I need to dress up like a pirate

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I need to dress up like a pirate

Postby kathic » Wed Sep 27, 2006 5:52 pm

but im cheap and dont want tp buy too much


any ideas? I plan to carry the FSM book with me but thats about all I got...
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Postby haxmasta » Sun Oct 15, 2006 5:45 am

Well, what you could do is take a trip into a dime-store in your town for pirate-like clothing that you can either cut-up or put together for something that resembles partial pirate regalia.

Like take an old couch you would find on the side of a highway, kick the crap out of it, break the frame, cut the upholstery off, then you can use the cloth for a bandana or a sash, then use the frame for a pirate flag pole or even a crow's nest on a pirate ship.
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Postby Jerm » Thu Oct 19, 2006 10:14 pm

You would be surprised how much a simple bandana, tied into a skull cap, can help with the appearance and one's general overall pirateyness.
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Postby Duke » Wed Oct 25, 2006 11:31 pm

You could be a Pirate Pastor, with the Good Book in one hand, a cutlass in the other, and something wrapped around the head... :D


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Re: I need to dress up like a pirate

Postby Ham Nox » Wed Dec 02, 2009 1:18 pm

Ay matey, I've the same terr'ble prublum. Me mum still insists on commanding the shopping trips, and she won't stand for no bodices.
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Re: I need to dress up like a pirate

Postby black bart » Fri Dec 04, 2009 9:50 am

Ham Nox wrote:Ay matey, I've the same terr'ble prublum. Me mum still insists on commanding the shopping trips, and she won't stand for no bodices.


Aaarrrgh...as usual usin me hexperience of loif an all it's problems I've got some advice:

...run away to Madame Fifi's and be done wiv it!
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Re: I need to dress up like a pirate

Postby Tigger_the_Wing » Sat Jan 23, 2010 7:02 am

BB, whilst ye be dispensin' hadvice ter wenches, wot shood a wench wear when it be too waaarrrm fer bodices? :confused:

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Re: I need to dress up like a pirate

Postby Ham Nox » Tue Feb 23, 2010 5:10 pm

*gasp* The bots are taking over!! :paranoid:

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Re: I need to dress up like a pirate

Postby black bart » Wed Feb 24, 2010 11:09 am

Tigger_the_Wing wrote:BB, whilst ye be dispensin' hadvice ter wenches, wot shood a wench wear when it be too waaarrrm fer bodices? :confused:


Sorry Tig matey...I missed this one.

Ah hem...if it be too warm fer bodices I hexpect ye'll have to adopt thee happarel o these foine native hamazonian women:

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Hamazonian...now ye've made me think o mummy :cry:

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Re: I need to dress up like a pirate

Postby Ham Nox » Wed Feb 24, 2010 12:43 pm

This may seem like an odd question, but are all Amazonian areolas that big?
And what's with calling them HAMazonians?

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Re: I need to dress up like a pirate

Postby Edd » Wed Feb 24, 2010 12:52 pm

Ham Nox wrote:This may seem like an odd question, but are all Amazonian areolas that big?
And what's with calling them HAMazonians?


Sounds like a scientific survey is required!

In order to eliminate any bias, the selection should be multi-cultural, of course.
The Hamazonian reference confuses me, too. Does it have something to do with the place where I buy all my online pork products, Hamazon.com?

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Re: I need to dress up like a pirate

Postby CaptainLongPig » Thu Jan 01, 2015 11:39 am

Whot I ded was head to ye ol Will O Goods and grab two button uppy collars shurts, a sea worn leather belt, tan pants and a scarf.
Then I took me mighty cutlass and ferociously severed the sleeves and collar off of one o' the button uppy shurts and to me suprise I had a fine vest. A smile ded creep up on my furry face on how good it ded look.
The scarf was wrapped around me head to keep the chill from knockin' me skull bones and the belt around me plump midsection for me nonresistant pistol. (but it does look dashin')
I may have spent 10 gold pieces on the whole theng. I may use some strong tea ta stain it 'n make it look moar sea ridden.

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Re: I need to dress up like a pirate

Postby RevWrongway » Thu Jan 01, 2015 12:09 pm

Now just make a ragged cut at the bottom o' yer pantoloons (about mid calf) 'n slap on a pair o' ropey sandals or buckle shoos.

CaptainLongPig wrote:Whot I ded was head to ye ol Will O Goods and grab two button uppy collars shurts, a sea worn leather belt, tan pants and a scarf.
Then I took me mighty cutlass and ferociously severed the sleeves and collar off of one o' the button uppy shurts and to me suprise I had a fine vest. A smile ded creep up on my furry face on how good it ded look.
The scarf was wrapped around me head to keep the chill from knockin' me skull bones and the belt around me plump midsection for me nonresistant pistol. (but it does look dashin')
I may have spent 10 gold pieces on the whole theng. I may use some strong tea ta stain it 'n make it look moar sea ridden.
ʇuǝɯƃpnɾ pɐq ɯoɹɟ sǝɯoɔ ʇɐɥʇ ɐʇʇol ɐ puɐ 'ǝɔuǝᴉɹǝdxǝ ɯoɹɟ sǝɯoɔ ʇuǝɯƃpnɾ pooפ

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Re: I need to dress up like a pirate

Postby CaptainLongPig » Fri Jan 02, 2015 5:17 pm

RevWrongway wrote:Now just make a ragged cut at the bottom o' yer pantoloons (about mid calf) 'n slap on a pair o' ropey sandals or buckle shoos.

CaptainLongPig wrote:Whot I ded was head to ye ol Will O Goods and grab two button uppy collars shurts, a sea worn leather belt, tan pants and a scarf.
Then I took me mighty cutlass and ferociously severed the sleeves and collar off of one o' the button uppy shurts and to me suprise I had a fine vest. A smile ded creep up on my furry face on how good it ded look.
The scarf was wrapped around me head to keep the chill from knockin' me skull bones and the belt around me plump midsection for me nonresistant pistol. (but it does look dashin')
I may have spent 10 gold pieces on the whole theng. I may use some strong tea ta stain it 'n make it look moar sea ridden.


Aye but I did plunder a nice pair o' Reebocks from this bloke in a stripedy shirt and black pantaloons. He be callin' em a mystic name o' Dee-Em-Eckses.


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