FSM Money Stamp

Published November 20th, 2006 by Bobby Henderson


Nick Jones came up with this FSM money stamp. It covers up “In God We Trust” and replaces it with “In Pasta We Trust”. I like it.

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BoingBoing had a post a while ago showing a tiny stamp to strike out the word “God” from paper money:


Which prompted Kim Moser to suggest the following FSM stamp:


Here’s what I want to know: how many people would be interested in a money stamp? We could have them made if there’s enough interest.

665 Responses to “FSM Money Stamp”

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  1. Jingles says:

    Though isn’t defacing currency illegal?

  2. Josh says:

    see also http://www.godoffmoney.com/

  3. TRIX says:

    This rocks. US money is bland, that’s why they put god on it, so we could deface it.
    Countries like Canada, our money is very nice looking, so we don’t put god on it.
    I’d pay money for a stamp, but I’m broke (moth flies out of wallet)
    If I go around and preach in the name of FSM, can I get one to promote?

  4. Beth says:

    I would totally buy a stamp with the great FSM on it. Especially if it was interchangeable

  5. Nick the Infidel says:

    Interchaneable with what?

  6. Mad John Kidd says:

    I like the idea, but I wonder how effective at spreading the word it would be. You stamp the bills, spend them at the shop, the shop’s daily take is deposited in the bank, and the bank promptly shreds the bills to keep defaced tender out of circulation. Just a thought. Still like the idea though.

  7. Jenkins says:

    You should definately mass produce FSM stamps! That would be awesome. But I, too, was wondering if that would be illegal..

    But if you make it I’ll buy. :)

  8. Mighty Pirate Kalypso says:

    I would love a stamp just to put on anything. Not just money. FSM stamps on everything! Haha!

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