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    A Searcher came across Chuck Norris walking to his car with Indulgence under his arm and exclaimed, "Oh my God, you solved Forrest Fenn's poem!"

    Chuck Norris replied, " What poem?"


    Peace,

    Orion

  • #2
    That’s crazy!

    I heard that when Bell invented the telephone, he noticed it already showed three missed calls from Forrest Fenn!

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    • #3
      But then Claude did some van damage

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      • #4
        Fenn knew the PERFECT SPOT to hide a treasure.

        He plotted for 15 years,
        wrote and perfected an ironclad poem,
        braved through the wilds,
        and snuck into a near impenetrable location incognito

        for 3X2 days he plotted, making sure
        he had maked the precise 'X' on the ground.

        on the 7th day, he dug a hole some 4 feet deep.

        much to Fenn's chagrin, upon reaching the bottom of his hole,
        he found an even bigger, more beautiful treasure chest in this precise spot.
        in it, a poem far better than the one he himself had written ...
        and also, a personal note of condolence signed by ... Chuck Norris
        (who apparently threw the entire thing together on a whim just the week before)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bill F. View Post
          Fenn knew the PERFECT SPOT to hide a treasure.

          He plotted for 15 years,
          wrote and perfected an ironclad poem,
          braved through the wilds,
          and snuck into a near impenetrable location incognito

          for 3X2 days he plotted, making sure
          he had maked the precise 'X' on the ground.

          on the 7th day, he dug a hole some 4 feet deep.

          much to Fenn's chagrin, upon reaching the bottom of his hole,
          he found an even bigger, more beautiful treasure chest in this precise spot.
          in it, a poem far better than the one he himself had written ...
          and also, a personal note of condolence signed by ... Chuck Norris
          (who apparently threw the entire thing together on a whim just the week before)
          I heard about that...they said there was also the dead body of large Grizzly nearby. Its body was largely in tact except for one side of its skull, which was caved in by.....a roundhouse kick by Chuck Norris.

          O.

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          • #6
            One time Chuck Norris went to the doctor and was told he had 7 different types of aggressive Cancer.
            That was the only moment in his life Chuck Norris came close to crying ...
            because in that grave moment he knew ... Cancer had less than a 1% chance of living.
            (he really liked his Oncologist and truly hated to put the man out of business!)

            Chuck Norris didn't have to "beat" Cancer;
            he just looked at it.

            When people say they're afraid of the "Big C,"
            Cancer knows who they're really talking about.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ORION View Post

              I heard about that...they said there was also the dead body of large Grizzly nearby. Its body was largely in tact except for one side of its skull, which was caved in by.....a roundhouse kick by Chuck Norris.

              O.

              On March 11th, 1940 Yellowstone Park Rangers beheld a sight they had never before seen ...
              Grizzly bears nervously wandering around Yellowstone National Park ... with bells on.
              Turns out they were afraid they might stumble upon or accidentally startle CHUCK NORRIS.
              Last edited by Bill F.; 01-30-2020, 11:31 AM.

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              • #8
                I heard that just a few years back Chuck Norris was bitten by a rattle snake.
                After 3 days of excruciating pain, the rattle snake died.

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                • #9
                  Chuck Norris found Indulgence three days before Fenn hid it,
                  and even had edits ready for a second pressing of TTOTC.
                  Last edited by Bill F.; 01-30-2020, 11:33 AM.

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                  • #10
                    According to the book: Death In Yellowstone
                    Yellowstone Lake is the deadliest thing in the entire park.
                    Except when Chuck Norris comes to visit.

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                    • #11
                      I heard that when FF placed the chest, and buried it, he didn’t actually dig, but instead punched the earth in the face to make room.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JHSharp View Post
                        I heard that when FF placed the chest, and buried it, he didn’t actually dig, but instead punched the earth in the face to make room.
                        Good one ("in the face").

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by ORION View Post
                          A Searcher came across Chuck Norris walking to his car with Indulgence under his arm and exclaimed, "Oh my God, you solved Forrest Fenn's poem!"

                          Chuck Norris replied, " What poem?"


                          Peace,

                          Orion
                          DB Cooper was a cover to distract from the fact you never see Forrest Fenn and Chuck Norris in the same room.

                          O.

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                          • #14
                            Well I heard that Clint Eastwood was the 200 foot searcher. Not only was he within 200 feet, but he was within 12, and he found a grizzly bear searching for the treasure there. He told the grizzly "There's two types of animals, those with loaded guns, and those that dig. You dig."

                            It was just for fun though, before Forrest ever wrote the poem or Chuck Norris got there. Clint and the bear just laughed and ate some spaghetti.

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                            • #15
                              I heard that Chuck Norris started the Chase by walking straight to the treasure. But, instead of picking it up, he decided to back-check FF’s poem to make sure FF didn’t make any mistakes. Let’s just say warm waters didn’t halt until the day Chuck Norris showed up to verify. They haven’t moved since.

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