FSM AND THE LAST SUPPER

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FSM AND THE LAST SUPPER

Postby F-S-M-IS-MY-G-O-D on Wed Feb 28, 2007 1:29 am

WELL HERE IT IS.... I POSTED THIS IN ALL THINGS FSM.... IN OUR TOPIC, WE DECIDED THAT MONSTERS SHOULD BE ADMITTED INTO "OUR RELIGION".... There.... Here is my rendition of what the last supper probably looked like.



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Re: FSM AND THE LAST SUPPER

Postby E.Raser two on Wed Feb 28, 2007 7:00 am

F-S-M-IS-MY-G-O-D wrote:WELL HERE IT IS.... I POSTED THIS IN ALL THINGS FSM.... IN OUR TOPIC, WE DECIDED THAT MONSTERS SHOULD BE ADMITTED INTO "OUR RELIGION".... There.... Here is my rendition of what the last supper probably looked like.



http://download.yousendit.com/DFD12D3453D86982


ci si potrebbe fare un bel brodetto di pesce con tutti quegli anfibi :mrgreen:
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Re: FSM AND THE LAST SUPPER

Postby E.Raser two on Wed Feb 28, 2007 7:03 am

F-S-M-IS-MY-G-O-D wrote: Here is my rendition of what the last supper probably looked like.





Can we eat all those monsters with bread too :mrgreen:
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Monsters

Postby F-S-M-IS-MY-G-O-D on Wed Feb 28, 2007 1:56 pm

I'd be scared the monsters might eat me =P. However, in all fairness, pastafarians should take it all beings... Therefore, we cannot eat them and we should hope they won't dine on us either!
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Postby F-S-M-IS-MY-G-O-D on Wed Feb 28, 2007 2:06 pm

Anglais raser?
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Re: Monsters

Postby E.Raser two on Thu Mar 01, 2007 6:16 am

F-S-M-IS-MY-G-O-D wrote:I'd be scared the monsters might eat me =P.


If you put a kalashnikov in the picture too.....we can eat all those monsters and not viceversa.
I like to eat them.....with the bread of the original painting :mrgreen:
Who save me from monsters and others :mrgreen:
But if you like to eat them them like a roast-beaf.......the brontosauro is hard :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Cant eat them!

Postby F-S-M-IS-MY-G-O-D on Thu Mar 01, 2007 6:25 pm

Now Now.. Pastafarians are NON VIOLENT. We cannot shoot hte monsters with russian made guns and eat them! How would the world view us? We must accept all with open arms.. (And hope to hell they dont eat our arms).
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Re: Cant eat them!

Postby E.Raser two on Fri Mar 02, 2007 10:16 am

F-S-M-IS-MY-G-O-D wrote: How would the world view us?


NON VIOLENT PIRATES, make spring at 01 march :mrgreen:
Do you know there are + 20 °C here , and all the sky is full of rondini ( Swallows ? )

If you present a picture of THE LAST SUPPER
( Their Last Supper, not mine !!!!! )
my chief problem is
HOW
to eat
what I see in the center of the picture.
THis picture it has been the best spot of publicity of last 2.000 years, better that pubblicity of Mulino Bianco into TV.
Bilions of people have eated in the centuries
THE CENTER OF THE PICTURE.
Do we must accept monsters, new, with open arms ?
WEll, but I want, and I have, a Colt in each hand and arm :mrgreen:
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Re: FSM AND THE LAST SUPPER

Postby F-S-M-IS-MY-G-O-D on Sat Mar 28, 2009 6:49 am

Bumping my several year old thread (2007 probably last time I have logged in) to post a Recap of my WORSHIP for the FSM at the "LAST SUPPER".

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