Hanging Basket or Sighting

Published May 25th, 2011 by Bobby Henderson


Lo, for His Noodliness has deigned to show His Appendages to me in the form of an old hanging basket in my garden.

To some, this may simply be a hanging basket filled with a dead plant that I, as a crap gardener, just couldn’t be bothered to get round to removing and planting up with something pretty for the summer. But no, to the eye of the true believer, the message is clear… It shows that in death, His Noodliness is there, with His Appendages waiting to lift us, the true believers, up to the bosom of His meatballs, where we can rest content in the floating warmth of his pasta sauce forever. What a way to go!

May we all be touched by His Noodly Appendages.

Cheers! Helen s

29 Responses to “Hanging Basket or Sighting”

  1. Big Guy says:

    God is winning today…

    • Brennana says:

      He’s also whining.

  2. Big Guy says:

    Brennana God The Lord of Host God of Abraham is the almighty unless of course you’re Lebron James who just tied up the game for the Heat with a beautiful 3 pointer one minute to go looks like the Bull stops here..

  3. Big Guy says:

    Rose juts missed a free throw with 28 seconds left down by 2…the Heats ball 25.1 sec

  4. Big Guy says:

    The Heat win 83 80 no Bull’s…

  5. The flying spaghetti monster says:

    Yes, and you shall not be fed lasagna, for it is evil and is only for non-believers. Shall lasagna forever be shamed.


  6. Judge says:

    This was the greatest post of all, and had me laughing in holy delight, just as the Gospel did.

  7. Rasputin says:

    Welcome Judge, let’s hear more from you. Do you wear an 18th century starched wig or are you from the US legal system where they’re prohibited?

    • Keith says:

      I wondered why I didn’t see any American judges wearing wigs. Did they think wigs were too redolent of the British system?

      • Rasputin says:

        Yes, it’s one of the things they wanted to overturn. No curly white starched wigs.

        • TheFewTheProudTheMarinara says:

          For awhile America had the Whig Party, but once they realized they had misspelled “wig”, they disbanded in shame.

  8. Rasputin says:

    There is a Pastafarian reference at about four minutes into the “Family Guy” episode, “Dr. C. and the Women”. Mayor West wears a colander of pasta as a hat. It might not a deliberate reference to Pastafarianism. I wish somebody could contact the “Family Guy” writers and say, “Let’s have an episode in which Brian or Peter become Pastafarians”.

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