If I may, I’d like to know what’s up with the potatoe talk lately? I often recall the monster from fosters home for imaginary friends cartoon and he liked potatoes… … lol. So you all have my interest
The almighty potato shouldn’t be questioned.
It all started because @brucewillis thought it was a funny word. Then it escalated into the Potato being our God, and we’re fine with it. You should join our mission.
There was a show called “what’s happenin” in the 70s and the one kid joined a cult where they worshipped a head of lettuce named Ralph. Does the Potatoe have a name?
No, it’s only Potato.
Let’s make some god stew. You bring the potato I’ll find a cow.
No killing animals in the name of the potato god. That’s forbidden. You can buy them at the supermarket and let the other believers kill them.
Well you know what I say about gods, ■■■■ them.
oh wait a loophole…
Fine I’ll buy a cow and then we can eat of our lord.
You do what with potatoes?
Only a group of Schizophrenics could turn a potato into a God.
boil them, mash them, put them in a stew
It’s this part that concerns me
Shiva has 4 hands
or that they are obviously all mythological entities that reflect human’s lack of understanding and disappointment in reality(which also reflects human’s lack of understanding.)
I want that Tater Tot!
It’s just a potato. No hidden meaning.
People who aren’t worthy of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, I’m guessing.
I am mostly okay with reality other than the fact that when I was a kid I thought we’d having flying cars by now. And 3D hologram television, dammit.
I believe in both. There has to be equality of godliness. What has this world come to when we can’t believe in two delicious gods at once? The flying spaghetti monster is the potato, the potato is the flying spaghetti monster! I demand equal rights, and that this board accepts my views as a potatobeliever and pastafarian.
Pixtaeto, Pixtahto, whatever.