Avast, me hearties!
'Tis th' infamous Talk Like a Pirate Day today 'n we be celebratin' by givin' away th' bountiful booty bags 'o treasure! Buried in th' loot, ye find lots 'o goodies from gift cards to saucy FatWallet schwag! Eleven lucky buccaneers will be grog-filled when they spy wit' ye eye what they get!
Within each bag, th' mateys will plunder:
- 1 Reusable metal water bottle
- 1 FatWallet t-shirt
- 1 FatWallet ball
- 1 FatWallet car decal/sticker
- 1 FatWallet pen
- N' Lots 'o yummy thin's to fill ye gullet
Th' a ruckas dont stop thar though. To keep 'tis giveaway extra special, we've hidden some doubloons (gift cards) in th' booty bags.
One lucky landlubber
gunna be sailin' away wit' a $100 Gift Card to a FW Merchant 'o ye choice. While Five swarmy buckos
will be fishin' out $20 Amazon Gift Cards.
Rules n' Regulations
Ye can earn up to five points
towards one 'o eleven booty bags! 'Tis Giveaway b' endin' at midnight t'night, SeptembARrr 19, 2013. Fer ye scallywags out thar, here b' th' affidavit
X marks th' spot, so be off n' enter 'tis giveaway!(Refresh ye page if ye can't spy th' entry form below.)a Rafflecopter giveaway
Yo Ho Ho! How T' Talk Like a Pirate Fer Ye Dummies:
|Aaaarrrrgggghhhh! - exhortation of discontent or disgust|
Ahoy! - Hello!
Ahoy, Matey - Hello, my friend!
Ahoy, me Hearties! - the same as saying "Hello, my friends!"
All hand hoay! - comparable to all hands on deck
Avast ye - stop and check this out or pay attention
Aye - yes
Batten down the hatches - put everything away on the ship and tie everything down because a storm is brewing
Bilge-sucking - insult
Blimey! - exhortation of surprise
Blow me down! - expression of shock of disbelief akin to "Holy Crap!"
Blow the man down - command to kill someone
Booty - treasure
Buccaneer - a pirate
Bucko - a buccaneer
Cat O'Nine Tails - a whip with nine strands
Corsair- pirates in the Mediterranean Sea
Crow's nest - small platform atop the mast where the lookout stands
Cutlass - short heavy curved bladed sword used by pirates
Davy Jones' Locker - fabled, mythical place at the bottom of the ocean where the evil spirit of Davy Jones brings sailor and pirates to die
Dead men tell no tales - phrase indicating to leave no survivors
Doubloons - other coins or found in pirate hoards and stashes
Feed the fish - will soon die
Hang 'im from the yardarm - punishment of those captured in battle
Head - the pirate ship's toilet
Heave Ho - give it some muscle and push it
Hempen Halter - a noose for hanging
Hornswaggle - to defraud or cheat out of money or belongings
Jacob's Ladder - the rope ladder one uses to climb aboard a sloop
Jolly Roger - pirate's flag including white skull and crossbones over a black field
|Lad, lass, lassie - a younger person|
Landlubber - big, slow clumsy person who doesn't know how to sail
Mizzen - third mast from the bow of the ship on ships that have three or more masts
Old Salt - an experienced sailor
Pieces of eight - coins or found in pirate stashes
Pillage - rob, sack or plunder
Poop deck - the part of the ship farthest to the back, which is usually above the captain's quarters. This is not the bathroom.
Privateer - government-sponsored pirates
Rum - pirate's traditional alcoholic beverage
Run a shot across the bow - warning shot to another vessel's captain
Savvy? - do you understand and do you agree?
Scallywag - mild insult akin to rapscallion or rogue
Scurvy dog - the pirate is talking directly to you with mild insult
Scuttle - to sink a ship
Seadog - old pirate or sailor
Shark bait - will soon join Davy Jones' Locker
Shipshape - cleaned up and under control
Shiver me timbers! - comparable to "Holy Crap!"
Son of a Biscuit Eater - insult directed towards someone you don't like
Thar she blows! - Whale sighting
Three sheets to the wind - someone who is very drunk. One sheet is mildly drunk and four sheets is passed out.
Walk the plank - punishment in which person walks off a board jutting over the side of the ship while at sea. The consequence is drowning and a visit to Davy Jones' Locker.
Weigh anchor and hoist the mizzen! - pull up the anchor and the sail and let's get going
Ye - you
Yo Ho Ho - cheerful exhortation to demand attention