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Started by Michael. Last reply by ros Jun 18, 2012.
I don't know if any of you are aware of the move to encourage non-participants in religion to mark their census forms 'No Religion' this year.To that end there is a parody worth watching at this…Continue
Started by Gregory Lennon. Last reply by Common Old Garrwain Jan 4, 2012.
What was your first bike?If you don't have a photo, google it and find an image!(I had to) Mine was the proto-offroad: Raleigh Grifter…Continue
Started by Gregory Lennon. Last reply by Common Old Garrwain Jan 3, 2012.
Every so often you come a across a gem in this marvelous labyrinth, the internet. Think you love bicycles? Check this website…Continue
Not all pastafarians extremists. It is only the fringe minority that give every other normal person who has been touched by his noodley appendage a bad name. Most pastafarians just fit into mainstream society like everyone else. So please do not judge all of us on one extremist.
Even Julian Lassange would agree
Bah - who ever heard of Macaroni and Meatballs!
A few extremist Pastafarians (a specific group called Porfons) believe that the Flying Spaghetti Monster is not one being, but three, and that the Pasta, the Meatballs, and the Holy Sauce, as they are called, are separate beings.
Other sects believed that Macaroni, and not Spaghetti, is the true form of the god of Pastafarianism. They refer to their creator as the Flying Macaroni Monster and they believe that the vision of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is corrupted by interference.
Beyond all such tripartite speculation and centuries of theolological spaghettical fanaticism and debate will always and ever remain the mystery and glory of "al dente".
"al dente" goes way beyond simple faith as you just never can tell if its there or not. One says yes another says no but its a very personal thing.
always "al dente"
More to the point a position of Disbelief without evidence would be more appropriate. I don't know a suitable picture for that.
Mostly the focus on Jesus is about the religion most of us were fed as kids.
Typically, one doesn't seek to raise the ire of Islam because there is the distinct chance of violence.
a suitable picture for that
at the top of this list suitable non denominational images include
Russells teapot, the flying spaghetti monster, the babel fish...
Surely the Invisible Pink Unicorn would make more sense. Here is a picture of it that I've whipped up:
It's always hard to get the rear legs just right with horses...
Paul, I think this image is far more accurate and appropriate:
This one is one of my favourites
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