UPDATED: Is this the face of God in a mixing bowl?

Bournemouth Echo: PHOTO: Is this the face of God in a mixing bowl?* PHOTO: Is this the face of God in a mixing bowl?*

NOTE: Since our original story on Ruth's face of God was posted in the features section of the site, her photo has been seen around the world. This is the version of the story that appears in the Daily Echo on May 30.

IS this God’s face found on a mixing bowl in Ferndown?

Ruth Davis walked into her kitchen and noticed the image on the side of the bowl after her son Paul had used it for cleaning the windows.

It appears that after mixing in the bowl for the last 40 years the image of a face has developed in the scratches and she believes it is not a half-baked tale.

And after appearing on the Daily Echo website the image has gone global and is being studied as far afield as Australia.

Ruth, of Barns Road, said: “I saw it and thought ‘you never know it might not just be me who thinks it is amazing’.

“My son had been washing some windows and had put the water in the mixing bowl and left it on the work top.

“I walked in the kitchen and thought ‘God has arrived’.

“I left it there and when I came home from work one day my son had used it for window cleaning again and I said ‘you can’t get rid of God that easily’.

“So we’ve not washed him since.”

Ruth said the image reminded her of pictures of God in the clouds.

“I realised it was too old to be Jesus,” she added. “It’s more of a fatherly figure. He’s absolutely up in a cloud.”

Her son Paul does not agree with her but believes Ruth can be forgiven for seeing the likeness.

He said: “It’s very funny because it’s a mixing bowl.

“I can see it and I’m not going to deny it looks like a face.

“But there’s quite possibly nothing divine in that.”

The Reverend Dr Ian Terry, team rector at St Stephen’s and St Peter’s churches in Bournemouth, said it was “lovely” that she believed she had seen God.

He said: “Whatever one might say about the scientific side of things I’m quite clear that as God is the life force within all creation, then if we have eyes to see then we see God in each other and we can see God in all life on earth.

“I’m glad she is developing the eyes to see.”

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12:10pm Mon 28 May 12

Harv1979 says...

"He does look a lot like God, doesn't he?"

No, case closed.
"He does look a lot like God, doesn't he?" No, case closed. Harv1979
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12:50pm Mon 28 May 12

bmthtony says...

More like Chewbacca
More like Chewbacca bmthtony
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1:07pm Mon 28 May 12

twynham says...

Can you post a picture of God so that we can compare?
Can you post a picture of God so that we can compare? twynham
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1:13pm Mon 28 May 12

Franks Tank says...

Which / whos God would that be then?
Which / whos God would that be then? Franks Tank
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1:26pm Mon 28 May 12

Duckorange says...

bmthtony wrote:
More like Chewbacca
I'm getting Chewie as well. WHERE IS YOUR GOD NOW? (Probably on a pizza, or something)
[quote][p][bold]bmthtony[/bold] wrote: More like Chewbacca[/p][/quote]I'm getting Chewie as well. WHERE IS YOUR GOD NOW? (Probably on a pizza, or something) Duckorange
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1:49pm Mon 28 May 12

parkylondon says...

It's funny this religion thing. Your god "works in mysterious ways" for sure.

Question for god: If you're so all-powerful why do You choose to appear in slices of toast and in mixing bowls to people with over-active imaginations and choose to do NOTHING about child cancer?

I mean, you help actresses win awards and american footballers (Tibow) win games (not all though heheheh) but do nothing about world hunger.

You really are a lazy god aren't you!
It's funny this religion thing. Your god "works in mysterious ways" for sure. Question for god: If you're so all-powerful why do You choose to appear in slices of toast and in mixing bowls to people with over-active imaginations and choose to do NOTHING about child cancer? I mean, you help actresses win awards and american footballers (Tibow) win games (not all though heheheh) but do nothing about world hunger. You really are a lazy god aren't you! parkylondon
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1:53pm Mon 28 May 12

AdamSFC says...

