Sep 5, 2007

The Flying Spaghetti Monster

This image is courtesy of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

The site devoted to mocking Intelligent Design - the child of Creationism (and the expectant father of Panspermia). Their schtick is to take religious belief systems to a ludicrous extreme, so of course, it's funny. The Creationist/Fundamentalist team have indeed taken their beliefs to a ludicrous extreme, and so they are justly mocked, but the very concept of a higher intelligence... Is that also to be mocked?

The really weird thing, is that I suspect they're not too far off!

The Flying (Sky God, Thor, Zeus, YHWH, alien... need I go on?)

Spaghetti (tentacles, worms, worm holes, shafts, rods... cocks)

Monster (Frankenstein, Young Frankenstein, Herman Munster... all scary monsters until you get to know them, then they're real pussycats).

In Young Frankenstein, the divine Madeleine Kahn is "aggressively seduced" by the monster, who's best attribute is his "enormous swanschtucker". Afterwards, Madeleine sings "Ah, sweet mystery of life at last I've found you..." She's right, ya know.

Mushroom eating prophet Jeff Fairhall says that "The human male cock is the tentacle tip of a joyous multidimensional shapeshifting multi-modality ecstasy experiencing BEAST of enormous proportions..."

Sounds kinda like spaghetti, doesn't He? Or maybe like Cthulhu... except not such a monster... once you get to know him.


The Flying Spaghetti Monster is always depicted with two enormous meaty balls...

The members of the Church of the FSM (Pastafarians) always dress like pirates, and I gotta say, WTF? Is this what Neo-Templar's do for extra credit?

Speaking of Neo, the Matrix sends spaghetti/squid-like robot monsters after Team Nebuchadezzer. (Yea, Agent Smith is Jesus, and guess who that makes Neo?)

"All men are straight; like spaghetti - until you put them in hot water!"


aferrismoon said...

I can hear Madeleine Kahn's vwierd vwoice nwow.

Michael said...

I gotta say, she's brilliant. Her performance in 'Blazing Saddles' as Lili Von Shtupp - the Teutonic 'tute, is truly priceless.

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