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He Boiled for your sins

Published August 25th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

never forget

Zach’s drawing, I love it.  

I want to see the FSM being drained in a Colander.  Anyone?



34 Responses to “He Boiled for your sins”

  1. dd says:

    Come on, don’t use the cross, use a stake then we can see him in every lamp post, junction, line or any other straight marking… A cross requires two straight lines at right angles to each other, whereas a stake requires only one line and we can see it at a lot more places…

  2. Miro.D says:

    our great leader has blessed this child with a vision of himself
    let us thank his noodly goodness for appearing before our eyes through the imagination of this wonderful artist

    Oh lord we thank thee for showing us your delicious presence
    we are humbled by your thoughtfulness in reminding us of your great sacrifice
    blessed was this day when i was again touched by your noodly appendage

    RAmen

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  4. leftover spaggetti says:

    he boiled for our sins, the least we can do is not leave him in the back of the fridge to go bad.

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  7. John says:

    FSM being drained in a collander and “crucified” on a fork. A cross doesn’t really work cause you’d have to nail down all those noodly appendages and that’s just take forever.

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