i am concerned

Published November 25th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

I am concerned. This is a joke, right? i mean, people cannot seriously believe in a dinner option. I believe that this ‘pastafarian-ism’ started as a joke made by a lost soul who is against christianism. but reading this website, this has gone too far. i will not swear or mock your unique form of entertainment like others have, but please stop this madness. direct your anger away from christianism and into your own personal lives. Let us not poison the minds of the innocent people that use the internet. Thank you, and I shall be praying for you all.
-Concerned Christian



240 Responses to “i am concerned”

  1. charlotte says:

    this is the greatest website in the world! I found the one true god! so long christianity, also known as:
    The belief that a cosmic Jewish Zombie who was his own father can make you live forever if you symbolically eat his flesh and telepathically tell him you accept him as your master, so he can remove an evil force from your soul that is present in humanity because a rib-woman was convinced by a talking snake to eat from a magical tree.
    thankyou guys for saving my soul
    RAmen

  2. CrudOMatic says:

    Spaghetti is real, your God is not.

  3. Landon Phillips says:

    Hinduism is a cool religion that is also oriented towards peace and prosperity.*.*

  4. dss8345 says:

    I almost cried laughing when Concerned Citizen called our Lord a “dinner option.”

  5. Jessica Taylor says:

    hinduism is a very interesting religion in my opinion-’.

  6. DarthFennec says:

    … christianism? Never heard of it.

  7. Chocolate Truffles says:

    hinduism is a good religion, my father is hindu and also my mother ;”

  8. theFewtheProudtheMarinara says:

    “I shall be praying for you all.”
    Translation: “You’re all going to hell”. You know – that place no one has ever seen or come back from that a minority of people on earth believe in. My all-loving and all-merciful god’s eternal torture chamber.

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