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March 21, 2012


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Just when I be crewlessly roamin the Sea of Deviance,
Arrr I be struck down be a plague
Dat be causin me to tear
And sneeze like a blow hole of a whale!

Me tongue can taste nothin
And me throat feels like sand paper!
What manner of Plague this be?
That would strike down even a Sea dog like me?
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MiniDisaster Mar 22, 2012
DX hope you feel better soon
AOGRAI Mar 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Most gracious. Read about the quirky diff in language... how come you did not talk about the ones Geordies speak? I love the word "nosh" and "nosh bag". Those are what I remember of my days in London... some many many years back... when Thatcher was still in power and all the socialist marches, vegan marches which I had conveniently slipped out of bec I did not want to be deported... HAHAHA and Glastonbusry! Wow, U days! Great times!
MiniDisaster Mar 23, 2012
narw duck I'm from nittingham we dont talk like tha me hav a lot of people who miss e's and speak in an almost complettly different languge plus with new slang and chaz's around the tipical londan accent has evolved for an example watch a film call Pitch Balck,im aspoust to be english and even i don't understand them -__-
AOGRAI Mar 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow you speak almost scifi like. I like southern wales too, cute sing song like!
MiniDisaster Mar 24, 2012
aww thanks XD
AOGRAI Mar 25, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
AOGRAI Mar 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
HAHAHA... you have just made me feel a whole lot better.
Thanks a heap.
And Cheers.
Just when the captain's uncle be crewlessly roamin' the Sea of Deviance,
Arr, he be struck down by a plague!
When lo an' behold, a mermaid swam aboard,
And gave the captain's uncle a bottle of medicine!

'What source of wizardry be ye cookin' fer me?'
Asked he, cautious of this seafarin' beauty.
'Drink it, and you'll be roaming the Sea of Deviance
Feeling so good, you'll take down the Kraken!'

'Impossible!' said he, and he drank the medicine up
Along with a glass full of rum.
And by the Seven Seas, he felt amazing!
So amazing, he fought the treacherous Kraken!

He fought and won, by the Sea of Deviance,
And he thanked this seafarin' beauty.
'Cheers to the wizardry of this sea-dweller, fer
It be by her that I sail once again!'
AOGRAI Mar 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
"Thanks a million" as an old Irish expression goes.
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