Noodley in the UK

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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby Libervurto on Mon Nov 01, 2010 6:55 am

Oi be droppin anchor in Hampshire, England
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby fealreal on Mon Nov 08, 2010 1:23 pm

Avast me hearties, oi be making a short video about me band, Feal Real, an since we r all proud noodlin devotees, plan to make a good section of it on the FSM...
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Any an' all UK / ideally London based pirates that wan'te be gettin involved do send us a personal message or add your voice to this thread.

    Things that would warm our cockles:
    an older Pastafarian who could play a noodly pastor for us (think John Cleese, Stephen Fry)
    some FSM animations of any sort, specially floating noodly dynamics
    some pirates to come to a London gig in full regalia
    any props local pirates moight lend us
    an amiable church we could rebrand and shoot in (!)

You can see some of our auld werks here on yonder website:
http://myspace.com/fealrealx
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby Mailak on Tue May 10, 2011 7:06 am

Arrr, I to am from The UK, in Redcar!
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby Pasteria on Mon Jul 18, 2011 6:36 am

Hi
I live in Brighton and work in London. I'm sure I can't be the only Pastafarian down here. :drinking:
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby ferretiness on Mon Jul 18, 2011 6:00 pm

Pretty sure there aren`t many Pastafarians in the wild and woolly wastelands of North Northumberland where we are! Will have to work at spreading the word amongst the natives
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby spaghead on Wed Jul 27, 2011 2:51 am

I don't live in the UK, but will be there in September for Bestival. (festival on the Isle of Wight). Anyone else going?
Last year the event was clearly touched by his noodly appendage: pirates, two balls, a tree, a midget . . .
Check out this thread "Tree with a Midget in it"':
http://sundaybest.net/site/forums/viewf ... read=11142
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby Cardinal Fang on Wed Aug 03, 2011 3:45 pm

spaghead wrote:I don't live in the UK, but will be there in September for Bestival. (festival on the Isle of Wight). Anyone else going?
Last year the event was clearly touched by his noodly appendage: pirates, two balls, a tree, a midget . . .
Check out this thread "Tree with a Midget in it"':
http://sundaybest.net/site/forums/viewf ... read=11142


I steward at music festivals with Oxfam. I'm on standby to go to Bestival but won't find out if I'm needed for a week or two yet. Depends on if they need extra bodies.

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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby Tigger_the_Wing on Mon Aug 08, 2011 6:55 am

Cardinal Fang wrote:
spaghead wrote:I don't live in the UK, but will be there in September for Bestival. (festival on the Isle of Wight). Anyone else going?
Last year the event was clearly touched by his noodly appendage: pirates, two balls, a tree, a midget . . .
Check out this thread "Tree with a Midget in it"':
http://sundaybest.net/site/forums/viewf ... read=11142


I steward at music festivals with Oxfam. I'm on standby to go to Bestival but won't find out if I'm needed for a week or two yet. Depends on if they need extra bodies.

CF


Where do you find the extra bodies? Dig them up? :shocked:
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby CaiCaden on Fri Feb 10, 2012 7:37 am

Yaaaaaarrrghhhhhhhhh me Hearties. I be new to this here forum and can be found navigating the choppy waters of Suffarrkkkk. Hoping to join the crew of the good ship 'Noodley in the Uk'.
Yours hoping to be that there pillaging soon,
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby TDKs on Tue Mar 20, 2012 5:40 pm

Hallo from the Pirate's Port of Grimsby! (North East Lincolnshire)

Myself and me shipmate are Pastafarians of the ordained kind - the faithful ones, the Fedelini... True believers are always welcome here and we always have carbo-goodness available. :zen:
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby Roland Deschain on Wed Mar 21, 2012 3:02 am

Welcome to my fellow country people. I'm in Hertfordshire, so not too close to any of you newest recruits. There are a number of British residents here, as evidenced by some of the humour. :haha:
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby TDKs on Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:58 am

Oi and 'ee be Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

Useterbee one of the finest ports in all tha land - and the Vikings made it.
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby Griffin on Wed Dec 26, 2012 5:26 pm

Humour? Oi not noticed h'any humour. But Oi be glad ter see this thred still be goin' since the days of owr dear amenabletopasta be so long ago.......... Oi ken be fownd unnerneeth the flightpath fer 'eethrow :zen:
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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby Roy Hunter on Wed Dec 26, 2012 5:57 pm

I used to live under the flight path for Glasgow Airport.

Now I live under the flight path for Prestwick Airport (the only place in the UK Elvis Presley ever visited).

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Re: Noodley in the UK

Postby Roland Deschain on Sat Dec 29, 2012 10:08 am

I used to live under the flightpath for Stansted Airport, or very close to it, but now I don't see planes going over. So much more peaceful in a town...
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