The Echo have sure surpassed themselves with this one. Slow day was it?
The Echo have sure surpassed themselves with this one. Slow day was it? AdamSFC
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2:04pm Mon 28 May 12

n4 says...

"He does look a lot like God, doesn't he?"

Why have I just wasted 30 seconds of my life reading this tosh? It's not even the 1st of April. Com on Echo... Get a grip.
"He does look a lot like God, doesn't he?" Why have I just wasted 30 seconds of my life reading this tosh? It's not even the 1st of April. Com on Echo... Get a grip. n4
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5:32pm Mon 28 May 12

Sam Shepherd says...

AdamSFC wrote:
The Echo have sure surpassed themselves with this one. Slow day was it?
Not at all - in fact remarkably busy, as you'd see from the News section of the site. However, this is features, and as such we thought we'd post something a bit more light-hearted.
[quote][p][bold]AdamSFC[/bold] wrote: The Echo have sure surpassed themselves with this one. Slow day was it?[/p][/quote]Not at all - in fact remarkably busy, as you'd see from the News section of the site. However, this is features, and as such we thought we'd post something a bit more light-hearted. Sam Shepherd
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7:37pm Mon 28 May 12

Dick Harris says...

Why on Earth would a god look like a primate that had evolved over a hundred million years? (I chose that period, somewhat arbitrarily, because that's about how long ago our ancestors diverged from the ancestors of cats.) This is Bronze Age thinking.
Why on Earth would a god look like a primate that had evolved over a hundred million years? (I chose that period, somewhat arbitrarily, because that's about how long ago our ancestors diverged from the ancestors of cats.) This is Bronze Age thinking. Dick Harris
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2:41am Tue 29 May 12

billd766 says...

Why do people assume that God is a white haired old white man?
What about God being young, or a woman or black or yellow or anything else for that matter.
Why do people assume that God is a white haired old white man? What about God being young, or a woman or black or yellow or anything else for that matter. billd766
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3:05am Tue 29 May 12

mcrosson says...

God? Pshhh. That's clearly an image of Charles Darwin, cf. http://www.crystalin
ks.com/darwin.html
God? Pshhh. That's clearly an image of Charles Darwin, cf. http://www.crystalin ks.com/darwin.html mcrosson
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3:32am Tue 29 May 12

theant says...

parkylondon wrote:
It's funny this religion thing. Your god "works in mysterious ways" for sure.

Question for god: If you're so all-powerful why do You choose to appear in slices of toast and in mixing bowls to people with over-active imaginations and choose to do NOTHING about child cancer?

I mean, you help actresses win awards and american footballers (Tibow) win games (not all though heheheh) but do nothing about world hunger.

You really are a lazy god aren't you!
wait --- if we are asking god questions i want to ask him why men have nipples ...
[quote][p][bold]parkylondon[/bold] wrote: It's funny this religion thing. Your god "works in mysterious ways" for sure. Question for god: If you're so all-powerful why do You choose to appear in slices of toast and in mixing bowls to people with over-active imaginations and choose to do NOTHING about child cancer? I mean, you help actresses win awards and american footballers (Tibow) win games (not all though heheheh) but do nothing about world hunger. You really are a lazy god aren't you![/p][/quote]wait --- if we are asking god questions i want to ask him why men have nipples ... theant
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8:42am Tue 29 May 12

Mr N James says...

It looks nothing like me.
It looks nothing like me. Mr N James
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9:05am Tue 29 May 12

rudolph_hucker says...

theant wrote:
parkylondon wrote:
It's funny this religion thing. Your god "works in mysterious ways" for sure.

Question for god: If you're so all-powerful why do You choose to appear in slices of toast and in mixing bowls to people with over-active imaginations and choose to do NOTHING about child cancer?

I mean, you help actresses win awards and american footballers (Tibow) win games (not all though heheheh) but do nothing about world hunger.

