9 Pastafarian Wedding in Tver

Pastafarian Wedding in Tver

Posted on March 17, 2015 by tim

A couple in city of Tver has married according to Pastafarian tradition. Do you know those pastafarian people – they make photos wearing pasta colanders on their heads for driving licences, and do other things to mock up a traditional approach to religion like – with all seriousness state that their highest deity is a Flying Spaghetti Monster and more thing like this. You can read here if you are interested. Meanwhile in Tver one young couple decided to marry according to Pastafarianism tradition – please note a guy already has put his colander on. More photos inside:

Anatoliy and Alina were interested in Pastafarianism for a while already, but only recently have founded similar-minded people in their city. Those people helped them to conduct a wedding ceremony.

The Reverant Bishop of Russian Pastafarian Church has been marrying the young couple.

Look how happy they are!

The ceremony included lots of pasta connected stuff.

The official Pastafarian marriage certificate with a Flying Spaghetti Monster on the seal stamp. 


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9 Responses to “Pastafarian Wedding in Tver”

  1. anon says:

    So although they had some fun with it, they arent actually married then in the legal sense.

  2. dagar says:

    Arrh! Live well and prosper, mateys! I don’t know what it takes to be legally married in Russia, but there’s no reason the Pastafarians should be any less able than the Orthodox. One superstition is as good as another.

  3. Nergol says:

    More atheist assholes – as if Russia hadn’t had quite enough of those in the past 100 years.

  4. Isabelle says:


  5. Dimos Zarkadas says:

    Ramen to that. I respect these people.

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