Harcourt Chalmers cradled the bowl John Dee had given his ancestor Harry Morlock, a country lad who set out to sea in the 1600s and founded an empire of noodles. But now the emp ire was crumbling & Harcourt Chalmers, Emperor of Noodles & Prince of Pasta gave up the fight against Ramen & withdrew to the Macaroni Archipelago to regroup. He asked his bowl of plenty, "I now call on the holy spirit of the Flying Spaghetti monster!" The marinara bubbled, the crackled, then created a garlic smelling porthole. A noodly appendage issued forth from the simmering garlic and basil marinara. And I was touched. The Flying Spaghetti monster touched me with His noodly appendage! I fell on my face in the marinara, feeling not one, not two, but a multitude of noodly appendages caress the contours of my face, easing into my mouth. Holy Transubstantiation of Durum! As I chewed the divine pasta, I felt myself become one with the deity. I felt that I could see through its eye-stalks and breathe through its meatballs. My noodles stretched across both time and space. I saw the roots that nourished the grain that made up the divine noodle that I was watching through its al dente Conception to NOW. Most Holy Meatball of Spagh Etti was present for the ceremony. Etti had arrived in Italy and owned a restaurant. The customers included King Butters. The restaurant menu featured a Veal Parmigiana made with a Flamin' Hot Cheetos breading and Duck Confit where the duck was brined in a salted Coca-Cola concoction before baking. Sure, the whole thing with the duck was quite daffy, but having had taken a wrong turn at Albuquerque, we all felt really loony and were just happy that that was all, folks!



1 Woab's photo

Excellent finale, Dr. Goose!

2 Futique's photo

My second opinion is to concur with Woab.

3 Dr.Goose's photo

Thank you, both. (Though I messed up another one today, I will be extra careful in noticing when mine is the last submission)

4 Futique's photo

Don’t sweat it too much Doc, I have been here a while and I still screw my endings up. Plus, I also miss that it is the last fold often enough.

5 BlastedHeath's photo

Well, this certainly filled in some gaps in the Enochian transcripts!

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