You really are a lazy god aren't you!
wait --- if we are asking god questions i want to ask him why men have nipples ...
Nipples develop on a foetus prior to the sex being determined.
I once saw a very realistic image of David Cameron and George Osborne appear on some Andrex after I had been to the loo. But I won't send it in.
[quote][p][bold]theant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]parkylondon[/bold] wrote: It's funny this religion thing. Your god "works in mysterious ways" for sure. Question for god: If you're so all-powerful why do You choose to appear in slices of toast and in mixing bowls to people with over-active imaginations and choose to do NOTHING about child cancer? I mean, you help actresses win awards and american footballers (Tibow) win games (not all though heheheh) but do nothing about world hunger. You really are a lazy god aren't you![/p][/quote]wait --- if we are asking god questions i want to ask him why men have nipples ...[/p][/quote]Nipples develop on a foetus prior to the sex being determined. I once saw a very realistic image of David Cameron and George Osborne appear on some Andrex after I had been to the loo. But I won't send it in. rudolph_hucker
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9:06am Tue 29 May 12

mmm2008 says...

Men have nipples because for the first few weeks in the womb, all foetuses form as female, until the sex hormones kick in.
Men have nipples because for the first few weeks in the womb, all foetuses form as female, until the sex hormones kick in. mmm2008
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10:29am Tue 29 May 12

FAT TONE says...

Why do men shave every day and women can go 2 or 3 days without shaving.
Why do men shave every day and women can go 2 or 3 days without shaving. FAT TONE
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10:30am Tue 29 May 12

FAT TONE says...

answer..

God Knows.
answer.. God Knows. FAT TONE
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10:35am Tue 29 May 12

FAT TONE says...

Gordon
Gordon FAT TONE
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11:35am Tue 29 May 12

ukdragon says...

In a word - "No"

Case closed!
In a word - "No" Case closed! ukdragon
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11:49am Tue 29 May 12

makingsenseofitall says...

No ....and its best to drink lots of water in this heat otherwise we can get fanciful ideas!
No ....and its best to drink lots of water in this heat otherwise we can get fanciful ideas! makingsenseofitall
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12:02pm Tue 29 May 12

bottomsup says...

Can't be God, she definitely wouldn't have a beard!

Get a life.
Can't be God, she definitely wouldn't have a beard! Get a life. bottomsup
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12:39pm Tue 29 May 12

joncon says...

Looks more like one of those tree creatures from the 2011 Doctor Who christmas special
Looks more like one of those tree creatures from the 2011 Doctor Who christmas special joncon
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12:39pm Tue 29 May 12

joncon says...

Looks more like one of those tree creatures from the 2011 Doctor Who christmas special
Looks more like one of those tree creatures from the 2011 Doctor Who christmas special joncon
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1:23pm Tue 29 May 12

nonnisrevenge says...

Anyone got any recent pictures of the almighty so we can compare the two?

Actually if you let your eyes lazily rest on the image it resembles Chewbacca.
Anyone got any recent pictures of the almighty so we can compare the two? Actually if you let your eyes lazily rest on the image it resembles Chewbacca. nonnisrevenge
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2:30pm Tue 29 May 12

TrevorH says...

Looks more like that delightful chappie Abu Hamza.
Looks more like that delightful chappie Abu Hamza. TrevorH
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5:24pm Tue 29 May 12

Dog friendly 1 says...

I see Papa Smurf
I see Papa Smurf Dog friendly 1
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5:37pm Tue 29 May 12

freedom for pokesdown says...

theant wrote:
parkylondon wrote:
It's funny this religion thing. Your god "works in mysterious ways" for sure.

Question for god: If you're so all-powerful why do You choose to appear in slices of toast and in mixing bowls to people with over-active imaginations and choose to do NOTHING about child cancer?

I mean, you help actresses win awards and american footballers (Tibow) win games (not all though heheheh) but do nothing about world hunger.

