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”

  1. Billy says:

    yall no that all uhv yall r goin tuh hell fer wurshipin food rite?
    well it true
    God will smite yall down tuh thuh depths uhv hell
    yuh hear??

  2. Nathan says:

    Pretty clever idea! To follow suite in the ridiculous waste of time I began re-Godding previously degodded bills by stamping or writing “In God We Trust” on them. This immature stunt in defacing the dollar proves that anti-christs are just as intolerant and prejudice as they claim Christians to be.

  3. Alchemist says:

    Hiya Nathan. How’s tricks? Now why would you trust God?
    Did you also remove the pyramid and all seeing eye from the bills. I believe Masonic symbolism is a no no for a God Trusting Christian. Or are they OK?

  4. bs alert says:

    It’s not illegal to write on US Currency. Currency with writing on it is still legal tender so it doesn’t fall under the definition of “defacement” unless you altered the bill to the point where it wasn’t recognizable.

  5. Alchemist says:

    Hiya BS alert – that your website you’ve linked to. Nice :) Seriously!

  6. mortgage calculators says:

    mortgage calculators…


  7. Sharptooth says:

    I love doing that to money. it’s not illegal though. the bank just usallly burns the money. i have several stamps for money One says “impeach bush!” and i place it next to lincons mouth. Were can i buy this stamp? IO really want to put that on all my cash.

  8. Ciaran says:

    Actually, defacing money in the US is illegal, but placing stamps on money is not. That’s right, there is no problem. In the US it does not violate any laws since you are not intentionally “render[ing] such item(s) unfit to be reissued.”

    Check out:



    for proof. So stop wishing each other evil for “defacing” US money. (I am not sure of the legality of it in other countries.)

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