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November 15, 2008

Congratulate me, Blog Guy!

Why?

I enlisted in the Navy!

Awesome. Which one?

There’s more than one?

Sure. There’s the regular U.S. Navy, and then there’s the Victoria’s Secret Navy.They’re both recruiting now.

And the difference? I’m afraid to ask.

Well, you know about the regular navy. Ships, planes, attacks, torpedoes, surface-to-air missiles…  But in the OTHER navy, you mostly ride around on yachts filled with Victoria’s Secret lingerie supermodels, taking them to different places in the Caribbean, opening champagne, slathering tanning oil on them, stuff like that.

Jeez Louise! Is it too late for me to…

Yep.

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Victoria’s Secret models arrive on a yacht to the Fontainebleau resort in Miami Beach November 14, 2008. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

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Comments

That crew needs some seamen. I volunteer.

Posted by Tim | Report as abusive
 

Wait — which navy has surface-to-air missiles?

 

That would be the Victoria’s Secret Navy, John, at least according to Wikipedia.

Posted by Robert Basler | Report as abusive
 

What? I joined the wrong Navy!

Posted by Blaine | Report as abusive
 

US Navy ships have surface to air missiles. Google AEGIS.

Posted by Are you serious? | Report as abusive
 

To “Are you serious” – Are you stupid?

Posted by Its called sarcasm | Report as abusive
 

This crew needs *semen* I volunteer.

Posted by Tim | Report as abusive
 

Most people have surface to air missiles they just don’t go that high…Think bottle rockets…Pervs…

Posted by Santu | Report as abusive
 

Note the pulpit holder the 25th on the left. Holding tight as you would expect in such frantic situation of bravado.

Posted by Phil | Report as abusive
 

@tim
We got the lame joke the first time. You can go back to fourth grade now.

Posted by donniebnyc | Report as abusive
 

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