You really are a lazy god aren't you!
wait --- if we are asking god questions i want to ask him why men have nipples ...
Men have nipples because God has nipples. We are created in his image silly!
[quote][p][bold]theant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]parkylondon[/bold] wrote: It's funny this religion thing. Your god "works in mysterious ways" for sure. Question for god: If you're so all-powerful why do You choose to appear in slices of toast and in mixing bowls to people with over-active imaginations and choose to do NOTHING about child cancer? I mean, you help actresses win awards and american footballers (Tibow) win games (not all though heheheh) but do nothing about world hunger. You really are a lazy god aren't you![/p][/quote]wait --- if we are asking god questions i want to ask him why men have nipples ...[/p][/quote]Men have nipples because God has nipples. We are created in his image silly! freedom for pokesdown
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7:41pm Tue 29 May 12

EGHH says...

Only if God is smudge of cake mix!
Only if God is smudge of cake mix! EGHH
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8:15pm Tue 29 May 12

BIGTONE says...

Lazy git.Any excuse not to wash the pots!
Lazy git.Any excuse not to wash the pots! BIGTONE
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8:54pm Tue 29 May 12

chocolatelover26 says...

Coincidental, but that could be any face
Coincidental, but that could be any face chocolatelover26
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9:11pm Tue 29 May 12

High Treason says...

FAT TONE wrote:
Why do men shave every day and women can go 2 or 3 days without shaving.
That's what wacky baccy does to you.
[quote][p][bold]FAT TONE[/bold] wrote: Why do men shave every day and women can go 2 or 3 days without shaving.[/p][/quote]That's what wacky baccy does to you. High Treason
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9:39pm Tue 29 May 12

Richard 1976 says...

Who needs meridian tonight with stories like this.
Who needs meridian tonight with stories like this. Richard 1976
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9:52pm Tue 29 May 12

Tatsie says...

Having never met God, I wouldn't know whether that was a true likeness.
Having never met God, I wouldn't know whether that was a true likeness. Tatsie
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2:42am Wed 30 May 12

tommylily1 says...

I see Bin Laden !
I see Bin Laden ! tommylily1
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8:49am Wed 30 May 12

Horridbloke says...

That's good enough for me. I will now shave my head and give away all my money.
That's good enough for me. I will now shave my head and give away all my money. Horridbloke
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9:06am Wed 30 May 12

The Renegade Master says...

This is the kind of story that really annoys me. It's pointless drivel that nobody cares about.
This is the kind of story that really annoys me. It's pointless drivel that nobody cares about. The Renegade Master
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9:06am Wed 30 May 12

Vikki27 says...

It's psychological. We're programmed to recognise faces as a survival instinct. More to the point, if there were a God and He/She wanted to appear in all His/Her divinity, why would he choose a mixing bowl!?!

Now we mention it, I think I saw the face of God in my back garden the other day. I poked some holes in the soil and voila! The face of God. *rolls eyes*
It's psychological. We're programmed to recognise faces as a survival instinct. More to the point, if there were a God and He/She wanted to appear in all His/Her divinity, why would he choose a mixing bowl!?! Now we mention it, I think I saw the face of God in my back garden the other day. I poked some holes in the soil and voila! The face of God. *rolls eyes* Vikki27
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9:10am Wed 30 May 12

Derf says...

I thought Morgan Freeman was god?
I thought Morgan Freeman was god? Derf
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9:16am Wed 30 May 12

doobiesis says...

Looks like a Yorkshire Terrier to me LOL
Looks like a Yorkshire Terrier to me LOL doobiesis
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9:17am Wed 30 May 12

doobiesis says...

Looks like a Yorkshire Terrier to me LOL
Looks like a Yorkshire Terrier to me LOL doobiesis
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9:17am Wed 30 May 12

The Seasider says...

Chewbacca surely? Unless ofcourse God does look like Chewbacca? We should ask an expert... maybe Richard Dawkins?

I quite like the tabloidish way the Echo is heading. There should always be at least one story every day to make us laugh. 'A light heart lives long' and all that.

