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September 19, a good day to retire, if I were to retire, but I am not
Old 09-19-2006, 12:22 PM   #1
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September 19, a good day to retire, if I were to retire, but I am not

Ahoy, it is time t' retire Ye'll ne'er get me buried booty!

(Edit: Added "Talk Like a Pirate Day" to calendar linking to this thread. -BMJ)
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Re: September 19, a good day to retire
Old 09-19-2006, 12:25 PM   #2
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Re: September 19, a good day to retire

Martha, I have to say that you are about the last person I expected to see talking about her booty on the web.
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Re: September 19, a good day to retire

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Ahoy, it is time t' retire Ye'll ne'er get me buried booty!
Martha, nice photo of you and Greg. Is the guy with the beard Unclemick?

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I'll be checkin' me Davy Jones Index while yer ascrubbin' the poop deck, ya lubbers!
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Congratulations!!! I was wondering when you would pull the trigger. I am happy for you.
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Rats, I forgot to talk like a pirate when I went to vote for Town Council.

Avast, me hearties, man the yard arm! Gangway, I'm votin' fer sure, here be me Letters of Marque. Scupper that newfangled votin' machinery, ye bilge-sucking blaggards! Tis a paper ballot I be wantin this day. But dead men tell no tales--arrrrrrrrrrr!
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Tis a paper ballot I be wantin this day. But dead men tell no tales--arrrrrrrrrrr!
This site it too funny!

Martha, good for you.
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Congratulations!

So what's the predominant emotion on this fateful day?
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Congratulations!

So what's the predominant emotion on this fateful day?
What language be ye speakin thar sawbones. Do ya not know it be International Talk Like a Pirate Day?
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Martha,
You will find it to be a good life.
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Let me guess! - You were so smitten with the Rocky Mountains, that you are quitting your job and doing the 'Trout Bum in a trailer park' down by the river lifestyle!
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Congratulations Martha, it is a good day to retire
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Thar she blows! It's Martha & Greg in the dinghy, Lazy Daze. 15 men and a dead man's chest couldn't bring 'er back to the fo'cas'le, or so me parrot tells me.
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Be ye retired, or be ye just talkin' like a pirate?
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Arrrrrrrrrrrrr, I be try'in ta think of a witicism but me mates have beat me to um.
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I was just talking like a pirate. Still working, sorta. Arrr.

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Arrrg, I'll find yer buried booty or shiver mee own timber mee little darlin.* Hoist the Skull & Crossbones and wash down the scuppers.* Time fer a grog lads before the fun begins.
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Arrrg, I'll find yer buried booty or shiver mee own timber mee little darlin. Hoist the Skull & Crossbones and wash down the scuppers. Time fer a grog lads before the fun begins.
I suppose her response would be "Is that a wooden leg, or are you just glad to see me?"


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Awwwk! I meant 'sliver in my timber,' matey.
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Better than "your timber's a sliver"...

Arrrr...

"Tie that scurvy to the yard arm..."

"Oooh, rip the shirt; how cliche."
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