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Re: Pastafarian Parables

Postby black bart on Fri Jan 23, 2009 5:05 pm

:D Aarrrgh ye've cheered me an Walktheplank up no end matey...now if only he can stop his audiences fallin asleep half way through his parables, the world moight learn somat (mostly about wenches wivout undies and grog).

I have heard he be workin on his next parable whilst suppin his grog in the Admiral Benbow...'The Prodigal Cabin Boy'. :?
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Re: Pastafarian Parables

Postby Edd on Sat Jan 24, 2009 9:40 am

black bart wrote::D Aarrrgh ye've cheered me an Walktheplank up no end matey...now if only he can stop his audiences fallin asleep half way through his parables, the world moight learn somat (mostly about wenches wivout undies and grog).

Perhaps visual aids?
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Re: Pastafarian Parables

Postby Roy Hunter on Sat Jan 24, 2009 2:50 pm

Edd wrote:Perhaps visual aids?

A guide dog and a white stick?
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Re: Pastafarian Parables

Postby pieces o'nine on Mon Jan 26, 2009 5:00 am

black bart wrote:*sigh*

Give me a break. That was my first ever parable. I bet Jesus started off with completely rubbish ones. Maybe I should stick to being a Leper. :?


Don't let anyone put down your maiden parable, Bart. I had never heard a juxtaposition of "the parable of the foolish wenches" and "going commando" before, and it is surely inspired teaching...

And you are correct about JC's early material (everything from *before* he took his perfected act on the road). I've heard rumors about early attempts in suppressed gospels, such as "A Priest, a Levite, and a Good Samaritan walk into a bar..."
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Re: Pastafarian Parables

Postby black bart on Tue Jan 27, 2009 5:32 am

pieces o'nine wrote:
black bart wrote:*sigh*

Give me a break. That was my first ever parable. I bet Jesus started off with completely rubbish ones. Maybe I should stick to being a Leper. :?


Don't let anyone put down your maiden parable, Bart. I had never heard a juxtaposition of "the parable of the foolish wenches" and "going commando" before, and it is surely inspired teaching...

And you are correct about JC's early material (everything from *before* he took his perfected act on the road). I've heard rumors about early attempts in suppressed gospels, such as "A Priest, a Levite, and a Good Samaritan walk into a bar..."


I see where JC went wrong there. It should have been: 'A Priest, a Levite, a Good Samaritan and an Irish Pharisee walk into a bar...no...no, hang on...The Irish Pharisee was already in the bar drinking Guinness.
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Re: Pastafarian Parables

Postby FaithfulPirate42 on Thu Jul 30, 2009 3:11 am

You mean they don't just grow there?
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Re: Pastafarian Parables

Postby Ham Nox on Thu Jan 21, 2010 6:16 pm

How did he know that the girls didn't have underwear on? :lech:
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Re: Pastafarian Parables

Postby Edd on Thu Jan 21, 2010 10:25 pm

I must thank Ham Nox for reviving this thread, even if it was only to comment on Bart's parable instead of one of mine. It seems I must once more till the creative soil that is the unwritten scripture of the Flying Spaghetti Monster in a probably futile attempt to be known as someone other than 'that headless guy who started the thread Bart had that parable in. You know, the one with the wenches without undies.'

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Re: Pastafarian Parables

Postby Ham Nox on Fri Jan 22, 2010 1:50 pm

Edd wrote:I must thank Ham Nox for reviving this thread, even if it was only to comment on Bart's parable instead of one of mine. It seems I must once more till the creative soil that is the unwritten scripture of the Flying Spaghetti Monster in a probably futile attempt to be known as someone other than 'that headless guy who started the thread Bart had that parable in. You know, the one with the wenches without undies.'


Haha, I was more commenting for someone else's sake. I LOOOOOOOOOVE your parables, an' if they don't wind up in the Loose Canon I might have to kill someone :guilty: .

In fact, I was reading them to a good friend, and when I got done I thought "What the hay, I'll read her BlackBart's parable while I'm still on the page." The comment belongs to her.

I'm not sure I get the point of BlackBart's parable, if there is one to be found. During my short-lived attempt to compile the Loose Canon myself (A project that may one day continue if I ever find my flash-drive... This is why it's important to have back-up copies of everything :facepalm: ), I included it with a note assigning the meaning of the parable to be 'Don't over-analyze: Some stories just don't have a point.'

I think it's a pretty important thing to remember while reading the Loose Canon, don't you?
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............................P(X|A) * P(A)
P(A|X) = -----------------------------------
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Re: Pastafarian Parables

Postby Edd on Fri Jan 22, 2010 2:02 pm

There is always a point, but sometimes the point is just to make someone laugh.

I think what you probably meant is that there isn't always a lesson, and you're right. As Professor Black 'Sigmund' Bart once said, 'Sometimes a fish head is just a fish head.'
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Re: Pastafarian Parables

Postby Ham Nox on Fri Jan 22, 2010 2:13 pm

Yeah, that's it =D
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