I look forward to more 'Freddie Starr ate my hamster' and 'World War 2 plane found on moon' type stuff!!
Chewbacca surely? Unless ofcourse God does look like Chewbacca? We should ask an expert... maybe Richard Dawkins? I quite like the tabloidish way the Echo is heading. There should always be at least one story every day to make us laugh. 'A light heart lives long' and all that. I look forward to more 'Freddie Starr ate my hamster' and 'World War 2 plane found on moon' type stuff!! The Seasider
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9:23am Wed 30 May 12

live-and-let-live says...

this is news?
this is news? live-and-let-live
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9:26am Wed 30 May 12

Morrigan says...

How can it look like "God", when there is no such thing?
How can it look like "God", when there is no such thing? Morrigan
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9:32am Wed 30 May 12

Cmdr Kryll says...

Morrigan wrote:
How can it look like "God", when there is no such thing?
Well said
[quote][p][bold]Morrigan[/bold] wrote: How can it look like "God", when there is no such thing?[/p][/quote]Well said Cmdr Kryll
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9:33am Wed 30 May 12

tricky1007 says...

Sam Shepherd wrote:
AdamSFC wrote:
The Echo have sure surpassed themselves with this one. Slow day was it?
Not at all - in fact remarkably busy, as you'd see from the News section of the site. However, this is features, and as such we thought we'd post something a bit more light-hearted.
Sam please don't let people at the Echo think, what would all the depressed people do if they realise this is light-hearted, they might smile, enjoy their day, help an old lady across the road, and then where would we be. Please go back to normal articles that they can complain about... Thank you
[quote][p][bold]Sam Shepherd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AdamSFC[/bold] wrote: The Echo have sure surpassed themselves with this one. Slow day was it?[/p][/quote]Not at all - in fact remarkably busy, as you'd see from the News section of the site. However, this is features, and as such we thought we'd post something a bit more light-hearted.[/p][/quote]Sam please don't let people at the Echo think, what would all the depressed people do if they realise this is light-hearted, they might smile, enjoy their day, help an old lady across the road, and then where would we be. Please go back to normal articles that they can complain about... Thank you tricky1007
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9:45am Wed 30 May 12

Professor Zaroff says...

joncon wrote:
Looks more like one of those tree creatures from the 2011 Doctor Who christmas special
Looks to me more like a Tharil from the seminal 1980 Doctor Who story 'Warriors Gate'.
[quote][p][bold]joncon[/bold] wrote: Looks more like one of those tree creatures from the 2011 Doctor Who christmas special[/p][/quote]Looks to me more like a Tharil from the seminal 1980 Doctor Who story 'Warriors Gate'. Professor Zaroff
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10:22am Wed 30 May 12

Yawwwn! says...

Now I know why I don't actually buy the Daily Echo. Why would I part with money to read cr@p like this?
Now I know why I don't actually buy the Daily Echo. Why would I part with money to read cr@p like this? Yawwwn!
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11:50am Wed 30 May 12

live-and-let-live says...

ive got a mixing bowl which is 46 years old. its pyrex. its good as new and no god in it.
ive got a mixing bowl which is 46 years old. its pyrex. its good as new and no god in it. live-and-let-live
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11:54am Wed 30 May 12

wizzydolphin says...

Yawwwn! wrote:
Now I know why I don't actually buy the Daily Echo. Why would I part with money to read cr@p like this?
alternatively you make the effort to come onto the website and moan about it publicly instead! Can't you guys just take it for what it is - a bit of light hearted journalism
[quote][p][bold]Yawwwn![/bold] wrote: Now I know why I don't actually buy the Daily Echo. Why would I part with money to read cr@p like this?[/p][/quote]alternatively you make the effort to come onto the website and moan about it publicly instead! Can't you guys just take it for what it is - a bit of light hearted journalism wizzydolphin
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12:24pm Wed 30 May 12

l'anglais says...

What was the recipe?
What was the recipe? l'anglais
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1:29pm Wed 30 May 12

lisa401 says...

