happy Holidays everybody

Published December 14th, 2016 by Bobby Henderson

The Holiday[1] season is here again. How to Spread the Word of the FSM? Here are a few ideas:

• The Holiday e-Card machine is up and running again this year.

You can send a festive Holiday e-Card to your friends and family with a personalized message here. Below are a few of the designs:



FSM Ministry Nominations

Also — this season, if you know someone with impeccable character, ready to serve as a spiritual leader, you can nominate them to the FSM Ministry.

FSM Ministers will receive Lithograph Paper Certificates and PVC Minister’s ID cards, and will be added to the official registry. You can order here.



Or how about a festive FSM tree (this one courtesy of Trevor)



Here’s Tarun’s tree:



Amy spotted this amazing display on her neighbor’s house in Everett, WA:




[1] A note on Holiday: years ago, we noticed there was a shift in the way people expressed winter greetings — fewer “Merry Christmas’s” and more “happy holidays”. We concluded that these people were most likely Pastafarians (albeit many of them in secret) wishing people a happy Holiday – referring to our winter celebration Holiday, also known as ChriFSMas.

157 Responses to “happy Holidays everybody”

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  1. Pastadamus says:


    • Pastadamus says:

      it just takes you back here.

      • Captain Birdseye says:

        Inspired by Amy’s submitted photo, I have begun construction of, either four months late or eight months early, a high-tech FSM for next ChriFSMas. I have purchased 25 metres of the latest electro-luminescence cord, that glows like neon, in red and pale yellow. I have designed a thick wire armature to secure the cord to and intend to hang Him from a tree in my front garden. It will be quite large. I shall submit photos when completed. Perhaps I should order another few cords, perhaps in festive green, to also spell out “Happy ChriFSMas”.

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  3. Rasputin says:

    I read a great comment on a YouTube video about faith healing.
    “Faith healing doesn’t work for the same reason that fortune tellers don’t win the lottery”.
    Hard to make a bigger impact with so few words.

    • Captain Birdseye says:

      Rasputin, at which point the hard-core superstious invoke the No True Scotsman falacy: ‘Their faith wasn’t true’; ‘They did it wrong’; ‘They can’t abuse their powers’ etc. It’s a version of Blaming The Victim, also known as The Just World Hypothesis. Of course, whenever by chance the outcome is favourable, supernatural forces are credited.
      Try a trick on your wife: show her a coin and tell her that you have just tossed it ten times and it came up heads each time. Ask her to predict what the next toss will be. You’d be surprised at how many people insist that the odds are no longer 50/50. Actually, this may be a good way of winning pints at the pub.

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