Guess The Pirate Slang (GAME)

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Please join us in giving at the link below – Thank you for being your mythical best, and for hanging out with us Let's learn some pirate slang together in a game called, "Guess the Pirate Slang" with a real-life pirate! – Fun – Real-life pirate – That's me! – Sailing the silver lake

– Sailing in the lake of silver Argh! So I have, I mean sorry, I lost character there for a second (laughing) I'm a professional So I have some pirate phrases and old-timey slang – It's not gonna be easy but– – It's very hard to keep this going

– Stick with it (laughing) – After a while it's going to turn Irish You're just going to have to deal with it So the first– – I'll give you a little nudge like that in the chin– – There's a fine line, isn't there? – It's the same thing – 'Cause it's kind of like, just a mad Irish accent

– Yes, it's just like, "I'm very Irish" – Like kind of like a gruffiness – Yes – A scruff in the laphogophagus – Yeah

I mean, yargh – Aye – Aye – Ayeee – The first phrase be– – It's right in there like this

(laughing) – Grog blossom – Grog blossom – Grog blossom – Yes – Well we had some grog

– You sure did – It's a liquid – That's a fart (laughs) That's definitely passing the gas A grog blossom

Aye, I know it – So you think it's a fart – It's a fart, yes – And what do you think? – Hmm I do know that my granddad, my– – We've got 10 minutes

(laughing) – My mom's dad– – Clyde – He would always call me a fart blossom – Hmm – Yes – Is that kind of redundant? – That's a play on a grog blossom

– I think it's something's growing in your grog, but– – Wrong! – You're probably right – A grog blossom is someone with a red nose, from drinking too frequently Also known as an alcoholic – That's a gin blossom – Oh

– One of my favorite bands – It's also a grog blossom – Is that? It's not one of your favorite bands – No, I cannot name one song that they sing – Well good, I just wanted to clear up the facts

– Can you? Who can name more Gin Blossom songs? – Uh, Morgan Come on, Morgan – Name a song, Morgan – [Morgan] Uh, Hey Jealousy – Uh, I've heard that

– Jealously! Is that it? – [Morgan] Sure – They're a great band (laughing) Speaking of great bands, this next one sounds like a song from that one band from the 90s, splice the main brace – Splice the main brace – Splice the main brace

– Yes – Well that's where you– – That's when your tallywhacker's hanging out and you don't know it, and you gotta put it back in Zip up (laughing) – Oh boy – Well, in real life, if you're gonna splice the main braces when it's broken and then you gotta put a new mast down and then tie it back together

– Right– – Wrong! – No, no, no that's not my guess – Oh! – So then, that's a euphemism for fixing a broken arm – Still wrong! (laughing) It's to pass a round of drinks out to the crew – Oh, splice the main brace – I would really like someone to splice the main brace right now, it is hot as dickens in here

(laughing) – In here, you mean – It's like, the wig and the hat Okay – Don't give up! – No, I'm not giving up, it's just hot – It really completed the look

(laughing) – I'm fine I'm fine I'm still a pirate Argh – They're both drinking-related

Okay, let's keep going – Now, run a rig – Run a rig? – Run a rig – Now again, this is a sailing term – I think this is when you, a drinking binge

I'm just gonna go with something– – No no, I think it's just a quick lap around the deck For aerobic exercise – Would you like me to use it in a sentence? – Please, yes – Let's go run a rig on those guys over there – Oh

– Play a joke – That is correct – Oh! (claps) – It is– – Okay – To play a joke or trick on someone – Ah

– Run a rig – Run a rig – Run a rig – Yeah – Take a caulk

– Take a caulk? – Caulk? Like a caulking gun? – Well, it's spelled C-A-U-L-K – Yeah, like a gun – Take a caulk – That you make, you fill gaps around sinks with – I mean, I've got a couple of ideas

– Take a caulk – I'm not personally interested – You don't want to take a caulk? (laughing) – No – To give you a hint, you take a caulk when you're really tired – A little nappie! – That is– what's your guess? – Fill in gaps around the sink

