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Church, mosque, synagogue & ________?

Postby PenneKnight » Thu Aug 25, 2005 6:39 pm

Christians have churches, Muslims have mosques and Jews have synagogues. What do we have?

I propose Holy Kitchens, but open the floor to additional suggestions.
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Postby Omnieiunium » Thu Aug 25, 2005 7:04 pm

I am pretty sure this has been covered before, but I do believe that kitchens are places of worship. As well, the 'priests' are Little Italian Grandmothers.
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Postby AmZ » Thu Aug 25, 2005 9:14 pm

Hmm... anyone else think there's a franchise opportunity here?

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Postby Sylvie369 » Thu Aug 25, 2005 11:49 pm

Colander.
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Postby Brother Bucatini » Fri Aug 26, 2005 12:34 pm

Maybe?
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Postby The Plaid Lemur » Mon Aug 29, 2005 3:52 pm

Sylvie369 wrote:Colander.

I do believe that a gathering of pasta, in its' perfection, is in the colander. think of the beautiful architecture of the first Colander! This should be adopted post haste.
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places of worship

Postby Noodlyoodly » Mon Aug 29, 2005 4:18 pm

:lol: Restaurants are our temples, especially but not only Italian restaurants..
The pasta is the life.

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Postby Rincewind SW » Mon Aug 29, 2005 4:40 pm

Furthermore, I reckon that Mecca should be somewhere in Italy. Bologna?
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Postby The Plaid Lemur » Mon Aug 29, 2005 4:49 pm

I think Waco might make an excellent Mecca. The right wing, conspiracy theorist, ID loving, christ touting, camo wearing, Janet Reno hating, Lewinsky talkin' wackos would then have to support the faith by association alone. they could become the unwitting fifth column.
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Postby Carmine Eye » Tue Aug 30, 2005 12:02 am

The most fitting location that has befallen me so far is the Coliseum in Rome. The Coliseum because of it bowl like structure, which is clearly a throne for HIM when the end of time comes, and Rome because of it being the seat of the birthplace of our most holy dish.
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Postby Rincewind SW » Tue Aug 30, 2005 5:00 am

Carmine Eye wrote:The most fitting location that has befallen me so far is the Coliseum in Rome. The Coliseum because of it bowl like structure, which is clearly a throne for HIM when the end of time comes, and Rome because of it being the seat of the birthplace of our most holy dish.


That's probably the best one! :D
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Postby The Plaid Lemur » Wed Aug 31, 2005 12:37 am

My Noodle! The coliseum IS a colander, and they sound suspiciously similar. The Romans, having no pasta at the time, still found it necessary to build the worlds largest (and if I may be so bold, most effective) colander. To think that they were preparing for the arrival of the FSM! The Prophet Bobby should file a claim to the Coliseum on behalf of the FSM religion.
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Postby toasterhead » Sat Sep 03, 2005 11:05 am

Sylvie369 wrote:Colander.
This is the correct answer.
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Re: Church, mosque, synagogue & ________?

Postby voodooguru » Sun Sep 04, 2005 8:40 am

PenneKnight wrote:Christians have churches, Muslims have mosques and Jews have synagogues. What do we have?

I propose Holy Kitchens, but open the floor to additional suggestions.


This is a quote from a post I made called "Shakey-nah" - "The last time Shakey made Saucery she told me that The Monster would come soon, and that he would touch me with his noodly appendage; and he has. She said that I should remind the Noodly Ten Millions that the egyptians, the greeks, romans, visigoths and others before and after; kept their household godesses and gods in the cooking area of their homes. The kitchen is a holy place to the Pastafarian, and it is holy to the Monsterist. She also says that pasta and pasta-like staples have been abiding in the soft cupboards of the Blessed Unbelievers, from Day Dot. When the Foul Forces of Global State and Religious Terrormachismo (FFGSRTm) begin to hoard the noodle, the final (gumdrop) battle will be joined."
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Postby TomatoBeard » Tue Sep 06, 2005 3:59 pm

I think that the most obvious place of worship is the TABLE. It is the place where all members of the faith can break .. noodle. Whether one pays regular penance in the sacred kitchen or only an occasional Talk-like-a-pirate Day appearance at their local Italian Restaurant, they will sit with like-minded and like-stomached people at the table. The Kitchen may be equivalent to the carpenter's cult pulpit (i.e. - a place from which to shout out His Holy Dietary Guidance), but the common scurvy-dog will be seated at the TABLE.

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