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FSM ornaments

Published December 7th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

nice ornament

This FSM ornament was spotted as #2 on SF Weekly’s Dork the Halls: Nerdy Christmas Tree Ornaments article.

Update: here’s a pattern make your own FSM ornament (shown below).

very nice, also

Send me photos of your ornaments and FSM tree-toppers and I’ll post them up on the site.

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Lady Pirate-Fish

Published November 23rd, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

Lady Pirate-Fish

Hello!
I just wanted to share my latest tattoo design with you guys since I got the image from your lovely wonderful site.

As you can see, I added a bow to the top of it to make it a girly pirate fish as I myself am a girl. :) (I added one of me too so you can see just how girly I am!!) The pirate fish is on my left forearm and I had it done last night.
I hope you like it!!
Maria

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Halloween roundup

Published November 1st, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

Please keep sending me your photos, I’ll post them here.

Brokeback
Kyle and his Pirate Fish pumpkin

Billy's pumpkin
Billy’s pumpkin

Domenico's pumpkin
Domenico’s pumpkin

Jeff's pumpkin
Jeff’s pumpkin

Kevin and his pumpkin
Kevin and his pumpkin

Kevin's pumpkin - closeup
Kevin’s pumpkin, close-up

Mark's pumpkins
Mark’s pumpkin

Mike's pumpkin
Mike’s pumpkin

Mike A's pumpkin
Mike A’s pumpkin

Richard's pumpkin
Richard’s pumpkin

Timothy's pumpkin.  Please note the careful editing work I did to preserve the hooters ad.
Timothy’s pumpkin.

Troy's pumpkin
Troy’s pumpkin

Dana'a costume
Dana’s costume

My Halloween costume this year was a roaring success! Walking from unenlightened home to home, I did my pastafarian duty by spreading the word of the Flying Spaghetti Monster to those with closed ears. “Blessed art thou, touched by His Noodly Appendage!” (Articulated noodles were a real boon.) I realize that preachers must wear full pirate regalia, but I hope an exception can be made when instead one appears in all the splendor of His Noodliness. Or perhaps it is sacrilegious and I should walk the plank!
-Dana


This one was anonymously sent in.

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keychain

Published October 26th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

This reminds me of Shrinky Dinks for some reason - anyone remember those?

Our Deity has chosen to appear on my key ring!

You can imagine I feel really Touched.

Ramen,

Theo

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amazing painting

Published October 20th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

Amazing
Full Size | 8.5×11 PDF

As an artist and a Pastafarian, I deemed it necessary to heed the calling of his noodliness and commence work to bring His glory to the two dimensional surface.

And I have used the principles of composition, of values, of line, and chromas, and I have painted pixels in his image. Blessed be the FSM for giving us the rules of composition!

And I arranged the masses of light and dark, and behold, they pleased His noodly Eye. Blessed be the FSM for creating contrasts in value!

And I cooked spaghetti for visual reference, and rendered His holy form, guided by His Noodly Appendage. And I have consumed the spaghetti, and rejuvenated by this holy communion, I placed the highlights upon his noodles. Blessed be the FSM for creating light and shadow, so that we could see our pasta!

And I placed colours and pirate regalia upon the army of His deciples, and behold, I spent many a day putting details in their midst. Praised be the FSM for showing us the way, for to err is human, but to Arr is Pirate.

R’amen brothers and sisters, may the image of His Noodliness please thy eye.

Pastafarian Miłek aka Ethically Challenged

http://ethicallychallenged.daportfolio.com

Huge thanks to Milek … I was blown away when I saw this painting. Click on the picture for the full-resolution version.

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FSM painting

Published October 9th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

I think this would look great hanging in a gallery.

My own personal tribute to his Holy Noodeliness

RAmen,

-Emma

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above the workspace

Published September 24th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

Watching everything

As a deeply religious fellow Pastafarian, I feel as a divine duty to report the following wonderful miracle to you.

Today, exactly at 9:45AM, our Lord, the One and Almighty Flying Spaghetti Monster, appeared and floated above my workdesk for several seconds. After He touched me with His Noodly Appendage, he disappeared, but fortunately not fast enough for leaving no evidence after Him. I managed to grab my camera and take this beautiful photo just before he faded away into the heavenly skies!
Please let me share this miraculous sight with the rest of the world, for the sake of spreading the divvy idea of our Great Saviour!

Yours sincerely,
Arnold

P.S.: by the way, the FSM doll was made (planked) from wool by my girlfriend and it’s hanging on a fishing string – probably scaring out the shit from anyone who’s not aware of it’s existence before entering the room :)

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