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aye ye scurvy landlubbers. i needs me a pint o' grog and a good wench by me side arrr.

pirate walks into a bar with a steering wheel sticking out of his pants. bartender says to him "do you know you have a steering wheel sticking out of your pants?" and the pirate replies "arrrrr aye, its drivin me nuts"

ahhh i miss my ole monkey island days.

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ARRRRGH!!! today is the day!!

A Pirate Personal ad:

age: 30

weight: 230

height: 5'7"

eyes: one blue

hair: long brown

Comments: Arrgh, I'm a lookin' fer a stout solid, little pleasure craft to lay alongside. One that can take rough seas and doesn't mind rough hands on the wheel. She can't have no rotten planks, and I don't want one with no barnacles neither.

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The PirateÔÇÖs Code

1. Everyone shall obey orders.

2. Booty will be shared out as follows: 1 share to every ordinary seaman; 1 1/2 shares to the captain; 1 1/4 shares to the master carpenter, boatswain and gunner.

3. Anyone keeping secret of attempting to desert will be marooned. He may take only a flask of gunpowder, a bottle of water, a gun and some shot.

4. The punishment for hitting a man is 40 lashes on the bare back.

5. Anyone being lazy or failing to clean his weapons will lose his share of booty.

6. Everyone may vote on all important decisions.

7. Everyone may have a share of captured drink and fresh food.

8. Anyone found stealing from another member of crew will have his ears and nose slit open and be set ashore.

9. Gambling with cards and money is forbidden.

10. The penalty for bringing a woman aboard in disguise is death.

11. No one may leave the crew until each man has made 1,100 pounds.

12. The compensation of losing a limb is 800 silver dollars.

Sign your name in blood below, matey or walk the plank ....


I swear to abide by the PirateÔÇÖs Code.

Thar ya go matey's. now SIGN!!!

BTW: These are the actual rules set Down by Captains John Phillips and Bartholomew Roberts in 1724.

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