Angels We Have Heard On High (On Top of Old Smokey)

Angels and stars have been tree toppers for-evah! (Which reminds me, step-mom and dad have a goddy ugly orange angel which makes me cringe. I will be sure to post a picture of it after the holidays.) Isn't about time for something else to obtain that coveted position atop the Christmas tree? I mean, you could keep putting angels on the tree, provided of course, they look like this:

If she's not naughty enough in her transparent nightie ... she has a halo around her neck. I'm pretty certain that a symbol of defiance. Yup. Defiant and naughty little angel.

With pipecleaner arms.

What better to hold my fire red demon lights with dear?

I'm so over angels.

I'm all for starting a new Christmas trend, that's why next year my tree will be the envy of all because I will have the Flying Spaghetti Monster Treetopper.

You heard it hear first people. Angels out. Spaghetti? In.

... Represent your Pastafarian status by topping your Yule tree with this hand-felted Flying Spaghetti Monster tree topper!

Pastafarian? Seriously. I can't even make that stuff up.

Not in my wildest dreams would I have thought about spaghetti on top of my tree. A star? Yes. Hell, even a snowflake, but a blob of spaghetti? Um. No.

{ angel, spaghetti }

Posted by sam {temptingmama} on December 19, 2008 @ 7:50 pm  

9 Responses to “Angels We Have Heard On High (On Top of Old Smokey)”

  1. Tracy (16 comments.) Says:

    I have to say, datsa friendly looking meatball!

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  2. followthatdog (27 comments.) Says:

    Listen, I can understand if you don’t like him. If you prefer your redlight district “You can call me Angel”, but isn’t it going a bit far to doubt the very foundation of someone else’s religion? What is wrong with you?

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  3. ShockSurge » Spaghetti On Yer Christmas Tree Says:

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  4. sam {temptingmama} (164 comments.) Says:


    I’ve emailed you.

    *The statement that was thought to be offensive has been removed*

    Okay… so others aren’t completely in the dark … I had a mention of putting Jesus on my tree before putting spaghetti and I *thought* that followthatdog was truly offended. Turns out she’s just more twisted than I am and a better actress too.

  5. flutter (62 comments.) Says:

    pastafarian made me snort. then I realized that it would make more sense if I smoked something in honor of the pastafarian. It was at that unfortunate moment that I realized that my tree is flammable.

    flutter’s last blog post..They say grief moves in stages

  6. Kathy Says:

    Ah, but the Pastafarians are real–very real.

  7. Taylor Blue (91 comments.) Says:

    Wow, nothing like seeing those balls and noodles up on my tree to make me hungry every day of my life…

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  8. jwords (1 comments.) Says:

    Hey, I have His Noodly Appendage on my license plate. Don’t mock the Pastafarians…

  9. Diane Says:

    I at first thought this was a homemade version of Chucky from the Child’s Play horror movies. There’s a scene in one of the sequels where he loses a hand and replaces it with a chainsaw. I’m not sure if the angel is better or worse…

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