http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y39/flame060/Pirate_full.swf do what you want cuz a pirate is free!!
Whhhhaa...... What did i just watch?
An animation done by Fred Perry of a Lazy Town song.
It is infinitely awesome.
Lazy town for the win! I have broken my sister's brains with that show many a time -- that animation used their song, and changed the meaning of it though. Still ... quite awesome =)
god damn it s: i thought you linked a picture so i opened it in class, with my sound on!! D:
That guy and Monkey D. Luffy know exactly what's good in life. Booty and digging ditches with you crotch. Rhythmically of course.
Aisle 9 Jam Beans - Grow your own Jam?
No, that aisle just contains the beans that Jam eats.
Think I prefer my version!
Interesting supermarket though - has Apocalypse supplies the other side of the bean-eating Jam...
be... cause... everyone that wears that kind of hat is a pirate? or something? =)
I couldn't figure that out!
It's a hat style often known as a "longshoreman's cap", if she drew it true to life. If the girl has had any recognition of men from the Merchant Marine, or working the docks, she might very well associate it with sailors, and, being a kid, assume every sailor is a pirate, or any sailor who is NOT a pirate will be dressed like the doofus "good guys" from Johnny Depp movies, with big powdered wigs, ridiculous jackets and hats, with all sorts of "scrambled eggs" decorating them.
Just one theory ;)
Why does the kid know the "bottle 'o rum" line?!
JAM could use one of those hats with cat-ears on them; kinda retro and sorta chic.
Speaking of which http://www.gocomics.com/cestlavie/2011/11/06
I'd personally have gone with Pirate Shout (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9M9NZNC0PuI), inspired by the song A Pirate I Was Meant To Be from Curse of Monkey Island (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AawQvD8L_h4), but I like to cover my bases in geekery.
I love those games :'D Best computer game series ever. My favorite part are the insult battles xD Have you played the new ones they made recently? C: So good
I thought it was kind of random that this kid came up to you and asked that xD The little things C:
A similar thing happened to me at work. At the time I had long hair and a beard. I was standing in line and behind me a little boy kept yelling "Daddy! Daddy!" Eventually his father said "What?" The boy said "It's a pirate!" I turned around and saw the most excited face on the little boy. I glanced at the father then bent down and said "Arrr!" I wish more adults were as excited to see differences in people.
Well whatever the reason he thought you were a pirate it looks like you made his day.
Out of all the things working at a Grocery Store has showed me, little kids are probably the most hilarious part of your day, becuase they will do stuff like that.
Very cute; nicely done!
Jam...most of the time, these days, I wander around in an eye-patch (neurological issue causes eyes to focus independently)
Naturally, adults studiously don't stare, kids can't help it.
My daughter and I have a sense of the ridiculous, though, so she made me a paper mache parrot.
My wife insists we stay at least one aisle away, n the grocery store, if I go out with patch, parrot, and my Captain Morgan's tee-shirt on. I just can't resist it, though.
It would be awesomer to not need the patch at all :(
But I've found a sociological proclivity that I find quite interesting. For the most part, an adult will see my face, do a short kind of double-take, making certain of what they saw, then will do almost ANYTHING to avoid looking directly at my face (this is not true of customer service actively engaging me, like the checkout at the grocer's), but the kids...now *they* unabashedly marvel, fighting mommy and daddy trying to drag them where they "can't stare", and hushing them, or telling them "don't stare! It's rude!"
I hate to tell the adults out there, but I know I'm visibly "disabled" in an unusual manner, so I don't mind a second glance, or even a third or more, as they wonder "what happened to him?" or just end up having the same curiosity of a kid. And the kids aren't being rude. No more so than when they stare and ooh and ahh over almost ANYTHING different or new in an interesting manner. They're kids, they're going to be curious about people "the same as them", yet "different", so let 'em.
Besides, if I'm wearing a paper mache parrot, it should be obvious I have enough of a sense of humor about it to not object to flat out curious looks.
And yes, I *do* look directly at any kid who has managed to get past the adult barrier, and say things like "yarrr, matey, 'Twas the great white poodle what done this fer me, an' I been lookin' for him ever since" (or similarly goofy stuff in a "pirate" accent)
I do need to find myself a broad brimmed hat, so I can fold and tack the brim into a proper tri-corner, though. Anyone got a lead for me?
Hilarious! Good for you!!!
So, TRUE STORY:
I finished reading this comic, grabbed my stuff, and headed out out work.
As I was walking to my car, a little girl pops out on the balcony next to mine, and shouts, "Look at my pet bird!" She has a pet pigeon on her shoulder (I didn't know people kept pigeons as pets?), and then she goes, "I'm like a pirate! ARRRRGH" and starts dancing. It was the most adorable thing I've ever seen. I danced with her.
This kid is going to grow up and find this comic floating around the internet and realize just how awesome he is!!!
Also, Jam, how does something that cute not make you want to have kids XD
He's off to find the next pirate, I guess!