Pirate jokes

#11
Not many people know that the expression used for taking a person with special education needs out for the day relates to a term often used by pirates.

Now you know where the phrase "Walking the plank" originated.
 
#14
A pirate walks into a pub with a parrot on his shoulder. The landlord asks, "Where did you get that from?" Parrot replies, "Jamaica, there's hundreds of them out there!"
 
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#15
All right Jim lad,who put sand in the vasaline,?it did give old Long John a rough passage.What will it be Miss Purity a parrot or a cock a too? I'll have a parrot for a change please.
 
#17
An elderly pirate retired from the sea and his pirating career, married his favourite whore and purchased a small wooden bungalow set in an acre of land where both himself and his good lady wife grew strawberries and made jam for a living. Unfortunately, because of the lack of decent advertising, they never managed to sell any jam until it had gone past its use by date, meaning they had to sell it cheap.

Everybody on the island knew this and they would wait for a month before going up to the ex pirates bungalow to get some cheap fruit preserve.

You couldn't miss the place. Go up the dirt road and look for a wooden bungalow going by the name of "Old Jam Acre"
 
#20
An elderly pirate retired from the sea and his pirating career, married his favourite whore and purchased a small wooden bungalow set in an acre of land where both himself and his good lady wife grew strawberries and made jam for a living. Unfortunately, because of the lack of decent advertising, they never managed to sell any jam until it had gone past its use by date, meaning they had to sell it cheap.

Everybody on the island knew this and they would wait for a month before going up to the ex pirates bungalow to get some cheap fruit preserve.

You couldn't miss the place. Go up the dirt road and look for a wooden bungalow going by the name of "Old Jam Acre"
We defiantly need a "Groan" button^^^^^^^^^^^^
 

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