Celebrate Pastafarian Holidays. Like any religion, Pastafarianism has its own yearly holidays. These special days call for joyous celebration, humble reflection, and special devotion to the FSM. A brief calendar of the most important days in the Pastafarian calendar can be found below:
- Every Friday: Friday is the sabbath day for Pastafarians. However, it doesn’t require any sort of special effort — Pastafarians may celebrate this day by “drinking beer and relaxing.”
- Ramendan: A month of sacrifice during which Pastafarians eat only pasta and noodle dishes after sundown. Start and end dates vary from year to year.
- Pastover: Pastafarians enjoy a feast of pasta, dress as pirates, and participate in a ritual passing of the eye patch. Date varies from year to year; usually in March or April.
- Talk Like a Pirate Day (September 19th): Self-explanatory. Pirate costumes are recommended but not required.
- Halloween (October 31st): Pastafarians are obliged to dress like pirates.
- “Holiday:” Pastafarians celebrate a vaguely defined Christmas-like event in late December (no specific date is given by the church) any way they like, but especially with pasta, pirates, and beer.