God - according to the Bible - made man in the image of himself apparently. Judging by the state of some of the men around here I'd say then that God must look like a cross between Gordon the Tramp and Mr Bean!
God - according to the Bible - made man in the image of himself apparently. Judging by the state of some of the men around here I'd say then that God must look like a cross between Gordon the Tramp and Mr Bean! lisa401
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1:33pm Wed 30 May 12

Baysider says...

They use a mixing bowl to use for cleaning the windows - Windolene flavoured cup cakes anyone?
They use a mixing bowl to use for cleaning the windows - Windolene flavoured cup cakes anyone? Baysider
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3:49pm Wed 30 May 12

bmthgrouch says...

God?!!
More like God help us.
Unbelievable, these people also see "God" in there cornflakes, tea leaves and pint glass at there local.
God?!! More like God help us. Unbelievable, these people also see "God" in there cornflakes, tea leaves and pint glass at there local. bmthgrouch
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6:30pm Wed 30 May 12

*Fiona* says...

Franks Tank wrote:
Which / whos God would that be then?
Jehova God

__________________

God isnt a man.


God is an omnipresent spiritual cosmic flow of energy.
[quote][p][bold]Franks Tank[/bold] wrote: Which / whos God would that be then?[/p][/quote]Jehova God __________________ God isnt a man. God is an omnipresent spiritual cosmic flow of energy. *Fiona*
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6:48pm Wed 30 May 12

Old before my time says...

This woman needs to be sectioned, as does whoever ran this story.
This woman needs to be sectioned, as does whoever ran this story. Old before my time
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7:10pm Wed 30 May 12

overthehills says...

This mixing bowl is stirring up the god squad, whipping them into an eggstatic religious frenzy about this cracking story. Each to their own; my view: fruitcake alert.
This mixing bowl is stirring up the god squad, whipping them into an eggstatic religious frenzy about this cracking story. Each to their own; my view: fruitcake alert. overthehills
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7:56pm Wed 30 May 12

Yawwwn! says...

wizzydolphin wrote:
Yawwwn! wrote:
Now I know why I don't actually buy the Daily Echo. Why would I part with money to read cr@p like this?
alternatively you make the effort to come onto the website and moan about it publicly instead! Can't you guys just take it for what it is - a bit of light hearted journalism
This website is free, the newspaper isn't, if i had to pay for this site, then I would not visit The Daily Echo on line either. The Daily Echo are creating a story out of nothing, especially as there is no known image of God! It is poor journalism full stop!
[quote][p][bold]wizzydolphin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Yawwwn![/bold] wrote: Now I know why I don't actually buy the Daily Echo. Why would I part with money to read cr@p like this?[/p][/quote]alternatively you make the effort to come onto the website and moan about it publicly instead! Can't you guys just take it for what it is - a bit of light hearted journalism[/p][/quote]This website is free, the newspaper isn't, if i had to pay for this site, then I would not visit The Daily Echo on line either. The Daily Echo are creating a story out of nothing, especially as there is no known image of God! It is poor journalism full stop! Yawwwn!
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8:31am Thu 31 May 12

Lord Elpas says...

I'm a Christian, but I have to ask the question: "Would God want to choose to reveal himself ... in a mixing bowl?!?!?!"
I'm a Christian, but I have to ask the question: "Would God want to choose to reveal himself ... in a mixing bowl?!?!?!" Lord Elpas
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8:36am Thu 31 May 12

K5054 says...

rudolph_hucker wrote:
theant wrote:
parkylondon wrote:
It's funny this religion thing. Your god "works in mysterious ways" for sure.

Question for god: If you're so all-powerful why do You choose to appear in slices of toast and in mixing bowls to people with over-active imaginations and choose to do NOTHING about child cancer?

I mean, you help actresses win awards and american footballers (Tibow) win games (not all though heheheh) but do nothing about world hunger.

