TwistedSister wrote:You can't go wrong with a side of Bacon on your side.........
Roy Hunter wrote:Welcome, Gnocchic! Didn't see much about beer and strippers in that post, but I'm sure you'll get to that part.
Unlikely - I don't understand other people's distinctions between one form of religion and another because I try to avoid thinking about such things at all. So far, fairly successfully.Gnocchic wrote:You may have Gnoccicism confused with another sect.
Gnocchic wrote:Greetings fellow Pastafarians! I am a recent convert to the Gnocchic sect of the FSM. Gnochic (from gnostikos, "learned", from Ancient Greek: γνῶσις gnōsis, knowledge; Arabic: الغنوصية al-ġnūṣīh) is the belief that the material world should be shunned and the Pasta world (FSM's world) should be embraced. Gnocchic ideas influenced many ancient restaurants and cuisines which teach that Gnocchis (variously interpreted as satiety, fullness, hunger free, etc.) may be reached by practicing pasta making to the point of personal poverty, sexual abstinence (as far as possible for hearers, completely for initiates) and diligently searching for wisdom by helping others consume pasta. However, practices vary.In Gnocchicism, the world of the demiurge is represented by the lower world which is associated with matter, flesh, time, molecules and more particularly an imperfect, ephemeral world. The world of the FSM is represented by pasta and sometimes meatballs, and is associated with the soul and perfection. The world of the FSM is eternal and not part of the physical. It is impalpable, and time doesn't exist there. To rise to the FSM, the Gnocchic must reach the "knowledge" which mixes pasta making, sauce preparation, cheese expertise, and the secrets of history and the universe.
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