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Ahoy, Maties

Ahoy, Maties

Ahoy, Maties

(OP)
Today be Talk Like a Pirate Day!

James P. Cottingham
I'm number 1,229!
I'm number 1,229!

RE: Ahoy, Maties

"Hey I just downloaded Men in Black 3!"

Oh - Not that sort of pirate! pirate

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RE: Ahoy, Maties

Why are Pirates called Pirates?

Spoiler:

Because they AAAAAAArrrrrrrrrrrr

Aspiring to mediocrity since 1957

RE: Ahoy, Maties

It be matey!!

[cheesey joke]
What is a pirate's favorite type of movie?

Spoiler:

Any one rated R!
[/cheesey joke]

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RE: Ahoy, Maties


Quote:

hoy 1 (hoi)
n.
1. A small sloop-rigged coasting ship.
2. A heavy barge used for freight.
a hoy! That's what I'm talking a boat!

Skip,

glassesJust traded in my old subtlety...
for a NUANCE!tongue

RE: Ahoy, Maties

It was so nice to dress up and talk like a pirate. The best part was dressing up with in the limits of my contract.
The best part of the day was walking into the bathroom and hearing

Howdy mates
Shimmy down the trousers
Open the hatches
It's time to scrub the poop deck boys

RE: Ahoy, Maties

So, maties, how does we define our patois? Be it lingo, argot, or cant? Do our vernacular peculiarities require a definition beyond slang? Being pirates, from whom did we purloin the lingua franca of the high sea privateers? Beneath the Jolly Roger, do our common language be universal, even today? I has no answers, but a chestful of questions.

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