Published July 26th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

My fiancee and I recently traveled to Santorini, Greece and were delighted to see this lovely item in one of the local artisan shops in the town of Fira. The husband of the shop keeper is a carpenter and made everything in the store by himself, including this box. I’m glad to see that his noodley appendage has reached deep into the heart of the Aegean.


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  1. Apprentice Frederic says:

    @D of P: Oops. How stupid of me! I betcha I know. “DPE” for “Dawn of Pastafarian Era” might fly as an alternative?????

  2. Giogros says:

    FSM is at Greece!! Never seen Him here yet :(
    I’m glad that others have!
    I’m from Athens.. After I saw this I’m going on vacation at Santorini ;).. Such a holy place now!

  3. Doctor of Pastdivinity says:

    Yes, dear Apprentice Frederic, BBH is an acronym identical to the perhaps more accurate of DPE. I think that our beloved Prophet, for the sake of modesty, would rather use DPE instead of person-centered BBH.

  4. Apprentice Frederic says:

    @D of P: Your reply much appreciated! As a corollary to your historical comments, one might wonder if there is study material for Pastafarian archaeologists in comparisons of both DNA and spaghetti recipes between Atlantic City and Santorini/Thera. The box, even without His Inevitable Noodly Intervention, can’t possibly be coincidence…..

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