Monday, November 3, 2008

How to make a mother proud

My son had to create a representation of something alive for his Theater Arts Stage Electrics class. Electrical plugs, switches, wires, and bulbs: $55The eye-stalks are switches.
Styrofoam ball, glue gun, glue, and googly-eyes: $35Mother's pride in surprisingly expensive electrical art project: PricelessEveryone's interpretation of the FSM is different. In some Pastafarian sects (possibly more closely related to the Rastafarian) he obviously has glowing meatballs.

5 comments:

David Martin said...

It is remarkably above par I'd say!

Makes a dad proud too...

Kia said...

Oh, it's supposed to represent a male? My interpretation was that it was a female. I've never seen any that glowed red, though. Maybe after going jogging with a ill-fitting sports bra...

The Darwin Report said...

And the monster said, "Let there be light, and plenty of sauce, and a fork".

I've decided to tag you. You're it. If you want to play here's my link.

6 Things About Me Game

Mr Farty said...

I think your son has been Touched by His Noodly Appendage.

Ramen

Laurie said...

David - Isn't it though. That's pretty sad, actually...

Kia - As with any god, you can interpret the meatballs any way you wish. The Flying Spaghetti Monster is a kind and gentle god, who just doesn't really care.

Darwin Report - Don't forget the garlic bread!

Mr Farty - Yes, although he is still agnostic, and won't wear an eye patch. Arrrgh!