You really are a lazy god aren't you!
wait --- if we are asking god questions i want to ask him why men have nipples ...
Nipples develop on a foetus prior to the sex being determined.
I once saw a very realistic image of David Cameron and George Osborne appear on some Andrex after I had been to the loo. But I won't send it in.
If I am God then I choose not to because "I am God". You are here at my choosing not yours.
I also choose, who if any, I allow into paradise.That's what it means to be me. If you don't like it then don't bother to believe and all your problems then become your own.
What you are trying to do is to to stick me with all your problems.
I had a man whoes wife was dying the other day who had never bothered in all his 80 years about me before, and in fact swore I did not exist. On hearing of his wife illness and impending death he was on his knees making every promise to me under the sun if I would only spare his wife. What should my answer be? So if I am God and I created you, then quite frankly I must be pretty stupid.
[quote][p][bold]rudolph_hucker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]parkylondon[/bold] wrote: It's funny this religion thing. Your god "works in mysterious ways" for sure. Question for god: If you're so all-powerful why do You choose to appear in slices of toast and in mixing bowls to people with over-active imaginations and choose to do NOTHING about child cancer? I mean, you help actresses win awards and american footballers (Tibow) win games (not all though heheheh) but do nothing about world hunger. You really are a lazy god aren't you![/p][/quote]wait --- if we are asking god questions i want to ask him why men have nipples ...[/p][/quote]Nipples develop on a foetus prior to the sex being determined. I once saw a very realistic image of David Cameron and George Osborne appear on some Andrex after I had been to the loo. But I won't send it in.[/p][/quote]If I am God then I choose not to because "I am God". You are here at my choosing not yours. I also choose, who if any, I allow into paradise.That's what it means to be me. If you don't like it then don't bother to believe and all your problems then become your own. What you are trying to do is to to stick me with all your problems. I had a man whoes wife was dying the other day who had never bothered in all his 80 years about me before, and in fact swore I did not exist. On hearing of his wife illness and impending death he was on his knees making every promise to me under the sun if I would only spare his wife. What should my answer be? So if I am God and I created you, then quite frankly I must be pretty stupid. K5054
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6:39pm Thu 31 May 12

Momomyall says...

Some people need to take a chill pill! If something gets me that up tight i won't read it. I reakon it's Chewy and he wants a lick of the bowl (Chewy voice agghhwoo). I thought this was fun. First time commenting and found it interesting enough to voice! Well done Arron :D Yay!
Some people need to take a chill pill! If something gets me that up tight i won't read it. I reakon it's Chewy and he wants a lick of the bowl (Chewy voice agghhwoo). I thought this was fun. First time commenting and found it interesting enough to voice! Well done Arron :D Yay! Momomyall
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9:26am Fri 1 Jun 12

PooleParky says...

Hahaha I love the fact this story's name has UPDATE in it. I half expected it to say:

"Is this the face of God in a mixing bowl?"

"UPDATE: No, it isn't"
Hahaha I love the fact this story's name has UPDATE in it. I half expected it to say: "Is this the face of God in a mixing bowl?" "UPDATE: No, it isn't" PooleParky
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5:48pm Fri 1 Jun 12

barbienightmare says...

My moneys on it being Thade from planet of the apes
My moneys on it being Thade from planet of the apes barbienightmare
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7:19am Sun 3 Jun 12

K5054 says...

barbienightmare wrote:
My moneys on it being Thade from planet of the apes
I thought a twee - weet was the last sound you gave out as you expired
[quote][p][bold]barbienightmare[/bold] wrote: My moneys on it being Thade from planet of the apes[/p][/quote]I thought a twee - weet was the last sound you gave out as you expired K5054
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7:20am Sun 3 Jun 12

K5054 says...

K5054 wrote:
barbienightmare wrote:
My moneys on it being Thade from planet of the apes
I thought a twee - weet was the last sound you gave out as you expired
a twitter when your born and a tweet when you die .lol.
[quote][p][bold]K5054[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]barbienightmare[/bold] wrote: My moneys on it being Thade from planet of the apes[/p][/quote]I thought a twee - weet was the last sound you gave out as you expired[/p][/quote]a twitter when your born and a tweet when you die .lol. K5054
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