Omnieiunium wrote:A note about the FSM Holiday season. People keep asking me what the FSM winter holiday is called - Ramendan, Pastamas, etc. Clever (not really), but no. Our winter holiday is named "Holiday", and stretches most of December and January. Consider how much our religion has spread over the last couple years; how many schools and businesses refer not to the "Christmas season", but to the pastafarian "Holiday season" instead? - Strong evidence of our rapid growth. A special thanks goes to Walmart, who rejected the Christian phrase "Merry Christmas" in favor of the Pastafarian greeting "Happy Holidays". We appreciate your support.
To avoid any annoying threads.
Auntie Dee Dee wrote:Thus rendering the localized Pastamas, Saucemas and the little known, but highly significant "Hot Damn, It's Chocolate Covered Cherry Time!" holiday names as ALL valid for The Holidays.
Dunno what Omni will think about it, but since Dee Dee's approved local variations, I propose we adopt Saucemas as the Canadian version.
Why? Because it's got a "u".