Jesus Cristo has appeared on a tortilla in San Antonio, Texas. His burnt, crusty face showed up (photo) on a homemade flour tortilla just after his mom, La Virgen de Guadalupe, appeared on another flour tortilla in nearby Mexifornia.
“A woman in southern Mexico decided to use a tortilla she had just made for spiritual, rather than physical, food after seeing the face of Jesus Christ looking back at her,” reports the Daily Mail:
Enedina Mendoza and her family make tortillas in the small Oaxacan town of Tlalixtac de Cabrera, and the baker that she [said] normally doesn’t even look at her creations.
However, instead of sending one tortilla off to become a blessed burrito, Mendoza took another glance and recognized the son of God.
The act of throwing a pie in someone’s face is not a mission to be undertaken lightly, and it’s a mission we certainly do not recommend, advocate nor encourage, according to our attorneys.
A poorly thought-out pieing plan can backfire, leaving the pie thrower to deal with unintended consequences (see video, above.) Helpful, illustrated hypertext pie throwing manuals are why Al Gore invented the Internets, and this introduction, we hope, might be of some use to you. Not you with the YOLO T-shirt. Those calmer looking people with the NO FRACKING WAY hoodies.
According to online anarchists and pie-throwing experts, there is a proven two-step approach to an effective pie throw, and also several do’s and don’t’s in considering the pie per se. Peep this info graphic:
Kids today need to learn to respect others, and Mr. T explains why.
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A University of Glasgow team of experimental psychologists blended thousands of faces together to reveal what the typical woman’s face looks like in 41 different countries from around the globe:
If you were described as average-looking, you probably wouldn’t see it as a compliment.
But perhaps you would be happy if you looked like any of these computer-generated depictions of the ‘average woman’.
With flawless skin, youthful faces and bright eyes – these average faces of women from around the world are nothing short of beautiful.
People are often confused by different Latinos — it’s hard to tell us apart if we all look the same, right?
Here’s a quick roundup of the top eight folks who get mistaken for each other. Let us know if we missed any in the comments!
7. Pitbull the dog and Pitbull the singer
6. Airplane buddies Edward James Olmos and Jan Brewer
BEEVILLE— There was nothing inherently different about Ernesto Garza when he walked into the newspaper office with a piece of foil folded in half.
An older man who attends La Amistad Adult Daycare, Garza walked in, sat down and said, “I have something to show you.”
“I was sitting just like I am now,” Garza said. “I ate more than half of my taco, then a fly was flying around, so I grabbed the flyswatter, and I hit it, and when I looked down, I saw it.”
It was the face of Jesus looking up at him from his half-eaten tortilla.
7. Tacos de Lengua
6. Arroz con Hobo