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There is a religion that worships, "The Flying Spaghetti Monster." It's a church as well. The people are called, Pastafarians.

There's a religion of adonitology, where they worship big women with big butts too. These all seem ridiculous to me.

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I would be doing to so to make a point, I'm an atheist. I enjoy the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster b/c it is so obviously satirical. It has been granted full protection and rights of any other religion, though. No-one wants to treading the dangerous slippery slope of attempting to prove that its NOT just because it's patently absurd.

BookDeath Level 8 Dec 12, 2017

It's funny.

I too love the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Long live the Pastafarians!

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I think they are a parody of religion which seems ridiculous to me. All hail The Flying Spaghetti Monster. May his noodleness be upon you. Ramen

Lol.

lol

lol

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I've told members of the town council (small town so I know them personally) that should they ever decide/vote to erect a town nativity scene, I WILL hire a lawyer and petition to display a FSM exhibit for the season also. They know me and know that I will do this.

BookDeath Level 8 Dec 12, 2017

Cool.

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R'amen

Lol.

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I've never heard of adonitolgy before. I might just convert! smile007.gif

bingst Level 8 Dec 12, 2017

Lol.

It's on Google.

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I worship big women with big butts. Where is that church, I need to go to service. Lol.

noworry28 Level 7 Dec 12, 2017

Lol.

Just google and you will find a FSM group - at least hope you will. People enjoy pasta and for that reason they have generous posteriors.

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The Pastafarians are just plain funny---I get their memes along with my news feed. It's a welcome change from the dreary political stuff that has been keeping me in a nearly constant state of anger and frustration.

Haha.

Yes, they are funny - and I too read their jokes because the news is damn depressing. I need a good laugh on occasion.

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The first one is silly fun...

The second one could be a fettesh... hmmm... people can get crazy sometimes...

Yeah.

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This actually brings up a good point about belief. I’m a Dudeist Priest, which allows me to perform ceremonies for money, but my belief is in Zen Taoism. The title is merely something to indicate a greater idea in a funny way. I could, more seriously, be a Humanist Priest (for example). The same is true of FSM because it seems obviously satirical to truly believe such a thing is serious.
I would say it’s not really the belief, or label, that matters but the veracity with which one asserts the label. At the point another’s belief threatens mine that tolerance stops. Dogmatic religions are a problem primarily because of their need to proselytize and convert than because of what they state.

rainmanjr Level 7 Dec 12, 2017

Yep.

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They're parody religions (pastafarianism is, anyway). They're meant to be ridiculous, and they prove a point: we can't disprove their claims, but it would be asinine to say that FSM existed. I quite like these parody religions. They're amusing, and don't try to take over government policies.

Yes. Lol.

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I am a Proud Pastafarian. I worship the Flying Spaghetti Monster. I have been touched by His Noodly Appendage. On the 5th Sunday of each five month Sundays, me and other Pastarians meet at the Old Spaghetti Factory for pasta. The servers like us. We are cheerful, courteous and leave good tips. One server said that religious people often to not leave tips. They leave religious pamphlets instead. He said "You can't pay rent with pamphlets. They do not realized this."

SKH78 Level 8 Mar 10, 2018
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