Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Noodly Appendages

it may or may not come as any sort of shock to you that i'm not so much pro- "intelligent design" because ohmygodpeople.

and when i am feeling especially despondent over our country's "progress" i return to this site, and my faith is restored just a little bit. because if you don't know about Spaghetti Monsterism, you ought to*. it is proven to be as accurate -- if not more so -- than intelligent design, but involves more noodles.

and charts about pirates:



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which makes it practically infallable, you know?


okay. i return now to our regularly scheduled blogging.





*there. i'm telling you what you ought to do. do i sound like a proper zealot yet?

19 comments:

  1. I love that site! And I posted that chart on my blog on talk like a pirate day! These things are very, very, very important. Thanks for joining the cause!

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  2. I LOVE THAT SITE! my boyfriend even has a "touched by his noodly appendage" tshirt :-) thank you for bringing some much-needed enlightenment to the masses, kristy!

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  3. Thanks for the link! I love the site, I sent the link to a bunch of people.

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  4. i have no idea what this means but i sure love spaghetti w/ momma's meatballs. oh rocco!

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  5. I'd like one of those shirts for Christmas, please.

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  6. I am glad others have been touched by his noodly appendage.

    Thank you for helping to spread the word.

    RAmen.

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  7. So does this make you an apostle of noodliness, K.? Should we expect to see your likeness in a stained glass window someday? (as in "She brought the message of noodliness to many who otherwise would probably never have heard it...")

    (bowing down)

    I'm not worthy.

    I'm not worthy.

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  8. Ah, so glad to see others are subscribing to the faith. Though the teachings of ID have not yet crossed the frosty tundra to my far away land (did ya' know that Britney refers to visiting Canada as "going overseas"? I shit you not!) I felt joining the FSM movement was the answer to all my spiritual questions. And who wouldn't, given the membership benefits:

    - Flimsy moral standards.

    - Every friday is a relgious holiday. If your work/school objects to that, demand your religious beliefs are respected and threaten to call the ACLU (or Canadian equivalent).

    - Our heaven is WAY better. We've got a Stripper Factory AND a Beer Volcano

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  9. Have you heard the (pseudo)recent news from Africa (I'm too lazy and tired to go hunting for the link)? There seems to be a resurgence of pirates off the coast of Somalia. Those good ol' Somalis, keeping the world safe from Global Warming.

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  10. Praise to the noodle. You know L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Christian Science religion - I'm not a follower but I'm intrigued by organized "religions" and their roots- said "if you really want to make money, you have to start your own religion." Well, he really found a way to make people put "their" money where "his" mouth is didn't he? I also love that letter to Dr. Laura about homosexuality being an abomination (I know I'm an abomination but I like to think it's for other reasons). Here's the link if you've never read it. http://www.ariel.com.au/jokes/Dr_Laura_and_Leviticus.html

    Ok I'm off now to go recruit some straight young girls so I can win that washer and dryer. I'm just a few points away.

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  11. Damn... I meant Church of Scientology. I can never do this in just one try. How apropos, the v-word is "mydud"

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  12. Right. Did you know that more Americans believe in ghosts than in god?

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  13. i've been touched by his noodly appendage.

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  14. brilliant! and you're right, if it's in a chart, it must be true!

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  15. charts are great b/c people usually have too short an attention span to really study them.

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  16. I am a new convert. I will obey my noodly master! Thanks, I was looking for a basis of my church as I just got ordained by the Universal Life Church. Thanks!

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  17. heh heh... Love the post, and I'm off to order a t-shirt.

    Better hope Pat Robertson doesn't read your blog. *snark*

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  18. Interesting that you would choose to use the word zealot in this post.

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