Columbus had a secret fourth ship — The Ay Papi. Everybody knows about how, in 1492, Columbus set sail for what turned out to be the Americas with his three now legendary ships: The Niña, The Pinta, and the Santa Maria. What has been kept out of the history books, however, is that a less illustrious fourth ship — The Ay Papi — was very much involved in the famed voyage.
Where the first three ships carried an all-male crew of adventurous sailors, The Ay Papi carried 50 of Spain’s highest-priced prostitutes, each appointed by King Ferdinand to keep the men from raping one another and disrupting the discovery of the New World. Unfortunately, most of the sailors contracted syphilis and subsequently went mad, including Captain Columbus himself, which explains why he insisted he had landed in Asia when he had in fact “discovered” The Bahamas.
(Very believable. A very male thing digging into the primitive and natural needs of mankind. If humans do not have a sense of shame and conscience, I bet mankind would be lying on the grass fields, by the lamp-posts, grabbing people of the opposite sex and forcefully make love openly.
Anyways, I heard from some of my friends who are serving the nation that they actually get condoms when they are in Taiwan? And prostitutes would knock on their doors? True/not, mmm. Don't know. )
Just kidding, Columbus did not have a secret fourth ship.