Today be Talk Like a Pirate Day... the most funnest day ever!
First me had t' go get a pirate name (I was dubbed "Legless Harvey Dread").
Then I be playin' a fine pirate game.
And then I be wearin' me finest pirate garb...
...so that I can be watchin' a fine pirate film!
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Arg me hearty!
I be aLMOST cRAZY aUDRA gRIMM. Should I get to trimmin’ the f’sail, swabbin’ the decks, or mebbe there be some maiming and pillagin’ for the likes o’ me?
I like maiming and pillagin’. Arg!
I’m apparently Tennis Elbow Billy thanks to that generator.
If you want a cheesy 80s style laugh, try The Pirate Movie. Bad film. But I loved it as a kid.
Arrrr… and top this name, matey… Cap’n Benjamin Bloodcake.
Just like the gay-o-meter, this pirate name thing is broken. I mean really “Pirate Butch the Fruit”. What the hell can you pillage and pluder with a name like that?
Hot man-ass… that’s what ye be pillaging and plundering with a name like that!
Ha! I’m Cap’n Flora Mauvebeard! Ace!
I’m Pirate Dolores the Cash-Strapped. talk about lame. but true. arrrrrghhh!
I got ‘Frownin’ Bette Dagger’ which I think is totally fricking cool!!
Cap’n Rachel Jailbait here.. *curtsies*
On becoming a pirate –
First step: mastering the five A’s. These are the building blocks of piratese, and they are, apparently in reverse order of importance, avast, ahoy, aye, aye-aye, and the amazingly flexible arrr, which, the authors claim, can mean, among many other things, “Yes,” “I agree,” “I’m happy,” “I’m enjoying this beer,” “My team is winning” or “My team is losing” and “I am here and alive.”
(From a NY Times article …)