A 22-year-old British bank worker called it a “miracle” when a late-night cooking session went awry. According to the U.K.’s Daily Mail, Toby Elles decided to make some bacon, but, presumably droopy after a few beers earlier in the evening, he took a nap while the food cooked on the stove.
When he awoke, he said, the room was full of smoke. After he scraped the burnt bacon from the pan, Elles told the Daily Mail he saw the face of Jesus Christ in the pan.
“If it wasn’t for the smoke it could have been a very bad situation,” he said. “Perhaps someone’s looking over me.”
Now this I believe is a very unusual sighting, don’t you think?
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You guys saw the video of the 2 year old smoking toddler from Indonesia? Even the video in YouTube had sparked outrage that the video was taken down. When the clip of 2-year-old Sumatran Ardi Rizal puffing away surfaced on YouTube Wednesday, it spread to online social media like, well, fire.
In fact, his parents say Rizal throws a tantrum when they refuse to give him a cigarette. His father gave him his first smoke when he was just 18 months old. Oh man, and he puffs 40 cigarettes a day? That is overkill!
The smoking toddler was witnessed by a reporter who recently visited his home in the fishing village of Musi Banyuasin, in Indonesia’s South Sumatra province. Ardi, who is rarely seen without a cigarette, insists on the same brand, costing £3.78 a day. And to think that his family is not rich, imagine the added cigarette cost to their budget.
The kid does not look like a 2 year old, does he? But still, a kid is a kid and it is not just right that he smokes. Who to blame? Only one culprit, his parents. Smoking is awfully dangerous to adults, even more so to kids.