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I spotted the FSM at the Olympics

Published August 8th, 2012 by Bobby Henderson

goodseat

And He has the best seat in the house.

-Nate

Nate, I think you might be right, but can we be sure this is the FSM, and not a Pastafarian evangelizing with athletic tape? I will watch more beach volleyball to investigate. For science.

[Spotted on Boston’s The Big Picture]



20 Responses to “I spotted the FSM at the Olympics”

  1. Randy says:

    The FSM sure knows how to pick ‘em! All the best looking women in the world are Pastafarians!

  2. Ray says:

    Wait, where are the meatballs?–ooh!

    • bewilderbeast says:

      Came here to say just that.

  3. DrMafagafo says:

    I bet she won.
    RAmen!!!

  4. Nico says:

    I’ve seen enough Hentai to know where this is going.

    • Keith says:

      I don’t think athelete is on the list of traditional costumes where tentacles are involved.

      • Thomas L. Nielsen says:

        Well, it is now….

        Regards & all, rAmen and double Arrr….

        Thomas L. Nielsen
        Tentacle Monitoring Office
        Luxembourg

  5. Jipp says:

    Definately touched by his noodly appendage

    • lhommealenvers says:

      Exactly.

  6. Keith says:

    Removal Services? Is this the same thing as “Thugs are Us”?

    • Bill T. says:

      SPAM masquerading as comment.

  7. Rev. Rowan Redbeard says:

    KT Tape has only slightly more going for it than homeopathy has. Which is to say, it works about the same as placebo. Unfortunately, athletes in the public eye are using it, and everyone else is jumping on the non-science based bandwagon, assuming that because these people use it, it must work wonders.

    • Justin says:

      Ahh, not quite. Although the ‘fascial support’ aspect is of relatively dubious merit, I’ve seen some pretty impressive results in increasing underlying fluid movement – reducing bruising for instance. It is also likely to have an effect on proprioceptive feedback – although it could be argued that this is part of a placebo response. It can be rather difficult to remove from, ah, hairy regions. I normally advise use of a razor before application
      I must admit, though, that in this case I thought the FSM was providing his divine touch.

      • Keith says:

        If you’re going to advise use of a razor blade I would not recommend its use to emo athletes.

  8. Rod Hull says:

    I would love to get my tentacles round her

    • Keith says:

      I think your emu would get to her first.

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