8.15.2012

Does This Look Like . . .



. . . a former Baywatch star and Playboy model who suffered a fall in Turkey while looking for Noah's Ark?

Yes, it does.

There has to be a tremendous punch line here, but for the life of me I'm drawing a blank.

28 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did you hear about the playmate that was looking for Noah's Ark in Turkey? All she found was a little packet of gravy. Bada Boom

Triple Fake... said...

uh, she heard Noah was wanting a nice pair of puppies to take along? (It wasn't really a fall. Mrs. Noah got wind of it, and...POW! She smiteth her - a biblical smackdown, so to speak)


If it had been Hasselhoff, then you got a whole other punchline!

Anonymous said...

If by tremendous punch line, you mean a round house kick to the face.

DF Chuck Norris

Rex Kramer said...

Chuck Norris joke,

Nice

Free Randy

Anonymous said...

why is she trying to find it?
it has already been found.

Anonymous said...

I would imagine where the Ark sits is sacred ground.
What were her intentions?
Maybe God didn't want her there.
Or maybe her husband punched her.

Anonymous said...

Took it on the chin, two x two.

Anonymous said...

Suffered a fall? Looks like she slipped and didn't get her hands down in time before tripping over the curve of the earth. I bet she got more serious injuries than that playing naked volleyball at Hef's place.

Anonymous said...

she should switch and become a Mormon. They think the Garden of Eden is in Jackson County, Missouri. She could save time and money looking for the Garden of Eden. It would be less area to search and much less mountainous.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if her boobs broke her fall.(?)

(duh)

Anonymous said...

Better recall those air bags!!!!

Anonymous said...

I bet she fell at Eagle stadium cuz they didn't have turf.

Sodbuster

Anonymous said...

Was drugs or alcohol involved?

Triple Fake... said...

Judging by the look on her face in the lower pic, you're not the only one drawing a blank

Bleached blonde still counts as blonde

Anonymous said...

"Take two of every cup size unto thy Ark."

DF Pastor Fuzzy said...

A little known but important piece of information about the Genesis flood is that the extremely similar Epic of Gilgamesh in the Sumerian legend predates Noah’s story by at least one thousand years in the written form and at least five hundred years for the setting. The similarities between the two tales are so remarkable that we cannot write them off in good conscience as mere coincidences. In the earlier flood legend, Utnapishtim receives instructions and exact dimensions on how to construct a large ship to avoid an imminent flood (as does Noah in Genesis 6:14-16), takes animals and his family aboard to preserve life on earth (as does Noah in Genesis 6:19-7:1), lands the ship on a mountain after the flood has stopped (as does Noah in Genesis 8:4), releases a dove and a raven from the ship in order to aid his search for dry land (as does Noah in Genesis 8:6-11), and burns a sacrifice after the flood for the gods who find its odor pleasing (as does Noah in Genesis 8:20-21). Because several additional minor parallels exist, I would encourage everyone to read Tablet XI of the short epic in its entirety in order to appreciate fully the similarities between the two legends. Since the Gilgamesh tale is the earlier version of the two, we can only surmise that the authors of Genesis copied the Epic of Gilgamesh or inadvertently patterned the story of Noah’s ark on an even more ancient flood legend that we have yet to discover.

Anonymous said...

oh my.,. are you kidding?

Anonymous said...

Looks like somethin pretty hard smacked her in the face.

Anonymous said...

A little known but important piece of information about the Genesis flood

That's not 'little-known.' It's known by any half-literate person on the planet.

Rage

Anonymous said...

Wasn't Giglamesh the bad Smurf?

Anonymous said...

I read the bible and it didn't say anything about noah takin no turkeys on that boat. That lady is just about two birds shy of a flock, if you ask me.

Anonymous said...

Rage,
I wonder why you don't post under your real name?

Anonymous said...

You know what's funny...per the Bible story...the only human's on the Ark were Noah and his family. There was two of every species on earth, but only Noah and his family were "people".

So...........

That being said..........

Where did all the "other" races come from?

They were either on the Ark and survived the flood.....or......

Darwin was right and through genetic mutation, other races were created over millions of years(14K years and change for the hard core Bible thumpers)......or....

The entire story is bogus.

Enquiring minds want to know.

In any case, it sounds like the offspring of Noah are a bunch of inbreeds. No wonder our society is so screwed up.

Anonymous said...

3:08---

While I will agree that you may be half literate (at best), your tone clearly indicates that you did not, in fact, know said factoid and simply blustered in some feeble attempt to cover your ignorance.

Nice try, fool.

Anonymous said...

Ur Ex

Anonymous said...

7:57

"Bring two of every flesh unto the ark."
Every flesh includes every race. Lotsa peeps on the boat.

Anonymous said...

8:06

I don't think so...

Genesis 6:18-21

"18 But I will establish my covenant with you, and you will enter the ark —you and your sons and your wife and your sons’ wives with you. 19 You are to bring into the ark two of all living creatures, male and female, to keep them alive with you. 20 Two of every kind of bird, of every kind of animal and of every kind of creature that moves along the ground will come to you to be kept alive. 21 You are to take every kind of food that is to be eaten and store it away as food for you and for them.”

Anonymous said...

7:57

The other races came when they where trying to build the stairway to heaven, duh, go read the bible then try and make fun of it you idiot