  I’m guessing that I know the answer.

  7. suburbanhick says:

    Is this what they used to manufacture the Shroud of Turin?

    • Donald Petersen says:

      Not big enough.  The Shroud of Turin was the result of spilling a cocktail of prune juice and holy water into a Hadley-Watson Model 6 Speed Ironer & Folder.

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