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Ferdinand Porsche chats with God
By schuhplattlerPremium member Comments: 3037, member since Sat Dec 23, 2006
On Fri Jun 17, 2011 07:55 PM

Ferdinand Porsche has died and is on his way to heaven. Peter says to him that, due to his large contributions in the motor industry, he is allowed one wish.

Porsche thinks and then says:"I would like to have a little chat with God." So Peter takes Porsche to the throne room and introduces him to God.

There Porsche asks God:"Where on earth was your mind when you invented the woman?" God replies:"What do you mean?"

"Well, your design is full of mistakes:
- The front is not aerodynamic,
- She's too noisy,
- Maintenance is much too expensive,
- It's completely useless for at least 5 or 6 days per month,
- The rear is too loose,
- It constantly needs new paint and finishing,
- The exhaust is too close to the inlet,
- The headlights are usually too small and
- The fuel consumption is way too high,
to name just a few."

"Hmmmm" God says, "hold on for a moment." God goes to the heaven's Supercomputer, presses a few buttons and waits for the results. The computer prints the results and God reads them.

God returns to the throne room and tells Mr. Porsche:"My invention may have a lot of mistakes, but according to the figures a lot more men ride my invention than yours."

3 Replies to Ferdinand Porsche chats with God

re: Ferdinand Porsche chats with God
By boleyngrrl Comments: 2550, member since Sat Apr 15, 2006
On Sun Jun 19, 2011 09:54 PM
Dude I think I just re-cracked my rib. EPIC WIN!!!! :D
re: Ferdinand Porsche chats with God
By schuhplattlerPremium member Comments: 3037, member since Sat Dec 23, 2006
On Mon Jun 20, 2011 06:39 PM
Thanks, but don't re-crack the rib. I like those pictures of you dancing on the pier - especially the one with the face :D
re: Ferdinand Porsche chats with God
By Martha_Cecillemember has saluted, click to view salute photos Comments: 1128, member since Sun Oct 12, 2008
On Mon Jul 04, 2011 09:57 AM
muhaha great one!

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