The Odyssey was a monumentally long and perilous road trip undertaken by the Swiss monarch Intravenous IV, usually nicknamed Odysseus or just Odie. His trip took him across all nine continents and two oceans; he met numerous monsters and politicians along the way. It was written by the poet Homer Simpson, author of the Illiad and the Iraqi Constitution.
The Torjan War
Not to be mistaken with the Trojan War, the Torjan War was a one-day affair that resulted from the theft of the Swiss peasant Torja. No one was killed during this war, and indeed there was no fighting at all; however, it prodded Odysseus to embark on his quest to find Torja, and in his memoir One Two Three IV, Odysseus counts it as the official beginning of his travels.
Historians later determined that the Torjan War was a complete fabrication on the part of Odie, and that he probably just wanted an excuse to go cross-country to find hot girls.
After the Torjan War, Odie takes off in a sweet junk with a large crew. They land first on a small island in the south Icelandic Ocean inhabited by the SCOTUS-Eaters, peaceful midgets whose preferred meal is Supreme Court justices. Several of Odie's men are waylaid by the idyllic lifestyle of these creatures, but the junk commander manages to set off before any major damage is done.
He next finds himself on the Atoll of the Cyclodes, giant wheeled organisms with razor-sharp spokes. After a Cyclod captures Odie and several of his crewmen, he concocts a clever plot: to run out of the Cyclod's cave, since the creature has no eyes with which to see them, or hands with which to catch them, or brain with which to think about capturing them.
This incident has led to the proliferation of the phrase "You can't fool a clod, because a clod's got no brain."
Odysseus comes across a witch named Circle, who transforms Odie's men into geometric shapes in order to seduce Odie.
This doesn't make sense to him either, so he rescues his men using a protractor and compass and hightails it outta there.
After roaming the seas for quite some time, Odysseus finds the fabled City in the Sea, Los Angeles. The sea routes through this area are fraught with dangers, including the alluring blue-and-red sirens, which were attached to police cars disguised as beautiful women in order to catch speeders. Odie's men tie their captain to the mast of his ship so that his lust wouldn't overcome him.
The Divine Graphing Calculator's Flocks of Immortal Geese
Odie and his companions arrived on the island belonging to the Divine Graphing Calculator. He said to his companions, "Eat not the immortal geese of the Divine Graphing Calculator, unless you know 100 digits of pi." Since none of them knew 100 digits of pi, but they ate the geese, the Divine Graphing Calculator was angered and graphed a line impaling every one of Odysseus' crew.
By this point Odie really is just sick of the whole journeying thing, so he turns that ship right around and tries to find his way home. Unfortunately the water in every direction looks the same, so he has some trouble.
Luckily, the hip-hopping prophet TyREE CS (the two latter initials stand for Clubber Seal, a popular clothing store) appears, QUITE SUDDENLY.
Odie: Tell me the way to go home. I'm tired and I want to go to bed.
TyREE: (is eaten by shark)
Odie: Good omens! I must go to the underworld and talk to Acheeses, my old buddy who died!
Acheeses is kind of angry and sulky because he's dead, but TyREE CS, who is in the underworld now because he is dead of sharkbite, tells Odie the way to go home, because he's tired and he wants to go to bed. And something about saying goodbye to all his "fair Spanish ladies." And to "keep it rizzle, dizzle."
On his way back from the underworld Odie comes across the vastly huge giant Silly. Silly has billions and billions of heads but is not loved by anyone, so he's usually unhappy and likes eating people. Luckily Odysseus has precisely billions and billions of crewmen, so he just lets Silly eat one of them with each head while he alone escapes.
After a while Odie is stranded on an island, which is totally uninhabited, except for the godly Calyppo, who is an ice-cream. They make sweet love every night, but after a while, that gets boring. Luckily, Deuce (Bigalow), the most powerful of all the Gods, decides that Odie can go home. He sends his messenger Herpes over to tell Calyppo to send Odie home. She instructs Odie to build a raft. His first reaction is: "ZOMG! U R GONAN FUCK ME! SWEAR A OATH U WONT FUCK ME OVER! ROFL LOLZOR!" She does that and off he goes, after having made sweet love to her one last time.
Odie arrives on the island of the Phaeaggots, who think he is a God. He convinces them he isn't, after which they assrape him 12 times. Eventually he cleverly steals their gold. He then runs off to one of their boats, presses the triangle and steals that shit, too. He goes home, but right before he arrives, he crashes. Tough luck
Odie is now finally home on Shithaca. Now he can beat the crap out of the people who have been living in his place for years and beat the crap out of his wife too. However, because he's such a smooth lovin' machine, he lays her down by the fire and makes sweet love to her.
The Odyssey is used by cruel English teachers everywhere, hoping to inflict pain upon their students. Said students often end up crying themselves to sleep, burning the book, and/or committing mass suicide. (Note: All English teachers could be wary of students making Kool-Aid, especially if it smells like almonds.)
Odysseus: Main character, trying to reach home after twenty years. Will sleep with any demigoddess he can lay his grubby, sea-soaked hands on.
Telemachus: Odysseus' whiny-ass son.
Penelope: She must be really fucking hot, if Odysseus goes through all that to get back to her.
Oh yeah, forgot about this
O.D.Y.S.S.E.Y. is also the code name of Honda's Dooms Day Device which stand for: O-verly complicated D-angerous Y-ello S-ystem of S-corpions for E-ating Y-outh