5 Ways To Eat Baby Jesus This Christmas

'Tis the season for weird nativity scenes! Hungry believers 'round the internet are celebrating the birth of Jesus birth with food replicas of that Bethlehem night. Sacrilegious or sacrilicious? 

1. Spam Jesus 
3. Jesus in a Blanket 

Or, as we prefer, Cheesus.
5. Butter Jesus 
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