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about the pirate ship

Published January 25th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Hey, so rather than get an ordinary yacht to sail around the world
spreading the FSM faith, why not something a little more pirate-like.
I was in Bonaire with my family and this Junk was docked there and
seemed sufficiently pirate-like for you.

–Dan

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I like it.  Let’s brainstorm fundraising ideas.  Also, we’ll need to figure out how ship-time will be organized.  Ideas/Volunteers?



183 Responses to “about the pirate ship”

  1. Captain Noodulous Silicate TBHNA says:

    Beth, As a true pastafarian captain I can perform weddings.
    Did you have anyone in mind or were you just asking?

  2. Wench Beth says:

    To the Captain… I was just asking, but I think it’d be really romantic (hey, remember, I’m a wench) to have a Pastafarian wedding on a pirate ship. I can’t think of a better way to get married, unless it’s a ceremony performed by an Elvis impersonator at a drive-up wedding chapel in Vegas ;)

  3. rawwwwwwwwrr says:

    yes!!!! finallly a decent religon! screw yew christianity!!
    hehe i love u guys!!!!!!

  4. Wench Beth says:

    Actually, we’re a “religion”, thank you.

  5. Marc McOar says:

    I’ll do the Elvis impersonation if you’ll do Charo.

  6. Captain Noodulous Silicate TBHNA says:

    Actually Beth, some scholars believe we’re a fringe relgion.

  7. Wench Beth says:

    A “fringe religion” (or “religon” or “relgion”) is simply a religion in which the strippers at His holy stripper factory wear fringe on their soon-to-be-removed lingerie. So I don’t see any problem with being a “fringe religion”.

  8. Captain Noodulous Silicate TBHNA says:

    In terms of how we spend our time on the ship.

    I hadn’t got beyond the drinking rum, singing and sex in rotation and let’s see how many we can do at the same time.

    I’ll bring trivial pursuit in case we get bored of those three.
    Mike is not invited.

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