How Come his spaghettiness gave the italians the gift of mastering his matter, or his noodlyenness blessing the chinese?
I am very much interested in reading the good book of FSM, however B&N was out and I had to order it. The one thing that puzzled me was that they said the book is in the humor section. Funny, why is it not listed in the religous section? Or in that case, why aren’t all the other religous books listed under humor?
If Kathy Griffin would have thanked FSM, then maybe people would not be upset about her awards speech.
Are people on low carb diets like the anti-FSM?
I can’t wait to get my book, in hopes all my questions are finally answered.
Apologies for no doubt raising a question that has already been raised before, but would it be possible for the FSM to make a meatball so spicy that even He couldn’t eat it? I’m driven to a state of Lewis Carrollian apoplexy by the paradox.
I don’t know about that Orange Zenith, that would give FSM the powers of Chuck Norris.
Chuck Norris is the only man who can beat Chuck Norris in a fight, without losing.
@Orange Zenith Sep 14th, 2007 at 2:21 am: “Apologies for no doubt raising a question that has already been raised before, but would it be possible for the FSM to make a meatball so spicy that even He couldn’t eat it?”
Coming from a background where jews and jesuits have the reputation of answering a question with another question, I’ll do likewise: why on earth would the FSM eat meatballs? Isn’t it revealing enough that He is drunk most of the time? Mind you, He probably COULD do that, if drunk enough, and then blame it on the boose. Nothing cooler than an imperfect deity!
I search for fellow MSN Pastafarians.
Remember to say grace before every meal, (spaghetti, chow mien, ramen or otherwise)
Oh Flying Spaghetti Monster, hear our prayers,
Bless us and touch us with thy noodly appendage,
Bless us with thy everlasting meatballs of wisdom,
Extend thy noodly appendage unto the disbelievers,
May they be touched by thy noodly appendage,
And bask in thy aura of basil and garlic.
Thy will be done,
Thy noodly kingdom come.
In thy saucy grace we pray.
I wasn’t sure if I should post this message or not – because mine is a personal realtionship with Him. I don’t believe in prosletizing, or trying to push fresh parmesan on anyone. But, I wanted to let anyone out there who is TRULY SEARCHING know that HE is Real!!! That His love is delicious! And He Loves YOU! Sweet, Sweet, Noodle.
CAN ANYONE HELP ME ON THIS:
What does it mean when you wake up and have marinara coming out of your palms?
It is a sign! The Great Noodly One has either blessed you, cursed you or felt bored and decided to give the True Believers (that’s us!) something to think about!
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