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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Cashing In On Jesus? Male Model Hawks Rather Unique Tortilla On eBay

Posted By on Thu, Feb 26, 2015 at 10:00 AM

You can buy this tortilla for $10,000 - ANDREW KEY/TWITTER
  • Andrew Key/Twitter
  • You can buy this tortilla for $10,000

An Austin model is taking the two greatest things about America — religion and capitalism — and bringing them to eBay.

You might remember Andrew Key.  He's a man with a perfectly sculpted set of abs who just wanted to warm up a flour tortilla but ended up being visited by the Son of God. Yes, Jesus visited Key in the form of a tortilla char mark. Well, Key thinks it looks like Jesus. To some, it just looks like some dude with a mullet. To others, it just looks like a brown spot on a tortilla, because that's what it is, a brown spot on a tortilla. 

Well, he's now selling the perishable food item on the online auction site. Bidding starts at $15 (and it hasn't progressed any further than that.) But if you really, really want this "sacred" item, you can purchase it outright for $10,000. Or you can just give that $10,000 to help the meek and poor, because that's what Jesus really wants you to do, if you are a follower of the teachings of Jesus Christ. 

The auction ends at 6:53 p.m. on Tuesday, giving potential bidders plenty of time to pray on it. 

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