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Drunken Noodle Fest

Published July 30th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I would like to bring you in the loop on a yearly celebration in honor of FSM and all things noodly.  We call it Drunken Noodle Fest, and we are getting ready to celebrate the 4th annual next month ("DN4").  By we, I mean myself and my friend, Lee Kulick, and all of the Pastafarians we have managed to recruit.  We started the tradition a few years ago and have had a lot of fun with it!

The festivities are billed as "pirate camping adventures in the woods paying homage to FSM" and the event is held each summer in a public national forest location in Colorado.  We dress like pirates, drink grog, and have a jolly-good noodle of a time.  We do our best to keep the event as green as possible by recycling and packing out all of our trash.  The kids are rewarded for collecting litter, so we always end up leaving the location a little cleaner than we found it.

Each guest receives a Drunken Noodle survival kit.  In the past, these have included hand-made items, such as pirate-fish tote bags, 3-D FSM koozies, and FSM magnets; as well as rum shooters (for the adults) and all sorts of pirate-y stuff.  We camp from Thursday through Sunday and the main events occur on Saturday afternoon/evening. 

We have a costume contest and give great FSM prizes (t-shirts, Gospel of the FSM books, key chains, car emblems, etc).  Last year we made a FSM pinata, complete with giant meatballs and glow-in-the-dark googly eyes.  Since it was so much fun, we plan to have another pinata at DN4.  We will also be hiding a FSM pirate treasure (geocache) in hopes of spreading the word of FSM to others.  Guests have been asked to bring Pastafarian-related trinkets to include in the cache. 

Other items on this year’s agenda are a pirate-rubber-duck race down the creek (we will retrieve all of them, of course) and a hunt for the still-to-be-named rubber pirate chicken, both which will result in a special honor and fabulous prize package.  Note: I did not realize there was a pervading "rubber" theme until just this moment. 
Please let me know if you would like more information on Drunken Noodle Fest or would like to join the Drunken Noodle Pastafarians (private) group on Facebook.

All hail FSM!

Alicia Cassens

Co-founder, Drunken Noodle Pastafarians


dn koozie 

dn pinata

dn pirates sign


Flying Spaghetti Monster, the game

Published July 27th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

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The flash game is up again: convert the masses.


The Loose Canon

Published July 26th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

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The FSM community project The Loose Cannon is complete.  You can read it online or download it in its entirety as a PDF.  Click anywhere above to check it out.


It’s a Small Bar After All

Published July 13th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

what's wrong with the girl on the barrel

Heather sent this picture of her friend’s bar.  For me it brought back an intense memory.  My reply to Heather:

2 or 3 years ago I was at Disneyland, at the It’s A Small World attraction and the ride stopped, and we were stuck there in the canal with the ‘it’s a small world’ music blaring over and over and over and over, for I want to say an hour but probably it was only 30 minutes or something.  It was super creepy and those midget robots are just dancing and dancing as if to torment me and steal my soul.  Since then whenever I am reminded of it I am overcome with this vague sense of panic and unease.


Paul the Psychic Octopus

Published July 7th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson


FSM and/or World cup fans might want to check out this Times of India article.


Door propaganda

Published July 6th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson


Our neighbor was hanging up a maria and jesus-icon in the hallway. We couldn’t let it hang unanswered.

Keep up the great work of spreading the words of The Flying Spaghetti Monster!

Regards from Chillnest :)



Suriname evangelism

Published June 30th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I just found this picture that I took last year while I was working for this NGO in Nieuw-Nickerie, Suriname, a small country in South America. It’s a blackboard and there’s stuff on there about a training for social workers and this beautiful drawing of what seems to be about creationism!! Our good lord the FSM is just chilling out there underneath the new style rainbow, which is only half!  He probably likes it better that way!!!

Joanna Kakker from Amsterdam, the Netherlands

I particularly like the sheep and caterpillar and slug.


FSM peers out of windows, not into them.

Published June 28th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I have decided to post one of the FSM large posters in my window. Not only have I had people slow and look at my window to try to understand what it is, but I have received calls from neighbors. Many times have I shared with various people my religion. They tend to ask if they should be concerned.

FSM looks out of windows, not into them. He's not a perv like some Gods I won't mention.

If you want to be like Brooke and print some big posters you can grab the PDFs from here


FSM Race Car at LeMons 500

Published June 24th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

Chris Heerschap was nice enough to share these photos with us:

I’m not sure if you’ve ever heard of the 24 hours of LeMons, but it’s a car race for cars of $500 or less.  Most all of the cars have some sort of theme, and my friends who entered my old car agreed on a FSM theme.  I though it was cool until I saw the car, at which point I realized it was truly divine:


I like the ambulance-style reversed lettering

Pirate-Fish (plural) abound

WWFSMD?   Who can say  ... he shows up in many unexpected places.

More Pirate-Fish.

I love the shirts.

And another FSM themed car? What a great event.

This must be Pastafarian country.

This particular race took place in Summit Point, WV. – part of a series ranging across the country.

This article at detnews has a pretty good explanation of what this race series is about.

With 23 events around the United States in 2010, this amateur series offers wheel-to-wheel competition, with all the burning cars and hot tempers found at professional races. The hitch is that no vehicle can cost more than $500. This is a race of clunkers.

LeMons, a play on the famous 24 hours of Le Mans in France (Lemons, get it?), is open to any would-be-racer/imbecile with the gumption to put together a junker and a team.

Sounds like a good time.


Team FSM hits $300k

Published June 20th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson



Team FSM on Kiva just passed $300k in loans. Amazing!

You can join our team here.

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