Mexico FSM sculptures

Published January 20th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Madd Dogg Charlie sent us the following:

These two sculptures on the Malecon in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico are obvious artist’s renditions of the FSM. Puerto Vallarta sits on the Bay of Banderas, a hot bed of pirate activity in days of yore. In fact, pirate ships still plow the bay, a favorite tourist tour. It’s probably the reason that the water in the bay is so cool even in December.



16 Responses to “Mexico FSM sculptures”

  1. KaelinRing says:

    Hahahaha, that last picture is awesome. It just shows that the Mexicans wish to be as alike to the FSM as possible.

  2. Song says:

    And the proof of His existance keeps on rolling in…

  3. cindyb says:

    And they (those of other religions) say there is no such thing as the FSM. Here’s proof!

  4. Grave says:

    OMG & OMFSM I need to get there and fast TAXI!!!!!!!!!

  5. lilwench says:

    I don’t know, the one on the bottom looks more like The Dread Cthulhu than His Noodleyness.

  6. Docterry says:

    As a practicing veterinarian here in the states trained in anatomy, I concur that these sculptures are indeed FSM in both Homologus and Analogus structures. The abstractness of the two sculptures in the upper photo reveal the Artists’ unique vision, and the sculpture in the lower photo shows the physiological correctness of FSM. I base this on thirty years experience (and besides that, Mary Till left a Greystone Ramblers recording in Puerto Vallarta 10 years ago establishing my credibility!)

  7. bascule says:

    funny. let’s emigrate to mexico.

  8. Joe's Wench says:

    He looks so happy in the bottom picture! Our god is much happier than the christian god:)

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