Holiday e-Cards

Published December 4th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

The printed FSM Holiday cards sold out in 4 days this year (sorry), so I put together this e-Card sender. Just fill out the form to send this e-Card to your friends/family, possible converts – whoever you want.

Try it out

Thanks to Andrew Shaffer for the amazing artwork.

32 Responses to “Holiday e-Cards”

  1. Bombadil says:

    i think he’s supporting HIS OWN HOLIDAY! called HOLIDAY. i just learned that pretty much every ancient religion has had some sort of major holiday at about the same time Christians now celebrate Christmas, way to conform to other religions bobby :). however, I DON’T SEE ONE OF THOSE KWANZA HATS ON THE FSM!

  2. St John the Blasphemist says:

    Still trying to get ahold of those evasive jollyfish/FSM button badges–not to mention the FSM stubby (beer) coolers.
    St John the Blasphemist
    Saint of Merchanising Potential

  3. ☠DutchPastaGuy☠ says:

    Hi St John,
    There’s some FSM disciples activity you might be interested in. Drop me an email at [email protected] if you’re interested.

  4. Momi Pink Shoes says:

    @everyone talking about FSM supporting Christmas – I’ve come to this conclusion: FSM created “Pastamas” where the gift of pasta-love was passed around. He blessed everyone with good food, good friends and crazy-fun family. Santa got jealous and decided he was going to steal Pastamas from the FSM. He was going to give everyone gifts so they would love him more. Since the FSM knew about what was going to happen, he left cookies and milk in every house for Santa as a gift. They made a pact so they could share – FSM would provide food, good friends and crazy-fun family and Santa would leave the gifts under the tree.
    The tree is a gift of worship for the FSM. The tinsel is the noodles and the baubles are the meatballs. The reason it’s called Christmas is because Santa’s real name is “Chris Cringle”. FSM wanted to be nice and name it after Santa since they are such good friends. =)

  5. Momi Pink Shoes says:

    How come my post didn’t show up?

  6. Momi Pink Shoes says:

    Nevermind, it showed up ^.^

  7. Jean Bart says:

    @Momi Pink Shoes Dec 6th, 2007 at 6:15 pm: “How come my post didn’t show up?”
    The mysteries of moderated blogging tend to cause such phenomena. Days of delayed debating ahead, I’m afraid. Without said delay this post should turn up right under the quoted post, but now it will end up about one and a half pages further, if it shows up at all… And forget about medals! Well, that’s maybe the prophet’s intention: to get rid of the medals!

  8. rmw says:

    @Momi Pink Shoes–it’s the new moderation thing.

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