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fsm creation

Published May 21st, 2009 by Bobby Henderson


My mother (who remains a Spaghetti Monster skeptic) gave up some ground on the religion issue and created a unique FSM crafty creation as a gift.

Seen here, he is judging our newly sponge painted wall. What other belief system offers a deity who is willing to provide constructive criticism for interior decorating projects?

My humble family were touched by his noodly appendage three years ago. We wanted to raise our children with a religions so that they would have a basis for a moral code in their futures. We considered Orthodox Greek (you know – Zeus, Hermes, Dionysus,and the whole gang) but we found the Pastafarian way of life to be a better fit. We just don’t have the funds or the grasslands necessary to offer the Gods of Mount Olympia the required burnt offerings of cattle.




Published May 4th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson


what baby shower is complete without a flying spaghetti monster bib? i had the spaghetti, i had to have the bib.

-Pastafarian Amy


look what i found

Published April 24th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson


I found *the* original drawing. It was in a box in my car, where I keep all my most important things. The Smithsonian people should put this up somewhere, am I right? How do we make that happen, internet?

*Update* They don’t want it. Here’s what they said:

The Smithsonian Institution is always happy to consider unrestricted donations of art for its collections. However, the Institution accepts only those works of art that truly fill a gap in or complement the collections and then only after careful consideration by museum curators, administrators and directors. The Institution adds to its collections only a tiny percentage of what is offered and typically does not accept unsolicited artwork.

We suggest that you try to find someplace other than the Smithsonian to showcase your drawing and/or promote the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster message.

hot glass sighting

Published April 18th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson
Spotted at the International Hot Glass Invitational 2009

His Noodly Appendage can also manipulate molten glass into graven/delightful images of Himself.

-Pastafarian Brian


chalk drawing

Published April 13th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson


His Noodley Appendage even came to me when I was drawing with some kids on the street!



four and a half

Published April 13th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson


My 4-year-old son, Chase, drew his interpretation of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

~cheers, Wendy

Norco, CA


fsm embroidery

Published April 9th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson



Touched by his Noodly Appendage, I was inspired and made a couple of designs. One is on fabric canvas and the rest are on plastic canvas to be used as drink coasters.

Pastafarian Gratch.

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An elaborate spoof on Intelligent Design, The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is neither too elaborate nor too spoofy to succeed in nailing the fallacies of ID. It's even wackier than Jonathan Swift's suggestion that the Irish eat their children as a way to keep them from being a burden, and it may offend just as many people, but Henderson puts satire to the same serious use that Swift did. Oh, yes, it is very funny. -- Scientific American.


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