black bart wrote:
The wench wrote:aye mine be "yo ho, yo ho, a pirate's life for me" (the disney pirates of the caribbean song)... arrrrgghhh
Arrrr I found a better one fer ye:
Saucy, sultry Wenches WE!
Waltzing through the Faire!
Merry and bawdy, big and bosomy,
Laddies all beware!
Kiss, kiss, kiss the Lads,
Lords and Himbos too!
Give â€˜em a wubby with your bubbies â€“
Hope the wives donâ€™t sue!
Strut, strut, strut your stuff,
Smiling all the while!
Give â€˜em an inch and give â€˜em a pinch,
And hope they take a mile!
pardon me while I excuse myself to visit the little pirates captainettes room afore I wets me pants again.
I'm partial to the one that begins
"The sun was shining on the sea,
Shining with all his might:
He did his very best to make
The billows smooth and brightâ€”
And this was odd, because it was
The middle of the night."
and this one that be useful when I'm 'avin tha crew pump out tha bilges by 'and
He was a saucy sailor boy
Who'd come from afar,
To ask a maid to be the bride
Of a poor Jack tar.
The maiden, a poor fisher girl,
Stood close by his side;
With scornful look she answered thus;
I'll not be your bride.
You're mad to think I'd marry you
Too ragged you are;
Begone, you saucy sailor boy,
Begone you Jack tar.
I've money in my pocket, love,
And bright gold in store;
These clothes of mine are all in rags,
But coin can buy more.
Though black my hands my gold is clean
So I'll sail afar,
A fairer maid than you, I ween,
Will wed this Jack tar.
Stay! Stay! you saucy sailor boy,
Do not sail afar;
I love you and will marry you,
You silly Jack tar.
'Twas but to tease I answered so,
I thought you could guess
That when a maiden answers no
She always means yes.
Begone you pretty fisher girl,
Too artful are you;
So spake the saucy sailor boy,
Gone was her Jack tar.