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Message started by Annie on 07/14/05 at 4:44pm

Title: Have ye heard the one about the pirate...?
Post by Annie on 07/14/05 at 4:44pm

Methinks a  thread would pertainin' to the tellin' of pirate jokes would be mighty fine, indeed.

Did you hear about the new pirate movie? I heard it was rated ARRRRRRRR!

Title: Re: Have ye heard the one about the pirate...?
Post by Colleen on 07/14/05 at 11:53pm

It's only a Buck an Ear! Wow, how much for the whole head?

Title: Re: Have ye heard the one about the pirate...?
Post by evandashevsky on 07/15/05 at 11:13am

How did the immature Pirate make all his immature pirate fans laugh?

He made farrrrrrgghhht sounds with his arrrrrrgggghhhm pit!

Get it!

I'm so awesome sometimes I could vomit!

Title: Re: Have ye heard the one about the pirate...?
Post by Annie on 07/19/05 at 5:30pm

Ay, what is Homer Simpson's faithful wench's name?

Or better yet, what is the name of SuperPirate's alter ego?

Title: Re: Have ye heard the one about the pirate...?
Post by Glitch010101 on 07/19/05 at 5:43pm

Arrr, one fine day on the high seas of the carribbean, a parrot flew right on to me shoulder.

"Avast ye!" I said

"Avast ye!" It sait.

"Begone with ye!" I said

"Begone with ye!" it said

So I shot it.




Arrr, and that be the story of why I don't have a pirate parrot no more.

Title: Re: Have ye heard the one about the pirate...?
Post by Mason on 07/20/05 at 3:00am

Yarr. There once was a scurvy rapscallion of a man named Penn, and a right nancy-boy was he. A landlubber and a penniless knave he was too, though not without a certain mercantile cunning.  

Aye… and he was in possession of two fine and winsome aunts. Yarr. Though they tweren’t fetching scullery maids nor buxom bar wenches, they were not without their womanly charms, fer’ they cooked the most toothsome pies this side of Davy Jones’ Easy Bake Oven. Yarr… pies…

An’ so Penn took to hawking his aunts’ pies at market for a tuppence a piece fer’ chum pie and sixpence a piece fer’ a chicken o’ the sea pot pie. Aye… an’ the townspeople rejoiced, every man jack of ‘em, ‘fer to have so tasty a morsel at such a reasonable exchange. Yarr.

But the demon of avarice, it soon found a purchase in Penn’s heart. Aye… and the scallywag decided to raise the price o’ pie, so as to rake in the doubloons with both fists. ‘Twas now sixpence a chum pie and the king’s own silver ‘fer to have a chicken o’ the sea pot pie.

An’ all the townspeople grumbled, but they crossed Penn’s palm with coin all the same, ‘fer the aunts’ pies, as I were mentioning, were most toothsome. Yarr.

But greed, that beast o’ seven tongues, ‘twould not let Penn rest. The scurrilous knave again raised his prices. Yarr… now ‘twas silver ye’d be needin’ fer to sup on sweetest chum pie and nought but gold ‘fer the ever tasty chicken o’ the sea pot pie.

Yarr! This be unreasonable, the people said. This be piracy upon our very dinner-plate, said others. This be the most foul, murderous, and scurvy-ridden plot that e’re a bilge-water brigand has conceived to part honest folk from their hard-earned coin, said I. Yarr!

And so a great meetin’ ‘twas called in the center of town, and ever mother’s son of the townspeople came to attend. An’ they all put pen to paper to sign a petition to complain. To complain about the pie rates of Penn’s Aunts.

Yarr. I be lovin’ puns…

Title: Re: Have ye heard the one about the pirate...?
Post by Glitch010101 on 07/20/05 at 11:09am

Arrr, now how does one say "lol" in pirate talk?

How's about: "By My Black Beard!" or "BMBB"  

Well let's see you be coming up with something better then. Arrr.

Title: Re: Have ye heard the one about the pirate...?
Post by Yanichka on 09/16/05 at 4:33am

Any pirate worth 'is weight in dubloons knows that pirates don't use acronyms, as pirates hardly trouble themselves with all that fancy-pants readin'. I'd say the appropriate response to a good pirate joke is to slap the teller on the back nice 'n hard and/or raise your glass to 'im. Arrr.

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