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Given the penchant of the Xian faithful for seeing
imagery burned onto the surface of farinaceous
and the apparent scarcity of such observations by the
adherents of other faiths, UBCo has identified a clear
opportunity in the market.
The Religious Art Toaster provides
imagery for all of the major religions...
- Icons on black rye, in Bryansk
- Buddhas on roti, in Raghunathpur
- Quranic calligraphy on Pide, in Istanbul
- Shinto deities on Yakimochi, in old Kyoto
For those faiths where the afterlife sometimes involves a
little too much heat, there is a feature where your toast
may randomly turn to smoke.
Perfect for these.
[tatterdemalion, Mar 03 2021]
The Jesus Toaster
[bs0u0155, Mar 03 2021]
||+ Yeah and especially for the last sentence!
||Religious Art Toaster Toaster: it's a reliquary /
warming oven that perpetually stores the toaster in a
pre-heated state, such that when the toaster is
needed a triptych is opened and the toaster slides
out with coils already glowing.
||Religious art toaster toaster toaster: burn [sninc]'s device in a paxyorism of iconoclasm
||There seems to be a Jesus specific toaster <link>. If you
ever get the chance to go to Lourdes in France, I'd
recommend it. In general it's quite a pretty little area, but
some of the merchandise on sale is staggeringly craptastic.
We bought my grandmother a frying pan that has Jesus' face
appear when it heats up. We didn't tell her, she thought she
was having visions, it was great. You can also get Mary Ninja