Merry ChriFSMas and happy Holidays everyone

Published December 30th, 2012 by Bobby Henderson


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Happy Holidays everyone! I want to share a collection of my favorite displays this season.

But first, check out what is to my knowledge the first ChrisFSMas song, composed by Rade – who, incidentally, makes his home in the same town (Hallein, Austria) as F.X. Gruber, who composed Silent Night.

Now that you’re in a Holiday mood, here are the displays:

Possibly my favorite this year, here’s Scott and Jeanette’s knitted tree-topper.

scott and jeanette's knitted tree-topper

It would not feel like ChrisFSMas without a festive and historically accurate Nativity scene – this one, courtesy of Dmitry:


Here’s an ornament spotted on Dmitry’s Holiday tree:


Abbey found this Holiday stocking at her house:


And the FSM perched atop her tree:


He was spotted on a number of other trees as well:


alexis's chrisFSMas tree - majestic

Katherin's tree - original

haley's tree - beautiful

michelle and kyle's tree

mikes chrisFSMas tree - glorious

He was also spotted in Holiday lights in a window:

Alex's window display - we hear a number of neighbors inquired about the display -- excellent!

and here He is in a yard:


Here’s Mark from New Zealand’s wreath:

Mark's wreath

And He was seen in a number of Holiday treats:


angel's cookie

dalton cookie

Happy Holidays everyone!


27 Responses to “Merry ChriFSMas and happy Holidays everyone”

  1. Scott says:

    I will pray for your immortal soul. Even if you don’t value it, the lord does.

    Your pagan meatball monster cares nothing for it.

    • Pete Byrdie says:

      I don’t walk into your church spitting blasphemy! Although, I quite like the ‘pagan’ appellation for His Noodly Sauciness.

    • SillyKiwiMan says:

      Show me some evidence that this “soul” exists.

      Your story-book doesn’t count as evidence. I want a testable model as proof. Then, I want you to prove it’s immortal.

      Then, instead of praying, try doing something useful.

    • Atsap Revol says:

      Scott, I took a look at your blog. You appear to be mentally unbalanced. I suggest that you seek professional help.

    • Keith says:

      What arrogance! Saying that you will pray for our souls implies that there is something wrong with our lives. Since you don’t know any of us, don’t presume to try and fix our problems: especially not by mumbling some nonsense into thin air.

      • Keith says:

        PS: especially when you are imagining problems that are only in your mind.

    • Adam Walsh says:

      I find it sad that you feel the need to pray for those you believe are lost. If someone feels they have found the answer in a religion other than yours you should be happy that person has found something to believe in. To refer to another persons god in a derogatory way and profess to know how that god feels is ignorant and closed minded, Scott. I hope this holiday season you find your way and are touched by his noodly appendage.

    • I HATE THE FSM says:

      That is true!

      • SillyKiwiMan says:

        No, it’s not.

        (Bloody hell, it’s like Monty Python’s “argument clinic” with this moron!)

        • Rasputin says:

          It’s “Being Hit on the Head Lessons” next door.

  2. Cameron Aero says:

    Since faith or “hope” in the unknown has been with man since the beginning of time…you can surmise that since the beginning of time no one has gotten it right. That means whatever “it” is, is most likely absolute. Either absolutely nothing or absolute in another way.

    I much like the idea of no maker or creator because then we all came from a pile of ooze and have no moral reasoning for anything other then the survival of ourselves.

    I say, that if you don’t believe in a creator or have no faith in anything then you inherently deserve whatever happens to you in this life.

    That’s right, if you’re on foodstamps it’s your own pathetic fault. If you are disabled you have no one to blame but yourself. You got disabled in the war? You raised your hand and through the culmination of your decisions you allowed the enemy to be in your vicinity and shoot some shots at you.

    See…this is why I prefer practices and ideology like the spaghetti monster. It, in turn, makes people inherently susceptible and accountable to their actions.

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    Dear Cameron Aero, please come here more often.

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