Forget Flash chip Messiahs - the hot simulacrum action right now is in tomatoes, or specifically, Batman logo tomatoes. Batman logo seen in tomato Of course, it's obligatory that the discoverer of any coincidental likeness should immediately offer the revelation for sale on eBay, and the vendor in this case points out that the …
Looks more like a TIE fighter to me
Holy Lycopersicon Batman!
no spinning logo available
Its most likely a PR stunt for the upcoming Batman film, which is at all good cinemas from 20th august 2008.
Yes, the shot is out-of-focus intentionally, because I'm sure that if you were to focus too closely on it, it would look like... the inside of a tomato. The human mind is an incredible, and at times incredibly stupid, thing.
... this looks a bit like goatse. But then, I've been probably been hanging around B3TA too much...
Does this mean
that Batman is actually god? or a god or is god or a god actually Batman?
As we all know
There is only one way to defeat Batman
Call me a cynic but is the tip-offster Rhiannon Davies related to the Seller 'odavies2' at all?
If so, I may start to create a entirely implausible shadow on the next product I decide to flog on Ebay.
It's the Bacardi Rum logo, no?
The tomato will pro'ly be preserved in alcohol, then..
...cheers to that!
if you slice open a bat, does tomatoman's logo appear?
http://www.guardian.co.uk/ scroll down to the bottom and look for the link to their healthy eating page
Don't the Klingons have ships that look like that? And if so, are they worried about being swallowed by a small dog?
and superman too?
I'm waiting for a tomato with the batman and superman logos combined, as seen in 'I Am Legend' on a billboard :)
this is such a rotten story....
...that i refuse to comment.......DOH!
Sold for £2.20...
... to a chap called "autorev". He seems to have been willing to pay an additional £3 for postage. This would seem to be an auction record for a revelation of Batman in a fruit.
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