National Talk Like A Pirate Day

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  1. First!!! Well, shiver me timbers and blow me down! Hoist the Jolly Roger and pass the grog! Arrrgh!

  2. Arrrrr, what be ye thinkin’ ye scurvy Cavinist heretic?
    Avast! Trim the sails, a pint of grog as a toast, clear sailing with no reefs to be ye hazard!

    A song to sing as ye be swabbin’ the decks…

  3. Michael,
    Blackbeard (a real-life pirate named Edward Teach) would take his own crewmembers below deck, then light fuses he had woven into his beard in order to fill the room with smoke. For some reason, it didn’t bother him a bit, and when his underlings would begin to choke and beg for mercy, he would just laugh at them. Intimidation was his form of leadership.

    Kind of reminds me of some of the scoundrel-pastors we’ve been made aware of over the years.

    As far as celebrating evil pirates as part of pop culture, I just think of it as my Halloween alternative. 😉

  4. Ricky Bobby says:

    What’s that sect you belong to again?

    I think it begins with ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 😆

  5. Chile says:

    Well, blow me timbers, that’s me Red Rocks!

    Gman, have you ever been to Red Rocks? Incredible out door venue for a concert! Though now-a-days, it’s almost impossible to go without copping a buzz … gotta love Colorado! Shiver me timbers! Arrrrrgh!

  6. Michael says:

    CK,

    I’m all for it…. 🙂

  7. The intimidation or the Halloween alternative? 😉

  8. or the grog? 🙂

  9. filbertz says:

    “…cabin boy, fetch me brown breeches.”

    Punchline to the best pirate joke ever.

  10. Paige says:

    Hahahaha I think it’s just plain fun and funny….and we all need comic relief in this crazy life!
    Arrrrgh!

  11. filbertz says:

    Did you see the new pirate movie? It’s rated “aaarrrgh!”

  12. What is a pirate’s favorite Christmas chanty? We Three Kings of Orient Arrrrgh!

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