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fsm valentine’s day cards

Published February 14th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

FSM Valentine’s Day Cards by www.PizzaByTheSlice.com:

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50 Responses to “fsm valentine’s day cards”

  1. Pixel Pop says:

    @Josh
    Are you kidding me, wenches love the FSM!
    RAmen

  2. Josh the Pirate says:

    @PP

    I didn’t think I said anything to the contrary. I’m just saying that we need to do more to get the word out. Like canvas mall parking lots and put flyers in the windsheilds of cars that have Darwin Fish or Freedom From Religion bumper stickers. Those are the people most likely to join the CotFSM and I think a targeted approach like that would bring in a lot of converts.

  3. Booty says:

    I don’t know why Spider, but I thought you were another Aussie! – Too much grog, obviously! There do seem to be quite a few of us around the UK :)
    I want a pirate ship and lots of other stuff too – but I am just greedy!

  4. Iron gill Kidd says:

    I’m from crappy old NJ, myself…don’t know of anyone else who’s aware of the mighty FSM around here, sadly.

  5. Dread Wench L'TUAE says:

    Anyone else in Indiana here?
    @Josh the Pirate- I’ve tried putting up fliers in my school, but they aren’t “approved” and quite frankly I’m not willing to risk valadictorianship with suspension. I’ll keep trying though.

  6. Wench Beth says:

    To Josh the Pirate…
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    >Whoops! Posting on here is NOT going to get us more wenches…
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    Not true! Posting on this site will not only get you more wenches, it will get you INTELLIGENT, beautiful, buxom wenches who are Pastafarians like yourself! And they know how to wield a cutlass, too!

  7. The FSM loves you says:

    Who’s seen the pirate weatherman who predicted a cold snap in Tampa? They really DO have an effect!

  8. the spaghetti shaman says:

    @ Booty
    Yay, really? I’m in Leicester.
    The one good thing about Leicester is there actually is a pirate ship (well, a ship) that is used for worship (it’s a pub) which is perfect for pastafarians!

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