Monday, August 13, 2007

God in eggplant Amazing

eggplant

Felicia Teske of Boothwyn, Delaware County was preparing fried eggplant for dinner. Upon slicing the eggplant she noticed that the seeds in one slice appeared to spell out the word "GOD". Her husband Paul looked at the sliced eggplant and couldn't believe it either, calling Action News. Felicia told Action News that she recently had family members pass away and it is comforting that "GOD" appeared.

34 comments:

  1. Clearly she is unworthy of this message. Gid has spoken to her, but she has denied him!

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  2. looks more like Gie to me

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  3. That's nothing. Everytime I put a banana to my ear, I hear Charles Darwin talking to me.

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  4. Finally an explanation for my unanswered prayers. I been praying to God not this Gid who is clearly the true uh...god.

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  5. well god doesn't appear to have very good penmanship!

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  6. Looks more like "Gid" to me...

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  7. I think it clearly says "Gio"

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  8. I dunno, I think it says "GOO"

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  9. Looks more like "gid" to me.

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  10. That says GiD or if you flip it over DiG. The seeds know where they must go

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  11. Looks more like "Gid" to me. All hail Gid!

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  12. looks more like it says "Gia" than "God" - perhaps the ghost of addict-super model Gia Marie Carangi is haunting that eggplant? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gia

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  13. Fake! Seeds in eggplants, or any vegetable, do not grow like that. They would be circular when sliced round.

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  14. Um...actually, I think it spells "GiP," "GiD," or maybe "Gio". But that God, he's a practical joker. Like when he gave my 15 year-old niece bone cancer. There was no message when they amputated her leg.

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  15. Looks like GOO to me.

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  16. so the existence of god has to be spelled out for us in the seeds to realize it...we can't see divinity within the eggplant itself??

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  17. Actually, I see it as "GOO" which pretty much sums up my opinion on eggplants.

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  18. Nah, it says GOP, thus proving without a doubt that the Republican Party actually does exist.

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  19. Kenneth Benjamin ReedAugust 13, 2007 at 10:58 PM

    "GiD" has awful spelling...

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  20. Looks like GOO to me, or maybe GID. Yep, that is definitely an I in the middle. And if you turn it upside down it spells GIG. Although if it really is GOD, it's a bit of a come-down from building the universe to writing words (badly) in the middle of vegetables. Of course it could just be a naturally occuring pattern, ie pure coincidence. Which do you think is more likely?

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  21. Methinks god would have done a better job at spelling his own name than this jibberisch.

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  22. Actually, it spells "GOO".
    Clearly, there is some GOO trying
    to communicate with us.

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  23. looks more lie Giio to me...

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  24. Don't know much engrish, but I think it spelled GiD!

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  25. Not necessarily... I see "GiD" or possibly "GiB". The middle letter looks distinctly like an "i".

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  26. Looks like the work of Gid to me.

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  27. looks more like GiD to me

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  28. i opened god and found an "iggplant"

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  29. Idiots! everyone of you!

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