Rosalie and Jerry Lawson of St. Petersburg, Florida found the image of Jesus Christ on a Lay's sour cream and onion potato chip. The couple is aware of GoldenPalace.com's interest in such curiosities but haven't decided if they even want to sell the holy crisp. From the St. Petersburg Times:
"I was down there by myself" in the TV room, she said. "I said, "Jerry, you've got to see this potato chip.'
"He said, "Yeah.' You know how guys are," she said.
Then, Rosalie Lawson said, her husband suggested, "Well, we can't eat that."
She has shown photos of the chip to fellow churchgoers and to family members, all of whom have been amazed at the resemblance.
Of course, who knows what Jesus looks like?
"You only know what you think he looks like from pictures," said Rosalie Lawson, 55.
Link (via The Anomalist)
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