I was thinking along the lines of 'who uses which and how many are observed on a day to day basis?'.
Complicated already huh?
I think there are five.
1. I am the Lord the God and thou shalt have no other God before me.
2. Blessed are the cheesemakers; honour them well.
3. Thou shalt not serve Parmesan on a white sauce.
4. Talk like a pirate.
5. Seek not the Noodly Appendage, lest ye be undone.
Of course the first commandment is broken regularly, because people will insist on serving pasta as a main course.
Lady E - wasn't intended to be so. I was actually asking because I wanted to know
And Inspire - the FSM is a strange deity indeed. I do believe a few hubbers follow him. Or it. Or is it a them?
I may have to look into this little egg and flour cult
I can't believe all of you.
None of you are true worshipers of the Great Noodley One (WBIS) and should take great measures to re-align yourselves with the faith.
'I would not have known him, except that the Flying Spaghetti Monster told me, 'The man on whom you see the Spaghetti come down and remain is he who will baptize with Extra Thick Spaghetti Sauce.'
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