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beagle wrote:Who are you giving them to Griffin? Out here in Fen country don't know who would take them (except maybe the vicar next harvest festival). Is giving green noodle vouchers to Oxfam an acceptable substitute? Is there somewhere in central Cambridge that would take them? (Not King's College high table).
Dr. Otis Lansa wrote:Sharing the Holy Meal is a Virtue of Pastafarianism. I propose that each Pastafarian donates to their local Food Bank as they can afford in honour of Pastamas*, in the form of pasta and / or sauce.
If we can figure out how many individual spaghetti noodles are in a bag of spaghetti, we can aim for a goal of 1 000 000 noodles!
Please donate what you can for those who must go without pasta, and post here to keep a tally of our contributions in His Noodly Name. I might even be able to talk the Admins into awarding the title of Pasta Philanthropist Extraordinare to the person with the biggest donation, but do it for His Noodlyness, not for the title!
Happy Holiday, Merry Saucemas, and a Happy Noodle Year!
Donations to Date: (need details on g of pasta and mL of sauce eventually, so we can make a grand combined total!)
Doc: 20 Packs of Spaghetti (40 lbs) - 18,000 Noodles!
Alpaca: Noodles (8)
Griffin: Noodles (1); Sauce (2)
Dr. Otis Lansa wrote::shock: Here, I can turn them in at the supermarket. Mind you, that can become an issue if you don't have a supermarket.
beagle wrote:Big out of town supermarkets yes, food banks no. At least I've never seen one. Our charities seem to prefer to take cash and buy locally. I'll have to rely on an FSM inspired transubstantiation at the destination.
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