mysterious sand formation resembles flying spaghetti monster

Published March 16th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Hi, Bobby. I’ve enjoyed your site, and appreciate your moral goal and Swiftian efforts.

While travelling in France I visited the Dune du Pyla, the highest sand dune in Europe. It was a beautiful place and walking the length of it was peaceful and meditative — all the more so when I drew, er, found this holy spot. (See photo.)

-David Baucom
-Charlotte, NC


136 Responses to “mysterious sand formation resembles flying spaghetti monster”

  1. Wench Nikkiee says:

    Enya Mar 30th, 2007 at 10:42 am
    “What’s an AW?? Not familiar with that.”
    AW=Aussie Wench :))
    Your turn…..what is a DVM? :)
    “Mind you – it goes mad when I’ve gone to bed”
    I thought that only applied to my side of the planet :)
    And just remember you borrowed those wings from me! Is ok though…. they gave me a new pair :p

  2. Pansy says:

    This link…what my friends do :))
    Woof…woof woof…wag wag wag wag…

  3. Enya says:

    @Alchemist: I know those excuses, totally nonsense. The only breed who injures his tail on a regular basis is the Great Dane (too long and thin, often trapped in doors) and that’s never cropped. And in dogs used for dogfight it made sens (if any sense at all!) to cut the ears:target and bleeding.
    So, enough of that, more humor again! (DVM = Vet, but it could also stand for Divine Vonderful… okay I stop trying)

  4. Pansy says:

    “dogs used for dogfight”
    My friends and I don’t like those people :((

  5. Enya says:

    Sorry, Pansy, don’t think about that, Here’s a goodie, good girl!!

  6. Pansy says:

    I like vets…woof…cept when they are coming toward me with shiny things in their hands :((
    Woof :(

  7. Pansy says:

    “Here’s a goodie, good girl!!”
    Wag wag wag wag wag

  8. Enya says:

    I know, lot of your fellas hate me, used to this ;) but usually the cats are more vengeful, dogs are easier to bribe. But I like anyone who doesn’t have more than 4 legs (with ecxeption of our Holiness, of course)

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