Submitted by our friends Chris and J. Matt at Stony Brook University. I think it’s brilliant.
Wait! I thought FSM celebrated the “Saucestice”. Not Christmas.
As everyone knows, tinsel is used to metaphorically spread the wish of noodily goodness. This harkens back to the wise man who brought gifts of fettuccine and marinara with a sprinkle of fresh basil (thus the red, green and white color scheme). May all the season’s seasonings be with you.
I have always been a fan of the FSM. May the noodly appendage be with you!
That’s awesome. Where are the pirates?
Wow this is awesome. I’ve been having to deal with the problem of not celebrating Christmas. Well I say bullshit, I celebrate Chrifsmas!
Woohoo….makes me feel like singing
♫Touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me
I wanna be noodly
Wll me, thrill , fulfill me
Noodles on the fly
Pasta in the sky♫
matt Dec 11th, 2007 at 8:36 am
“Where are the pirates?”
At sea inoursuit of procuring a another galleon to accomodate al the new converts ;p
@ Cap’n Ollie – try typing it chriFSMas!
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