impressions in the sand

Published May 5th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson



I recently learned of the FSM but didn’t take it seriously, as I thought it was intended to mock Christianity….but then, as if by the power of Marinara, I came across this undeniable evidence while on a road trip to Las Vegas. I was on I-80 near Reno, NV when I found these impressions left in the sand. There can be no other explanation.

– Duke
Alexandria, MN

21 Responses to “impressions in the sand”

  1. Hawaiian Shirt Racer says:

    I like the idea of a female counterpart to the FSM.
    I am a male feminist.
    Anywhere, where is the proof that FSM is male?

  2. Duke says:

    Later in the evening after these pictures were taken, I was eating at the Circus Circus buffet, and for some reason I was mysteriously drawn to the pasta bar…if that isn’t divine intervention, what is?

  3. Jen says:

    @Hawaiian shirt racer

    Most depictions I have seen of the FSM – especially on the most sacred of texts, the letter to the Kansas School Board – show his noodliness with meatballs.

    Since the difference between snowmen and snowwomen is snowballs, isn’t it logical that meatballs indicate maleness on the FSM?

    Also stripper factory and beer volcano are male ideals of heaven. I would chose strawberry margaritas served by muscular, tanned and well oiled young men. :D

    Perhaps the IPU (may her hooves never be shod) is the female counterpart to the FSM?

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  5. jorge says:

    Doth though not see his blessed meatballs?

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