You know spagetti pasta was not created till the 12th century

Published June 29th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

You know spagetti pasta was not created till the 12th century on a wooden press. are you saying the world is only 900 years old. If so then the dinosor bones are all fakes and ther primates are almost family

-david



140 Responses to “You know spagetti pasta was not created till the 12th century”

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  1. Fares says:

    Obviously spaghetti pasta was created in His image, and not the other way round… duh

    Actually the “dinosaur” fossiles were put in the sedimentary layers of the earth by His Holy Noodliness the FSM to test our faith. The earth is not more than 6000 yo according to the Living Gospel of the FSM

  2. flawlless says:

    So just because humanity was unable to understand the design of our creator until the ’12th century’, we didn’t exist? thats just stupid..

    thats like saying we didn’t stick to the ground until Newton figured out gravity or that we didn’t get sick until we understood bacteria and viruses..

  3. Princess Psycho says:

    David, Actually Chinese noodles (which is why the FSM is frequently refered to as the Noodly one) pre-date Italian pasta,and Arab traders most likely became introduced to them due to their trade routes with China. Historically, people in Italy ate pasta in the form of gnocchi-like dumplings – pasta fresca eaten as soon as it was prepared. It has now been asserted that the Muslims who populated Southern Italy (around the 12th Century) were the first to develop the innovation of working pasta from grain into thin long forms, capable of being dried out and stored for months or years prior to consumption (see Peter Robb’s Midnight in Sicily pp 94-96 for details). Possibly, Muslim traders with links to Arab trade routes to China may have been introduced to pasta or noodles that way.
    At least you are a lot more intelligent than all the rest

  4. Insightful Ape says:

    You are missing the point Dave. His Noodly Goodness always existed, long before pasta. Pasta was created is His image.
    RAmen

  5. Garrick McElroy says:

    “And then the Flying Spaghetti Monster created foods in his image, and they were called Pasta. He saw that it was good. However the Midgit didn’t like the idea of eating Pasta every night of his life (I don’t know why personally, pastas are the most delicious thing on earth) and so he began complaining. The FSM grew tired of the Midgit’s constant complaining, and so he brought forth all the animals of the world and told the Midgit he could eat them. The Midgit called the cow “beef” the pig “pork” and the chicken “chicken.” The Midgit had grown bored with naming and had lost all creativity at that point.”

    Pasta was created in his image. Forgive me if I got the quote wrong but I don’t have my gospel with me, when I get home I’ll give you the quote word for word.

    Here’s to hoping His Noodly Appendage touches you and may His Sauce rain down upon you,
    -GM
    RAmen

    If you have any questions about or just want to discuss the existence of the FSM, you can reach me at kanastag@comcast.net

  6. Cheeetar says:

    Yes, but Pasta was created in his perfect image. It just took him a while to get around to it, because the whole Earth thing tired him out.

  7. able semen says:

    What is “spagetti pasta”? Is it the Anti-Spaghetti?

    The Flying Spaghetti Monster may have given his children access to a god-like carbohydrate in the 12th century but His Noodliness has existed for much longer than time itself! In answer to your question the world has indeed existed for 900 years: hence the BS/AS colander we work with today (BS – Before Spaghetti; AS – Après Stupidity)

    I think you will find that dinosors did not have bones and that a marmoset is your mother (You may also discover that your word-processor has a spell-checker).

  8. Ron says:

    *sigh*
    Fail.
    Learn to read, kid.

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