Pirates? (Literary Edition)

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mountainmage wrote:Well I did see an AOL news headline that said "Pirates hijack boat, find surprise." For the sake of making you feel better, I could say the surprise was a whole lot of books.
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smiley_cow wrote:
mountainmage wrote:Well I did see an AOL news headline that said "Pirates hijack boat, find surprise." For the sake of making you feel better, I could say the surprise was a crew of greased up gay strippers.
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I know I'd be surprised.
Police said they spent some time working out if they could charge the man with being armed with a weapon, as technically he was armed with part of a fish.

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Frankly, when you're a pirate, what you see is what you get.

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It's a good thing I have sunglasses with mp3s painted on them!
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I'm 98% sure you are a liar.

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What are you willing to bet on that 2%?
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Did you see Transformers? Man that was a shitty movie.

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I saw the first one and didn't like it, so I haven't seen the second one.
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I was talking about the first one. You know where he's selling the glasses and the code is imprinted on them? Like we were just talking about.

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Oh, I see. I tried to block the movie from my mind, especially all of the human "comedy relief", a.k.a. the majority of the damn movie.
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The only part I remember of that movie was when John Turturro showed up and I was like, "Hey! It's John Turturro!"
Police said they spent some time working out if they could charge the man with being armed with a weapon, as technically he was armed with part of a fish.

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Oldrac the Chitinous wrote:The only part I remember of that movie was when John Turturro showed up and I was like, "Hey! It's John Turturro!"
He was definitely the best part of those movies.
That said, he's very often the best part of any movies he's in.*

*Except Rounders. He was great in it, for sure, but the whole movie was boss.

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Lethal Interjection wrote:That said, he's very often the best part of any movies he's in.
And after IMDBing* him I am inclined to agree. Especially in regards to Mr. Deeds.

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Kimra wrote:Especially in regards to Mr. Deeds.
Very happy you mentioned it. I nearly included it in my first post as an example, but thought I would let my statement stand on its own.

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