Inappropriate “Talk Like a Pirate Day” remarks

  1. Aaaaar! Ye have cancer, Mr Finkelstein.
  2. Aaaar! Be leavin’ you, I will, and fightin’ fer custody of th’ youngins, damn yer eyes
  3. Aar! That joint be not mine, old father!
  4. Aaaaaaaar! Home a day early, ye are, husband. This varmint a poor stranger be who lost his clothes.
  5. Aaar! ‘Twas my right of way!
  6. Aaar! The tightening of credit conditions has the potential to intensify the housing correction and restrain economic growth more generally, aar. Today’s action is intended to forestall some of the adverse effects on the broader economy that might otherwise arise from the disruptions in financial markets, aaaar!
  7. Aaar! Yer brat should not play so near me pit bull doggie, aar!
  8. Aaar! Come out with your hands up, blast ye!
  9. Aaaar! Lass, ye come upon me unawares! I bought these for the articles, be it so!
  10. Aaaaaaar! Peace be upon he who follows the guidance: People of America this talk of mine is for you and concerns the ideal way to prevent another Manhattan, and deals with the war and its causes and results, avast!

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48 thoughts on “Inappropriate “Talk Like a Pirate Day” remarks”

  1. @Trip
    I thought it was more from the gut, gotta start the rumbling down low to produce a good quality “Arrrrr” with all the proper tonal variances.

    Also it’s probably inappropriate to use “Arr” in conjunction with any non-pirate kids song. Such as Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, very bad form to put an “arr” before it. Can’t think of any piratey kids songs off hand so it’s probably safe to say no “arr”s in kids songs. Then again pirates can pretty much do what they want, provided they can take the consequences should they be caught.

    “Arrrr Woot!” is also probably right out.

  2. @Ben Kendall –

    Twinkle twinkle little starrrr,
    I be wonderin’ what ye arrr.
    Up above th’ mast so high,
    Like a diamond, catch’d me eye.
    Twinkle twinkle little starrrr,
    I be wonderin’ what ye arrr.

  3. @Jesse
    I stand corrected, didn’t think of putting it at the end.
    “Arrr, Twinkle twinkle little star” just didn’t work out, but your version works out great, made me laugh too with the mast part :D

  4. Arrr Principal Smith, but I didn’ think the hearty spitwad would hitt’er, ya landlubber! I must say the teacher is a bountiful lass to me eye! ARR!

  5. Aye, he had the kind o’ face only a mother could love. If that mother be blind in one eye and had that milky white film over t’ other eye, like a bilge rat done drunk too much grog! Ye know what I mean, salty dog!?

  6. (See, this is the part where you do the work.)

    Shakespeare is always good for Pirate and MoFo quips. Combining them is fun too.

    To be or not to be, that is the motherfucking question ye salty motherfucker. ARRRRRRRR

    Though this be madness, yet there is method in ‘t, ya scurvy motherfucker. ARRRRRRRR

    What a piece of work is a Pirate! ARRRRRRRR

    We that are true Pirates run into strange capers… ARRRRRRRR

    I am a Pirate. Hath not a Pirate eye/s? ARRRRRRRR

    Asses are made to bear, and so are mutherfucking land-lubbers. ARRRRRRRR

    Get thee to a nunn’ry matey ; ) ARRRRRRRRRR

    Lead On me Matey Motherfuckers! Arrrrrrrrr

  7. Arrrrr! Tis a wooden leg, yes. But it shall tickle ye spot lasse! Grrrr…I mean Arrrr!

    Arrrrrr! Ye old whiskey spectacles did me no favors again, as she was a sea cow that burden me bed. The beast trapped me leg upon wakening and I chewed it off to escape it’s devilish grasp! And that is why I have me a peg leg.

  8. Yarrrr! hello ye fellow pirates, ye poem made me laugh there Jesse, ye wouldent by any chance open for a crew position would ye?

  9. Reminds me of that old talk like a pirate day joke :
    How do you know if you’re a pirate?
    You just ARRRR!
    Man, I love talk like a pirate day! One of my favourite days of the year! Every year I walk into the office and speak like a pirate to everyone. Some of them are a sport : others are just too stuck up. But I have a lot of fun nonetheless! Avast till the next talk like a pirate day! Arrr!!!

  10. Arrrrrrr! This is really fun. To be pirate and to tal like a pirate was great when we were kids and feels just as good now! (Sometimes one needs to be a kid again for a few minutes – these are mine) Just looking for my wooden leg and the sword ;-).
    Thanks for a great post and as funny comments!
    Rolf – the Pirate

  11. Hmmmm may I used this AAARRR in my next article about the unique way of getting the attention of your listeners? It’s kind of interesting. An empty word, yes, but it’s cool.

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