FSM candy

Published January 22nd, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Has anyone else seen this?


Haribo Sour S’ghetti Gummi Candy. The package clearly depicts the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Here’s what I’m wondering: Is the company using the FSM as sort of a celebrity spokesman for their product, or is it a subtle anti-pastafarian message? What I mean is, how many products do you see with an illustration of Jesus being impaled by a fork? I get it that spaghetti is sort of associated with forks, but this illustration is of a spaghetti monster, with eyes and everything. So what is the deal, Haribo?

Close-up of the impaling:


Blogger Charles Star at Stay Free Magazine had a different interpretation:

I think what I like most about this FSM illustration is the religious symbolism. While the religious right tries, a la Kramer, to stick a fork in His Noodliness for his heretical existence, he extends a middle finger at those who would undermine science in education.


52 Responses to “FSM candy”

  1. Dread Wench L'TUAE says:

    Ugh. Gummy stuff. I’ll stick with the spaghetti, thanks.

  2. Teh Pirate Fish says:

    Gummies are good! I’ve seen those a couple times. (@ all the chocolate lovers: I’m allerigic to chocolate. Pity me.)

  3. Red DutchPasta Kidd says:

    I am truly deeply sorry for you Pirate Fish. I really am.

  4. The atheist revolutionary says:

    We should never use FSM the creater of God for marketting. People do not eat that Spaghetti. FSM would be realy angry with it

  5. Gomer says:

    what is Hendersons email adress?
    I need it to further the cause.

  6. Gomer says:

    what is Hendersons email adress?
    I need it to further the cause.
    please hlp me

  7. Alchemist says:

    Gomer. It’s under the “About” tab at the top of the page.
    [email protected]

  8. Tina B. says:

    @Pirate Fish
    Maybe His Noodliness will bless you with a healing!(allergy to chocolate)

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