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Order of the Pineapple Winners 2014

DisOrder of the Pineapple Yes, it's time to announce the new inductees into the Order of the Pineapple: His Wholiness the Rev. DrJon and Miley Spears. Miley Spears: She wrote or co-wrote "Discordianism" and got two articles on Discordian American Princesses featured on Uncyclopedia, and was the primary influence behind making DAPs its own category. Miley wrote or co-wrote Discordian items for Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia: The Tales of Shamlicht, s23.org wiki, Urban Dictionary, and Intermittens Magazine, and also writes for Wikipedia. His Wholiness the Rev. DrJon (aka Rev. DrJon Swabey): He compiled what is probably the 21st century's first Discordian tome Apocrypha Discordia which included both new and old-but-previously-unknown Discordian material. DrJon retrieved an early version (thought at the time to be the first) of Principia Discordia, and wrote an outroduction for the first hardback edition since 1976 for Principia Discordia. The Order, sometimes called the DisOrder of the Pineapple, began in 1982 and is awarded on 18 January. It was begun by the Ek-sen-triks Cluborguild and honors those who have given extraordinary service in "the participatorial study of comedic attitudes and eccentric tendencies." Last year's winners were Adam Gorightly and S. John Ross (Pope Leo), and other winners this decade were Alan Moore, Dr. Demento, Professor Cramulus, Professor Mu-Chao, R. Crumb, and Sondra London. So far no one's turned down the award. Congratulations to the new winners! Remember to eat something having to with pineapple on January 18! See all the winners and more info at op.loveshade.org

9 Comments

  1. unicorniaNo Gravatar says:

    I didn’t write this I’m just posting it. But congratulations!

    Princess Unicornia, O.P.

  2. Anonymous LifeformsNo Gravatar says:

    Miley Spears’ acceptance speech:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you! You know, I couldn’t fit this pineapple in my bag, but I did find this award totally cool, so, thank you guys very much. I promise if I see The Midget twerking, I will try to spank his behind.

  3. Anonymous LifeformsNo Gravatar says:

    DrJon’s speech:

    Dearest,

    Thank you for your touching recognition, however it is with great regret that, due to the St. Groucho Principle, i must sadly decline the honour of “The Order of the Pineapple”.

    Yrs, &etc.,
    Martin Luther Blissett Jr.
    Committee for Public Safety

    • Anonymous LifeformsNo Gravatar says:

      For those who don’t know, the St. Groucho Principle, as contained in the Holy Book of Marx, says:

      “I don’t care to belong to any club that will have me as a member.”

  4. Anonymous LifeformsNo Gravatar says:

    Congratulations to them both!

  5. Rev. BootieNo Gravatar says:

    FIVE YEAR JAKE ENDS HERE

    This jake been going on for five years, and it’s time to peek at the man behind the curtain. Let’s look at The Good Reverend Roger (Hamish Howl) vs. Reverend Loveshade (Bruce), shall we?

    Opposite

    Loveshade emphasizes love (even in his name)
    Roger emphasizes violence (even in his name which means “spearman,” and his pieces often end with “Or Kill Me.”)

    Loveshade’s group are called Hippie Love Discordians.
    Roger’s group are called Hate Rant Discordians.

    Loveshade only writes nice things about Roger.
    Roger only writes nasty things about Loveshade.

    “Bruce” is Old French.
    “Roger” is Old German. (If you don’t understand how French and German are opposites, study the first half of the 20th century)

    Loveshade is know for his boastful, hamish ego, and his (alledgedly inappropriate) love of children.
    Roger’s alternate name “Hamish” means a boastful ego, and is known for his alledged hate of people who inappropriately love children.

    The most famous “Hamish” (Roger’s nickname) is Sherlock Holmes’ companion Dr. John Hamish Watson. Their most famous case is The Hound of the Baskervilles where Hamish hears the howl of the hound.
    Nigel Bruce (Loveshade’s nickname) is the actor most famously known for playing Dr. John Hamish Watson, especially in The Hound of the Baskervilles.

    Loveshade edited issue 7 of Intermittens Magazine under an anagramatic pen name (and listed “The Good Reverend Roger Fan Club” as supposedly coming in a later issue).
    Roger refused to submit anything to issue 7 even when he supposedly didn’t know Loveshade was editing it.

    Loveshade was interviewed for Chasing Eris by Brenton Clutterbuck.
    Roger refused to be interviewed for Chasing Eris even before it was publicly known Loveshade was being interviewed by Clutterbuck.

    Loveshade’s groupies posted Roger as a contributor to Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia even though nothing in the book has anything to do with Roger.
    Roger’s groupies threatened a lawsuit for plagiarizing his work in Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia even though nothing in the book has anything to do with Roger.

    Loveshade’s group has three people (not Loveshade) who rated Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia as five stars, the highest possible rating.
    Roger’s group has three people (not Roger) who rated Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia as one star, the lowest possible rating.

    “Bruce” (Loveshade’s supposed real name) most famous historical namesake is Roger the Bruce.
    “Roger” (Roger’s supposed real name) most famous historical namesake is Roger the Bruce.

    Bruce never posts his photo (we don’t know what he looks like).
    Roger often posts his photo (we do know what he looks like).

    Loveshade uses a painting of Leonarda da Vinci to represent himself with long hair, a mustache and a beard.
    Roger posts a photo of himself with no hair, no mustache and no beard.

    Same

    Reverend Loveshade has a small but dedicated group of groupies
    The Good Reverend Roger has a small but dedicated group of groupies.

    Loveshade often writes tongue-in-cheek, but gets serious about current political issues.
    Roger often writes tongue-in-cheek, but gets serious about current political issues.

    Loveshade is the prime encourager of controversy about Loveshade.
    Roger is the prime creator of controversy about Loveshade.

    The Good Reverend Roger completely spells out “Reverend,” which is quite unusual.
    Reverend Loveshade completely spells out “Reverend,” which is quite unusual.

    According to common parlance, God is Love (as in Reverend Loveshade).
    According to common parlance, God is Good (as in The Good Reverend Roger).

    Loveshade’s publisher lives in the area of Tucson, Arizona.
    Roger lives in the area of Tucson, Arizona.

    Do I have to spell it out for you? Reverend Loveshade = The Good Reverend Roger.

    JAKE ENDED

    • Anonymous LifeformsNo Gravatar says:

      Somebody did a little research who has an active imagination. I have a feeling this will happen:

      Opposites

      The Good Reverend Roger: highly upset.

      Reverend Loveshade: highly amused.

    • TawTew the Naturally PerfumedNo Gravatar says:

      I don’t believe Revy Love has a hateful bone in his body. I don’t see him being a hate ranter even in pretend. His name is love for a reason.

  6. TawTew the Naturally PerfumedNo Gravatar says:

    I don’t know Dr Jon but he’s done some terrific work and Miley is a wonderful girl. I was so happy my painting of her and Rosey Tiger was published. They’re both sweetly special girls and now a pair of fun young college ladies.

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