Hey Dallas friends – thought you would like this story! The Dallas Morning News started this story with “What Would Chessus Do?”
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From CBS 11, Dallas: Dan and Sara Bell of Dallas found a Jesus-shaped Cheeto while on a road trip last week. They have since nicknamed the figure “Cheesus.”
Many people have seen and heard about the likeness of Jesus turning up in unlikely places. Now, one North Texas family says they found Jesus in a cheese snack.
Dan Bell found his vision of Jesus last week at the gas station. “We were leaving town. I stopped by to fill up with gas and bought some snacks.”
Inside a 99-cent bag of Cheetos brand cheese snacks, Dan and his wife Sara found something unique.
Sara recalls the discovery. “I was putting them in my hand and I had eaten most of the ones in my hand, and one was left lying there. And I said, ‘Oh my gosh, look at this. It really looks like a person in a robe praying.'”
Dan looked over. “I said, ‘Wow, it does look like a praying Jesus.'”
The couple nicknamed it “Cheesus.”
“Cheesus” is about two inches tall. Despite missing a right arm, the Bells see a body, hair, robe and even a tiny face.
They say it is a reminder of their blessings from God; but primarily they think it’s a funny Cheeto.
Various incarnations of “Cheesus” have shown up before; in Houston, Missouri and on the internet site YouTube.
The Bells’ Cheeto ended up on the front page of the Preston Hollow newspaper. The big question, what to do with it now?
Dan says his first reaction was, “Let’s put this on eBay. How much do you think we should ask for it? It could be 25 cents, could be 25 dollars. If it’s only 25 cents, we’re just going to eat it.”
For now, they are keeping “Cheesus” in a plastic box.