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Better Friday! March 29, 2013

Posted by Ubi Dubium in Events, Humor, Rants.
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Well here it is “Good Friday”, the day that xians are supposed to spend moping around all day being so very very sad that Jesus had been killed.  As a churchgoing kid, I never understood this idea or the name.  If this sacrifice was supposed to be god’s plan for saving everybody, why were people acting so sad about it?  And if everybody is so miserable, why is the name “Good Friday”?  What’s so “good” about it?

Well I’d just like to remind all you christians out there that for us Pastafarians, today is also our High Holiday.  Yes, more important than Ramendan, a bigger deal than Pastover, more significant even than Talk Like a Pirate Day.  Today is the highest of all Holidays, FRIDAY!

Yes, Friday.  Every single Friday.  And you should celebrate it by goofing off, eating pasta, not giving up anything, and doing things you enjoy with the people you love.  Services will be held at the Olive Garden, with an all-you-can-eat communion that beats the heck out of anything the Catholics are serving.  You don’t even have to be Pastafarian to celebrate Friday.  Just focus on living this one life that we know we have with kindness and love and passion, instead of focusing all your time and energy placating a god who might not be paying attention, or might not even exist.



1. john zande - March 29, 2013

The Sauce be with you, Brother.


2. marksackler - March 29, 2013

I worship pasta. My favorite food. I guess I was always a Pastafarian and never knew it!


3. thematrixq - March 29, 2013



4. thematrixq - March 29, 2013

Reblogged this on Question Everything!.


5. the chaplain - March 30, 2013

I’m a day late on the pasta thing. That’s probably okay, though, because I don’t think Pastafarians are nearly as rigid about their religious rituals as other religious types. We’re taking some guests to La Cantina D’Italia for supper tonight. Pasta will be abundant the Sauce certainly will be with me.


6. cag - April 2, 2013

It saddens me to report a rift in the Pastafarian sphere. The FSM (pbuh) has split with one faction interpreting it as “parmesan be upon him” and a rival group claiming “pesto be upon him”. As well there is a split that has “parmesan be upon her” and, rumors are rife that there is a group of perversives that are advocating for “pesto be upon her”.


ubi dubium - April 2, 2013

You know, it’s really hard to create any kind of serious rift among Pastafarians, since we’re so generally laid back about things. You know, we don’t even have ten commandments, we have the “Eight I’d Really Rather You Didn’ts”. More like guidelines really.

May you be touched by His Noodly Appendage!


cag - April 2, 2013

I’ve been masticating on your dinner reply and the garlic logic of your reply has me rethinking skulking off Martin Luther like to form my own version of christianity Pastafarianism, Macandcheeseism. As Adam and Jamie demonstrated, sleep is not from the turkey but the amount consumed. After the eucharist gluttony at the altar of the FSM, it is impossible to work up the indignation to schism. Another plan foiled.



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