Purpose of life

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Too often confused with the Porpoise of Life, the Purpose of life is to actually see the images in Magic Eye pictures before the Coming of the Great Gravy, and to be touched by the holy noodly appendage of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

This correct purpose of life was identified in 1887 by the Portuguese Napoleon III after a slow dance with the extant founders of the Plymouth brethren. He is said to have removed his hands from under the blouse of the extant founders of the Plymouth brethren and clapped out the purpose of life in Morse Code before being led away by two of the Knights Templar.

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