Pirate Word Association Game

Arrr, I be a pirate!

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Are you good at associatin' your words?

Aye matey we hang out regularly together!
32
32%
My language is too colourful to get a PG ratin'
29
29%
Oi have trubble stringin' half a sentence together, except when I drink
29
29%
Oi lost my larnyx in a sword fight and use sign language
11
11%
 
Total votes: 101

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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby Spaghetti_Rum » Sun Sep 06, 2009 10:31 pm

Space Pirate

... and with the magic of a really bad MS Paint-job, I give you a rendition of a Pirate Sarlacc!

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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby Ubi Dubius » Sun Sep 06, 2009 10:33 pm

:lol:
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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby Julius Aurora » Mon Sep 07, 2009 12:28 am

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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby Roy Hunter » Mon Sep 07, 2009 6:19 am

The AAAAARRRRGGHHHH!!! is strong in this one...
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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby DaveL » Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:08 pm

*yarrrrr, that's an awesome job matey, if he swallowed ye, ye'd drown in his rum soaked belly*

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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby pieces o'nine » Mon Sep 07, 2009 3:05 pm

Officer of the Royal Navy: Let me see your letters of marque.
Pirate: [with a small wave of his hook] Ye dun need t'see arrrgh marrrghks.
ORN: We don't need to see his letters of marque.
Pirate: These bain't thee wenches yer lookin fer.
ORN: These aren't the wenches we're looking for.
Pirate: We can go abowt arrrgh plunderin'.
ORN: You can go about your business.
Pirate: Be orf wiv ye.
ORN: Move along... move along.
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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby black bart » Tue Sep 08, 2009 4:05 am

Roy Hunter wrote:The AAAAARRRRGGHHHH!!! is strong in this one...


:lol:

:barf: (still gettin me AAAARGH legs arter that channel crossing).
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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby Reverend RA » Mon Sep 14, 2009 5:16 pm

black bart wrote:
Roy Hunter wrote:The AAAAARRRRGGHHHH!!! is strong in this one...


:lol:

:barf: (still gettin me AAAARGH legs arter that channel crossing).


Channel crossing wow! I have trouble getting my sea legs back after taking the Northern Line from Waterloo to Embankment.
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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby black bart » Tue Sep 15, 2009 4:35 am

Reverend RA wrote:
black bart wrote:
Roy Hunter wrote:The AAAAARRRRGGHHHH!!! is strong in this one...


:lol:

:barf: (still gettin me AAAARGH legs arter that channel crossing).


Channel crossing wow! I have trouble getting my sea legs back after taking the Northern Line from Waterloo to Embankment.


Arrrgh I moight hexplain to our foreign shipmates that thee hunderground rail road has ta pass under thee hextremely choppy river Thames ta get to embankment stashun.

It be also hextremely unpleasant to take a ride of thee wobbly old Central Line arter too much grog.
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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby Reverend RA » Tue Sep 15, 2009 6:02 pm

Any man, pirate or not, brave enough to take the Central Line to Ealing Broadway deserves the upmost respect.
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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby Roy Hunter » Wed Sep 16, 2009 2:38 am

It's like the difference between Pastafarian heaven and hell: in the Pastafarian hell, the beer is flat and the strippers have social diseases; on the Northern Line, the trains are just a little bit skankier, and hotter, and bumpier, and more inclined to break down or just not show up. As an occasional commuter from Waterloo to Mornington Crescent, I salute your bravery!
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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby black bart » Wed Sep 16, 2009 5:45 am

Is it me or is the Reverend RA looking a wee bit peaky these days?
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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby Roy Hunter » Wed Sep 16, 2009 7:57 am

black bart wrote:Is it me or is the Reverend RA looking a wee bit peaky these days?
I think it's the ascetic clerical lifestyle, probably.
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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby Reverend RA » Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:02 am

black bart wrote:Is it me or is the Reverend RA looking a wee bit peaky these days?


I'm am sorry to have to say but I think it's you looking a wee peaky. As you can see the colour has fully returned to my cheeks following a short but spiritually invigorating stay at the local monastery. If it be your wish I would be delighted to arrange for you to attend (at a rate I think will find more than acceptable). I feel convinced that the ascetic clerical lifestyle practiced at our monastery would ideally suit a gentleman of your stature and bravery.

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Re: Pirate Word Association Game

Postby black bart » Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:12 am

Gulp! :oops:
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