Argh, "Happy International Talk Like A Pirate Day" to yers! Me matie, Larvie Lincoln came home froms his school -aye- topped up as a decked out scur'ie swashbuckler. -Arrrr - I'e been considrin' not writtin' this o'erdramatic crappola -eye - me just couldn't help myself - arr - Where be me bottle of rum? -Ahoy- Plus, me just couldn't thank o' anything else t' write. Garrr.
Our neighbor (Lincoln's bucko) crawled ye over tonight for yonder grub and eatin's. T' last time she did come, we -eye- pancakes, argh. N'Tonight we had grubs of french toast. I tolds hers that ours family always be havin' grubs on breakfast at night and grubs on dinner in mornin'. I also told her we be havin' liver n' onions fer grub in the mornin' if she wanted t' come o'er. Aye, she declined. A pence for an old man o'de sea?
[I may have confused several dialects in the writing of this nonsense. I wanted to speak primarily in Pirate, but I believe there may be hints of other languages and other accents thrown in there for good measure. If I have offended any pirates by my horrible Piratese grammar, please let me know.]
Also, in honor of Talk Like A Pirate Day, here is a very cool video of my favorite actor, Johhny Depp riding Pirates of the Caribbean for the first time. Stay tuned to the very end, where he comes face to face with his own character. Classic!