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tree topper

Published December 25th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

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I created His Noodlyness in papier-mache for a
puppetry class… (first image)

….reincarnated Him as a tree-topper… (second image)
-Amelia

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happy Holidays from Finland

Published December 23rd, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

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Tänä jouluna Lentävä spagettihirviö on jälleen vahvasti läsnä taloudessani. Joulukuusen huippua koristaa Hänen nuudelimainen korkeutensa.

I have no idea what that says but I like the way it looks. If I knew how to make umlauts, I would umlaut everything. örïgïnal post cän bë föünd hërë. (ï fïgürëd öüt höw tö mäkë thëm)

Rough translation (thanks to Dusty):

This Christmas the flying spaghetti monster will be again strongly present in my life. The top of the Christmas tree is decorated by his high noodliness.

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Holiday Ornament

Published December 21st, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Our friends at WebUrbanist posted this FSM Holiday ornament:

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Possibly the best thing to happen to Christmas, ever, this hand-felted Flying Spaghetti Monster is so wrong, yet feels so right!. Not only does it fly in the face of the entire myth of Christmas but it does so while looking too adorable to be offensive.

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FSM at art show

Published December 14th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

For my senior art show at South Dakota State University, I set up an installation for the Flying Spaghetti Monster. It consisted of 8 intaglio prints and my giant FSM sculpture. I have attached a few of the photos from the show, which took place in 2006. The FSM is a soft sculpture, made from fabric, stuffing, and some wires. There were many people in attendance who had their photos taken underneath, touching the noodley appendages.

-Klaire

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Worshippers.

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The artist Klaire Pearson with the FSM. Who created whom?

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knitted Holiday tree-topper

Published December 10th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

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Attached is my handmade knitted FSM that is doing a fantastic job of topping my knitted Xmas tree. The other 11 months of the year, he protects my boyfriend’s DVDs from mooches and spreads his noodly love around the apartment. As you can see, he’s glorious! Enjoy!

-Julie

Wow! That is great.

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merry fmas

Published December 8th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

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We were setting up our Christmas tree this year and realized we had nothing to set a top it.

We do hope my crafty homage to our dear FSM does not mind his perch alight on our tree, because he looks so fantastic there.

Have a great Holiday season.

Christina

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FSM Holiday Cards

Published December 3rd, 2008 by Bobby Henderson
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The above cards were created by Pastafarians Minhee and Tomek. I think they’re amazing.

Like them? Here are your options:

1) There will be one set of printed cards offered for sale here.

2) You can send these as E-Cards by email here.

Happy Holidays everyone.

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