Shrine to the FSM in France

Published September 11th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

nice boat


the real pirate fish

While visiting “Les Machines de l’Ile Nantes” in france I discovered a great shrine to The Flying Spaghetti Monster.

The construction of a vast noodly walkway in progress, and a huge pirate fish of their creation.

I thanked the FSM for extending his noodly appendage to me even when on holiday.

Pastafarian Reuben.

17 Responses to “Shrine to the FSM in France”

  1. Chundermutton says:

    This is amazing!
    i was impressed at the structure, but the skeleton fish with pirate flag in the background truly was the icing on the cake! (or sauce on the pasta)

  2. Sparky says:

    I too have made the pilgrimage to this shrine this summer, and was amazed. However, I was dissapointed to find that the cafe/restaurant does not serve pasta!

  3. em says:

    wow. thats awesome!! i would go to
    france just to see that.

  4. Anni says:

    I just found out that there is a church in Finland, in the city of Tampere, that is build to the shape of The FLying Spaghetti Monster!

  5. Mealin says:

    I live in nantes ! That Temple for the Great Nodle was built with secret plan inspired by people touched by his noodly appendage … I hope one day we could reveal his true goal =)


  6. steakhouse new york city says:

    Keep functioning ,terrific job!

  7. awenafunagain says:

    Je suis de Nantes, longue vie au monstre spaghettis volant

    “Tirons du Monstre volant en spaghettis, sa sauce,
    Et de sa sauce, ses nouilles,
    Et de ses nouilles, ses boulettes de viande,
    Et de ses boulettes de viande, le savoir,
    Et du savoir, la connaissance des choses savoureuses,
    Et de la connaissance de ces choses, l’amour des spaghettis,
    Et des spaghettis, l’amour du Monstre volant en spaghettis.

    • Rasputin says:

      Dear awen, merci pour visite notre blog! Je regret ma Francaise est tres mal. Je pense je comprende votre message. Vive la monstre volante en spaghettis! Toutes les Pastafariennes en le monde parlez avec la meme lingue apres dix litres de bier.

      • Fat Bastard says:

        Oooh, la la! I thought I was in Paris.

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