Dear Mr. Henderson,
I really have to thank for making everything clear, I feel like after eating icecream.
You made me realize where this world is about. It just makes total sense. Tell me, what else than a giant spaghetti ball could have created our beautyfull world? I got informed by some friends of mine, but even they couldn’t tell me if the gospel was also able to buy in Holland..
Hail The Noodly Master. Ramen
P.S. You are so freaking poowning man, just one word: respect to you (I have the feeling I’m not counting very well).
Response to OEJ’s November 4th post:
The answer to your question is that I am scared by those who have blind faith in anything, whether it be religion, science, or themselves.
At the end of the day, when I am removing my eyepatch and tricorne, I utter a humble prayer unto the Flying Spaghetti Monster thusly:
Dear FSM, may your noodly appendage eternally keep my feet planted firmly to the ground, may you invisibly watch over me, my loved ones, and all pastafarians, and most of all, may you deliver me from those who have blind faith, for lo, they are douches to people who don’t believe in their God, and as you know, I already have too many douches in my life.
-You are so freaking poowning man-What does ‘poowning’ mean? Anyone?
I’m guessing it’s a synonym for omnipotent, as written by someone who believes that the words “beautyfull” and “icecream” are correctly spelled.
Also, I have taken the sacred vow of Not Judging Twatspeakers For Their Grammar, But Instead For Their Spelling. Praise be to His Noodliness.
KILL THE PIRATES burn the holy book of the fsm burn the NOODLEY ONE BURN HIM.
Ill eat the damn ramen
You are welcome to eat all the pasta you can eat. May you be warmed to the soul by His Noodly Goodness. There’s plenty of Marinara sauce. Help yourself to some garlic bread as well.
“someone who believes that the words â€œbeautyfullâ€ and â€œicecreamâ€ are correctly spelled.”
“but even they couldnâ€™t tell me if the gospel was also able to buy in Holland..
Hail The Noodly Master. Ramen”
I suggest it’s simply a matter of english not being Onn3’s first language.
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