FSM checkbook

Published August 26th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson


I was recently ordering new checks (who uses checks anymore?) when I noticed that my bank and most check places only had christian-related or lame spiritually-related checks available for order. This annoyed me and after some contemplation I had a eureka moment, though I’m inclined to think that I was nudged into this by his noodly appendage from above! So I grabbed an image from the most holiest of sites on his noodly web and went to the nearest custom checks facility on the web, i.e. the first one that came up in Google. The result is this marvelous creation which I’ve included for your enjoyment!


39 Responses to “FSM checkbook”

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  1. skeet says:

    Thanks! Order placed.

  2. Teri says:

    As a banker of over 35 years, I am much impressed with your creativity and may just have to copy you! Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery…
    Very Kewl!

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  4. Rudolph Record says:

    Pretty insightful post. Never thought that it was this simple after all. I had spent a good deal of my time looking for someone to explain this subject clearly and you’re the only one that ever did that. Kudos to you! Keep it up

  5. Carla says:

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    Good website! I really love how it is simple on my eyes and the data are well written. I am wondering how I might be notified whenever a new post has been made. I have subscribed to your RSS which must do the trick! Have a great day!

  7. Aaron says:

    I tried to do this, but was shot down with the following statement, “We are unable to print your order because the photo contains a copyrighted image, copyrighted name, registered trademark or a character and is unable to be printed.” I tried to argue that FSM was a deity and not a character, but they wouldn’t budge. I should have argued that they were infringing on my ability to express my faith.

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