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Luke Skywalker
Member # 3096
 - posted February 24, 2005 13:45

A cartoon shaped piece of shrimp
Cap'n Vic
Member # 1477
 - posted February 24, 2005 14:04
The Goldenpalace.com
Member # 2950
 - posted February 24, 2005 14:24
Ha ha ha....

Nearly as weird as those "I saw Jesus/Mary/Mother Theresa's face in a bun/bagel/potato/tree stump stories - only funnier as it is so rubbish - and the seller actually thinks they can sell it for real $ (well maybe they can, there are plenty of weirdos out there I guess...)

Dial for the Vatican miracle police... NOW! Yes they *are* real, it's their job to check out stories of the miraculous and decide if they are *real* miracles or just "amazing phenomena"


EDIT: For a (weak) example.... If TFD and Mrs were of the Roman Catholic persuasion and felt the Big Guy had sent them a special sign or miracle regards their pearl (and their priest supported them in that claim and his Cardinal, etc.) then the Miracle Police would be called into play...
Member # 966
 - posted February 24, 2005 15:39
Be careful not to burninate it on cooking.
Member # 2814
 - posted February 24, 2005 16:58
Someone's actually bidding $36USD thus far on it. [Eek!]
Member # 3166
 - posted February 24, 2005 17:18
Yeah. Money's no object when you're nuts.
Paranoid Android
Member # 3520
 - posted February 24, 2005 17:26
Craziest thing I've ever seen on eBay. 40 bucks for a flipping shrimp in an s shape.
Member # 3225
 - posted February 24, 2005 20:07
How could anyone parody this? This is a walking, breathing, shouting self-parody.

Is Homestar runner really that popular?
Member # 736
 - posted February 24, 2005 21:43
There's a couple dudes who are friends with one of my coworkers. Everyday they come back to our end of the lab to eat their lunch and read StrongBad e-mails. Even when my co-worker is not around. So yeah, it's popular...among geeky grad students that is.
Member # 2132
 - posted February 25, 2005 06:10
and it's had 28 bids.

Hmmm one thinks that one will pop down to the store, buy some shrimp, and fry up one in the shape of Bush.

I rekkin I can git hunnerds o' dollars fer that.
MTB Babe
Member # 2297
 - posted February 25, 2005 10:22
Wow the bid is up to 38$!!! I'm sure I could somehow figure out how to fry shrimp into crazy shapes...why am I working in an office??
Member # 2814
 - posted February 25, 2005 12:14
Originally posted by MTB Babe:
Wow the bid is up to 38$!!! I'm sure I could somehow figure out how to fry shrimp into crazy shapes...why am I working in an office??

That's what I was thinking.

*ponders a trip to M&M Meats*

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