"There is another way of putting this. But I forgot it." - Pier Giorgio DiCicco
Must the palaverment be in English? The majority of buccaneers during the Golden Age of Piracy in the Atlantic Ocean did not speak English.
Do what ye like, we be not fussy. All arrrr Spanish and other colleagues be welcome to join the fun.Yaaaaaaaarrrrr!!!!
Aaarrrr swashbuckler! Ferrliz dia de pirata, arrrmigo! There's your Spanish R'pus : )
ARRRRR!!!! YAAARRR!!! BLEURGH!!!I made it. It's still only 11:11 p.m. in Newfoundland. (10:51 in some parts of Labrador).Happy TLPD, Ricardipirate!
That's the promble with being so far ahead of the rest of the world - we've already done this one.Wordbitch: fdiqiery
Poor, picky V. Dentata.Did your parents really name you after a lady's front bottom?
bk - oh yeah, the time difference thing.And your seasons are all backwards too.'promble' - lovely word. I think I'll keep that for future use. 'fdiqiery' begs definition too, sounds like 'the type of finagling required to post a blogger comment with Word Verification' or something.
Today's verification word? - vdatiPlz to use it in a sentence... Alrighty!The promble with fdiqiery is that there's no way to vdati its validity.
In the interests of qoveudby, this is a test post.
Ho ho ho.Actually I hate pirates, we have dem even today here...dey plunderin' de rivers 'n' sea, fishermen can't do dey jobs 'cause o' dem.
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