FSM & Pirates

Avast, me hearties!

Ahoy, what’s FSM and what’s with the pirate thing? Arrr, I’m glad ye ask me matey? The FSM can be seen on various bits of me and my kit most prominently on my panniers, my jacket and on my Flag (when I weigh anchor and hoist the mizzen at bike festivals and rallies). You might also see some pirate paraphernalia on my stickers, my contact card or my bikes Jolly Roger heartily blowong in the wind. It’s all part of an homage to the Flying Spaghetti Monster, savvy. It’s the deity of the parody religion called The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster or more commonly called Pastafarianism.

I’ve been touched by his noodly appendage… Yo-ho-ho, bring me one noggin of rum and a dead man’s chest.

Tell me more of this Pastafarianism I hear you say. Well shiver me timbers, tis a great chance for me yellow bellied self to indulge and tell ye more. The FSM is made up of spaghetti and meatballs. It has the only heaven in town with a beer volcano and a stripper factory. The FSM created the universe after drinking heavily. Pirates are divine and their image as thieves is misinformation. Pirates are actually peace-loving explorers. Furthermore, global warming, earthquakes, hurricanes, and other natural disasters are a direct effect of the shrinking numbers of pirates. And every Friday is a holy day.

For more information read The Gospel of The Flying Spaghetti Monster. Why not try it out for for 30 days, if you don’t like it, your old religion will most likely take you back, LOL! Ramen brothers, sisters and comrades. If you see it and you  now know what it means why not come over and have a drink



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