This one believes that medieval faires have good merchandise. This one still retains both her eyes and both her legs, so the eyepatch and wooden peg-leg seem unnessary.
This one did however, pick up a pirate serving wench outfit. And let this one tell you, that top did not promote breathing
Also aquired at said faire:
A sword of decent quality
A Jolly Rogers tattoo
A bandana with the Jolly Roger on it(not pictured)
A whip for keeping Galley slaves in line (and for ....other... uses)
Three dangly hoop earings
Two silver rings
Jangly bracelets and ankelets
A pair of swashbuckling boots
Total cost at the end of one day: $314 and some change. The outfit itself was $200. The accesories were the rest of it. And beleive this one, it does pay to accesorize.
This one's brother, however, personifies pirate like no other.
The Brother and Mother
The Brother and Sister
The middle Brother is a great lover of pasta, and felt his passion for the Noodle was great enough, so much so that he did not need to prove his devotion by becoming a pirate. Which is fine, since a pirates lifestyle isn't for everyone.