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[[Image:Treasure.png|thumb|right|200px|Treasure chests commonly contain valuable things. Very shiny valuable things.]]
 
'''Treasure''' is shiny and valuable [[stuff]] that is usually found in treasure chests.
 
'''Treasure''' is shiny and valuable [[stuff]] that is usually found in treasure chests.
   
==History of treasure==
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==History==
[[Pirate]]s have been burying treasure since the beginning of [[time]] itself, while treasure hunters armed with straws have in turn hunted it. [[Anthropology|Anthropologists]] have yet to determine what sort of benefits the pirates themselves are supposed to derive from this strange activity; although some suggest it is a form of [[altruism]] intended for the funding of future generations of anthropological studies.
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[[Pirate]]s have been burying treasure since the beginning of [[time]] itself, while treasure hunters armed with straws have in turn hunted it. [[Anthropology|Anthropologists]] have yet to determine what sort of benefits the pirates themselves are supposed to derive from this strange activity; although some suggest it is a form of altruism intended for the funding of future generations of anthropological studies.
 
[[Image:Treasure-map.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Standard treasure map (circa 1666)]]
 
   
 
==Treasure maps==
 
==Treasure maps==
Since all pirates are highly skilled in the scientific art of [[cartography]], the location of every treasure chest is meticulously [[map|mapped]] via [[GPS|global positioning satellites]] and posted to ''alt.pirates.treasure.buried.yarrr'' for the benefit of [[Treasure Huntery|amateur treasure seekers]]. Every valid treasure map must contain (at minimum) the following elements: dashed lines forming a path to follow, scary names for land and sea features, and a big stylized [[X]] to indicate the location of the treasure.
 
   
==Typical contents of a treasure chest==
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[[Image:Treasure-map.jpg|thumb|right|250px|A standard treasure map (circa 1666)]]
*[[Gold]] doubloons
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Since all pirates are highly skilled in the scientific art of cartography, the location of every treasure chest is meticulously [[map|mapped]] via [[GPS|global positioning satellites]] and posted to ''alt.pirates.treasure.buried.yarrr'' for the benefit of amateur treasure seekers. Every valid treasure map must contain (at minimum) the following elements: dashed lines forming a path to follow, scary names for land and sea features, and a big stylized [[X]] to indicate the location of the treasure.
*[[Diamond]]s
 
*[[Ruby]] slippers
 
 
==Places to look for treasure==
 
*Landfills
 
*Skips
 
*Where X marks
 
*Under palm trees
 
*In neighbours' gardens
 
*Unmanned stockrooms
 
*Under the sea
 
*The Moon
 
*Anywhere that there are pirates
 
 
==Places to avoid looking for treasure==
 
*Syringe bins in public toilets
 
*Minefields
 
*Graveyards
 
*Chernobyl
 
*In other men's pants
 
*In corpses
 
*In fires
 
*Downtown Bagdad
 
*Up your ass
 
*[[Goatse]]
 
*Genetics
 
*Inside an atom
 
*In [[strip club]]s (Not THAT kind of [[booty]] you scurvy dogs!)
 
*In [[gay pubs]]
 
*In [[France]]
 
*[[Chuck Norris]]'s beard
 
*Inside the [[foreskin]]
 
*[[Does the Pope shit in the woods?|Fluttershy's cottage]]
 
*[[Hell]]
 
*[[Hitler|Heil]]
 
*[[George Bush|Walking plants]]
 
*[[Russia]]
 
*The [[catacomb]]s under my house
 
*The catacombs inside you
 
*[[Genitalia]]
 
*[[Soviet]] [[Rapefruit|Genitalia]]
 
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Jewry]]
 
*[[Jewry]]
*[[Treasure Island]]
 
 
*[[R|Yarrr]]
 
*[[R|Yarrr]]
   
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[[Category:Money]]
 
[[Category:Money]]
 
[[Category:Jewelry]]
 
[[Category:Jewelry]]
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Treasure

Treasure chests commonly contain valuable things. Very shiny valuable things.

Treasure is shiny and valuable stuff that is usually found in treasure chests.

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Pirates have been burying treasure since the beginning of time itself, while treasure hunters armed with straws have in turn hunted it. Anthropologists have yet to determine what sort of benefits the pirates themselves are supposed to derive from this strange activity; although some suggest it is a form of altruism intended for the funding of future generations of anthropological studies.

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Treasure-map

A standard treasure map (circa 1666)

Since all pirates are highly skilled in the scientific art of cartography, the location of every treasure chest is meticulously mapped via global positioning satellites and posted to alt.pirates.treasure.buried.yarrr for the benefit of amateur treasure seekers. Every valid treasure map must contain (at minimum) the following elements: dashed lines forming a path to follow, scary names for land and sea features, and a big stylized X to indicate the location of the treasure.

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