Also see Gulikday/Fearless Fred Day

Syaday is a holyday that occurs on the 5th day of Confusion. It is dedicated to the Apostle Sri Syadasti.

Celebration[edit | edit source]

This Holiday is celebrated by altering your own consciousness in any way that is permissible to your superego and repeating the following affirmation 666 times:

Sri Syadasti Syadavaktavya Syadasti Syannasti Syadasti Cavaktavyasca Syadasti Syannasti Syadavatavyasca Syadasti Syannasti Syadavaktavyasca


In the alternative, some prefer a chant:

Unlike a song, chants are not sung but chanted. This particular one is much enhanced by the use of a Leader to chant the Sanskrit alone, with all participants chanting the English. It also behooves one to be in a quiet frame of mind and to be sitting in a still position, perhaps The Buttercup Position. It also helps if one is absolutely zonked out of his gourd.

   RUB-A-DUB-DUB O! Hail Eris. Blessed St. Hung Mung.
   SYA-DASTI O! Hail Eris. Blessed St. Mo-jo.
   SYA-DAVAK-TAVYA O! Hail Eris. Blessed St. Zara-thud.
   SYA-DASTI SYA-NASTI O! Hail Eris. Blessed St. Elder Mal.
   SYA-DASTI KAVAK-TAV-YASKA O! Hail Eris. Blessed St. Gu-lik.
   SYA-DASTI, SYA-NASTI, SYA-DAVAK-TAV-YASKA O! Hail Eris. All Hail Dis-cord-ia.
   RUB-A-DUB-DUB

It is then repeated indefinitely, or for the first two thousand miles, which ever comes first.

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