Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Thursday, 21 March 2013

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The crowd outside Walter and Gwendolyn Glickerquest's home hoping to get a look at the Kim Kardashian muffin.

KALAMAZOO, Michigan - Gwendolyn R. Glickerquest, 47, of Kalamazoo was having lunch with her husband of 29 years, Walter at a local Cinderella Cafeteria.

As she looked down at her plate of Chicken Fried Steak with a side of okra and a side of spinach, she noticed a design on top of her lunch muffin.

Gwendolyn picked up the muffin and turned it upside down, and when she did she clearly saw a face that looked exactly like Kim Kardashian.

She quickly told her husband who asked her if she wanted him to get her another muffin.

"No sweety" she said, "I would be willing to bet that this muffin is worth a lot of money."

"Why?" her husband asked. "It looks like a plain old blueberry muffin to me."

Gwendy then told him to look closer and when he did he uttered the word "Shazam!"

He quickly asked one of the cafeteria workers for a to go box and his wife carefully placed the Kim Kardashian muffin in the box.

That evening they decided to put the celebrity muffin on eBay and within 25 minutes they had received an offer to buy the Kim Kardashian muffin for $3,694.

Gwendolyn was thrilled as her husband told her that they will use the money to get her that breast augmentation surgery she has wanted for the past 19 years.

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