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5 Ways To Eat Baby Jesus This Christmas

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'Tis the season for weird nativity scenes! Hungry believers 'round the internet are celebrating the birth of Jesus birth with food replicas of that Bethlehem night. Sacrilegious or sacrilicious? 

1. Spam Jesus 

A meat that, for reasons unknown to man, lasts for eternity. 

2. Cured Meat Jesus

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And they came bearing gifts of gold, frankfurters and myrrh. 
 
3. Jesus in a Blanket 

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​These were meant to be little mummies (cute!), but someone on Pinterest suggested making them as baby Jesuses swaddled in blankets, so we're going with that. 

4. Cheese Jesus 

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Or, as we prefer, Cheesus.

5. Butter Jesus 

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​If you eat this whole thing, you better pray.  
 
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Ergo
Ergo

+1 Very funny post by Michelle. 

John Smith
John Smith

There is absolutely no evidence (outside religious books) jesus ever existed so eating a likeness of this mythical figure isn't much different than eating a chocolate easter bunny.

Ricsart
Ricsart

Sorry buddy but every time a believer speaks in tongues, it proves that Jesus Christ is resurrected and seated on the right hand of God. He is not a mythical figure. Colossians 1:27, 1 Corinthians 14,

JonDodo
JonDodo

@Ricsart Hahahahaha!

JonDodo
JonDodo

Too funny my friend! You houl do stand-up :)

20ftJesus
20ftJesus

Sacrilege!  A pock on you I say!

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