Shippensburg is a borough in Cumberland and Franklin counties in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Shippensburg is also home to Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, one of 14 universities of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. The University is known for its excellent Education, Psychology, Business, and Communications Programs. Although semi-rural they're are plenty of things to do in Shippensburg (hint: its not hard to find a party). At the end of the Academic Year there is an Annual Block Party as well. Also, Go Raiders!
Shippensburg: Ship Happens
The ghost ship of the West Coast. Thought to have been captained by a mad man with obsessive compulsive disorder who was a real joe the show.
Off of the south end of Crocker Island I saw the Excelsior slip into the mist.
The act of asking for oral sex while riding the common amusement park ride, "the swinging pirate ship." The man is often denied and forced to wait for sex later.
Zack enjoyed the galleon for hours on end, it cost him many park tickets.
A ship made from your friends. Although it would be much more satisfying if it were made from your enemies.
The following example takes place on a deserted island and is the original script for the hit-show Lost (except it was changed because this version would have lasted less than half an episode, even though its legendarily epicness is double the epicness of the entire series...this has something to do with science and concentration and dilution but that's too complicated to explain):
Jack: Okay lets use Hurley's gargantuan, fat ass, king size bed body as the main component of our raft.more...
Kate: Great idea! Plus his ginormous breasts can double as pillows!
Jack: And we can use Sun's skinny ass eggroll body as the mast.
Kate: Ooh ooh can we skin Michael and use him as our sail?pretty please? Me so racist!
Jack: His blackness will never be seen at night by rescuers. Lets use that pregnant white girl Claire instead. Also,I should keep Shannon's body as a makeshift blowup doll in case you "accidentally" fall in the water when the sharks come out.
Kate: Then I'll bring Vincent in case I get inter-species-curious
Jack: Eeeewiee!! Your definitely "accidentally" falling into the water!
Kate: So what are we gonna use to tie all this together anyways?
Jack: We're gonna use everyone else's small intestines as ropes duh!!! Haven't you ever made a friendship before? *whispers*stupid bitch* Lets use John’s useless legs as oars.
Kate: Yeah! Lets do this!
*2 minutes after sailing off the Hurley raft hit an iceberg and they all died happily ever after. The End*
*Based on a completely real fictional story(which will soon be adapted into 37 feature length films and the last two films will be a part 1 part 2 thing because lately the people who make films have realized that movie goers are dumb enough to pay for something that could have easily been squeezed into just one film)*
1. A song from the 60s
2. One who thinks he can twice
3. One who was raised by a cup of coffee
4. One whose Jenga ship was shanked
5. One who tapes a spoon to an eggplant for a pumpkin carving contest
6. One whose hat repeatedly flies off his head and majestically back on in a circular motion while he utters nonsense
Homsar, tell us about your childhood.
I was raised by a cup of coffee.
Really. How did you end up here?
Twas the pride of the peaches.
Gundam Hammer - A weapon in "Gundam." A chain with a rocket-powered spiked ball on the end. Yoshiyuki Tomino, the creator of "Gundam," insisted that "Gundam" was not just a giant robot anime, but a realistic show about war and humanity. Gundam Hammer was introduced, and critics said it wasn't very realistic. Tomino responded by saying that "Gundam" is only a giant robot anime after all.
well, a string on that suppposed REAL space ship's just another gundam hammer!
A character in Joe Dever and John Grant's Legends of Lone Wolf series, who is a mercenary warrior/assassin and an ally of Lone Wolf. She is one of the party who free Lone Wolf from Helgedad when he is kidnapped in Legends 5: The Claws of Helgedad, although she was assumed dead at the end of book 3.
She appears briefly in the original gamebook series, as one of the passengers on a coach from Ragadorn to Gorn Cove.
Viveka appears to die after falling overboard on a ship, but she reappears safe and well at the Kai Monastery ruins.
She is one of the many not-quite-girlfriends Lone Wolf has in the Legends novels, and like most of them, she seems to just appear and disappear at random.