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Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

Does anyone sense that the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is turning away from its original texts? I'm sorry to sound so divisive, but it seems like it's veering from the original sources. I've been hearing groups complain about language like "his noodly appendage...". I'm sorry to be so dogmatic, but the use of the masculine pronoun in the original text is quite clear. I should remind followers of the Parable of the Collander, where the cloudy residue is washed down the drain, but the true pasta remains.

pmarq108 3 Jan 4

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I thoroughly enjoyed reading the Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.


Alas, the seeds of sectarianism is planted in the CotFSM too.

The same has happened to jediism. The first I encountered which started my decline of interest was the "requirement" of some that jedis must...MUST...regularly train in martial arts.

Since, its split into so many sects I have no idea from which I got my ordination, nor do I really care.

If the same happens to dudeism I'll really be pissed!


Impasta! Lol.


I used to be an advocate of the FSM, but I'm now a Pastafarian 😉


The big secret... who has a noodle? Some things are so silly...

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