Ceiling Tile Evangelism

Published November 1st, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

I think they're all being subtley influenced by the FSM above

Beautiful work Matt and SlabCock

Back in May in the closing days of school, the Astronomy teacher at our school, aka Johnson, had his final for his class be to paint a ceiling tile of different galaxies, constellations, or anything Astronomical. Myself, who already took the class but had Johnson for 3 other hours, decided to paint one also. But i wouldnt be painting any stars, oh no… I found it necessary to paint the Almighty FSM.

After starting my project, my friend Slabcock said he would help also. I diligently worked on my portrait while the other students in the school were taking their writing finals.

With blood, sweat, and tears, it finally came around. It was directly put on display. Everyone was in awe of His Noodleiness. Johnson loved it also, and I put it smack dab in the middle of the room. On it had one simple message…

So for the years to come, He will be overlooking all and will be there for any inspiration.



Very nice, Matt, you do excellent work. Some of you will remember Matt and Slabcock from their earlier work.

The FSM and a Fake Mexican FSM Matt and Slabcock

19 Responses to “Ceiling Tile Evangelism”

  1. Mausoleum says:

    And people wonder why other nationalities make fun and joke at americans. WHAT IS THIS!

  2. Italian says:

    Well, if it were in Europe they’d force you to pull it down.

    A few days ago the european court stated again that you have to pull down religious symbols in schools.

    Another victory of intolerance…

  3. Ham Nox says:

    Good thing the FSM is not a jealous god, because I be bowing down to the pwnzorness of this veritable Michaelangelo!

  4. pool tile says:

    What a good post. Everyone was in awe of His Noodleiness.

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