The Washington Post‘s Style Invitational column has a contest this week that some of you may want to enter:
Coin a religion or belief system and tell us its basic tenet or distinguishing characteristic.
They mention George Carlin‘s “Frisbeetarianism” (the belief that when you die, your soul is flung onto a roof and just stays there) as an example.
I’m sure Pastafarianism would apply as well.
Winners get fun swag, too!
Winner gets the Inker, the official Style Invitational trophy. Second place receives “Brides Behaving Badly,” a collection of wedding photos from what must have been the alumnae of the Tonya Harding School of Elegant Deportment and Apparel.
Other runners-up win their choice of a coveted Style Invitational Loser T-shirt or yearned-for Loser Mug. Honorable Mentions get one of the lusted-after Style Invitational Magnets.
The info on where to submit entries is here. You have until next Monday. Get to work!
This site’s readers better represent…
(Thanks to Diane for the link!)