Kapolei, Hawaii, USA
Pippi In Paradise
Pippi went to bed early so she and Murph and Johnny Depp and a cute Japanese woman named Sonja could go scuba diving early in the morning, leaving from Coco Marina on a dive boat operated by Captain Rum Runner. Pippi and Murph had met Johnny Depp and Sonja at a dance club the night before when Johnny was all over Sonja (dirty dancing) doing some jiving and diving moves, so Pippi invited them to do some real diving. Johnny loved the idea so they all met as planned early Saturday morning at Coco Marina. Johnny liked Captain Rum right away and the feelings were mutual. They cast off and headed for the reefs and mere minutes later they layed the anchor and suited up to dive. Once they were in the water Pippi was swimming ahead when a mermaid appeared along side of her and started pulling her pigtails. Pippi followed the mermaid and the rest of the group fell in behind. The mermaid led them to an underwater cave and as they passed through a narrow opening they could see that the inside was a cavern large enough for Moby Dick, with air to breath and land to walk on. As Pippi removed her dive mask she could see clearly enough from the illumination of some light shafts. Johnny Depp, acting every bit like an excited pirate started yelling loudly as he spied a large chest in the rear of the cave. He was positive that it was full of treasure, so He and Murph lifted the lid of the trunk and absolutely, it was full of gold coins. Everyone was happy and the only payment the mermaid wanted was a kiss from Johnny Depp, which he wasted no time in applying many times. Johnny Depp only took one gold coin to wear around his neck and remind him of his diving friends in Hawaii. Pippi had brought along her long stockings and she filled them up (not greedy-just saving trips). Later she would give gold coins to hungry surfers she would meet on Lewer Street. Murph bought a new surfboard the very next day and gave his old board to Pippi as a love you gift. Later he paddled back to get more gold coins and bought a '36 Ford Woody. Sonja is in Tokyo right now on the talk show circuit talking about the gold treasure she found in a remote cove in Tahiti.
[This message has been edited by JamesMichael (05-16-2012 11:25 PM).]