– It is a little nappie That is correct! You take a caulk right on the ship in the middle of the day, alright? – Caulk I think you're like, laying in a gap – Crack Jenny's teacup – Whoa

(laughing) (clears throat) Uh, wow, okay – Well what is a teacup – Who's Jenny? (laughing) – That's a better question – Could be anyone – If you crack Jenny's teacup– – Teacup

– I think that's– – Don't, no It's not what you think it is – I'm not thinking it is– – It might be (laughing) – Is it pirate for making love? – In a way – Uh

– Making love for the first time? (laughing) – I don't even wanna guess – To spend the night in a house of ill repute – Oh – Oh, okay Prostitution

– Yes – Crack Jenny's teacup – You could be making love, sometimes people just want company It's not that weird (laughing) They just, it's good to talk to someone sometimes

– Right, right– – Especially in this pirate life It's so lonely – How did Jenny get thrown into that? That's what I wanna know – And I feel bad for Jenny's brother – Yeah

– Gangplank (laughing) – Gang, is that a verb? – It is a noun – Okay, good Gangplank – Gangplank

– Gangplank – It's just a freaking wide plank, man Multiple people can walk at once, at a stride – No – No? – Uh– – Uh– – Argh! (all grunting in unison) GHX

(laughing) – I have no idea It's a wide plank that a lot of people can get on– – That is correct, a removable ramp between the pier and the ship – Yeah, the ramp – Yes– – Oh – You had it right

– It's a boat ramp – There's one on the back of a moving truck, too – All cruise ships have them – Yes Dungbie

– Dung bee? – Dungbie – Is it D-U-N-G, B-E? – D-U-N-G-B-I-E – Oh, dungbie – B-I-E Use it in a sentence

– I'm not, uh, let me see Over there's the dungbie (laughing) – Definition, please – That's a toilet It's just a toilet

– No– – Just because it's over there? – You don't wanna be near it – You are on that end of the ship when you should be on the dungbie – The right end of the ship – The rear end of the ship The rear

– Okay – Oh, the dungbie The dungbie – Like dung – Yeah

– 'Cause of the doo-doo Alright – Right, right, right – Cacklefruit – Cacklefruit

– Yes – Is that plural? – It is a noun and a phrase But it can be plural, yes – Cacklefruits – There are many fruits

– Use that in a sentence – I'm gonna go eat some cacklefruit – So it is a food – Yes – Um, it's fruit– – That's not a fruit

It's a fruit that's not a fruit – If it makes you laugh, it makes you cackle, it's– – It's fermented fruit – Yeah, it's a rum pocket – It is– – Like a hot pocket with rum in it – Wrong, it's hens' eggs

– Oh, cacklefruit! – We call them cacklefruit on the seven seas – Yeah, okay, yeah – Yes Still a pirate character Spanker! – Okay

– Spanker – Spanker – Spank, er? One word – Spanker – Spanker, one word

– Spanker, one word – A spanker – It's a noun – It's a noun – Use that in a sentence

– Uh, let me read the definition first Mhmm Oh over there's the spanker! (laughing) – Okay, so this is a– – I would never last in a spelling bee – Alright, so this is– – I love the context, it's so helpful – This is the, the solar heated shower that's installed on every pirate ship

– Close – Spanker– – It spanks you! On the face and the shoulders With water! – I think it's a whip – It is neither It is the sail on the mast closest to the stern of a square-rigged ship

– Oh, that's fun – And if you walk past it, it'll spank you – It'll spank you right on the tuckus – Right – I'm a Jewish pirate

(laughing) Me and Dustin Hoffman – Hooray! Yeah, right! – Yeah, it can be done – It can be – You've gone through your stack – Yes

– Now walk the plank! – Am I fired? Is that– – No I'm just, I couldn't think of any Let's swash a buckle together – Let's change our buckles – [Rhett] Mythical wrist bands in assorted colors now available at mythicalcom

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