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6 Absurd Pirate Myths Everyone Believes (Thanks to Movies) | Cracked.com.
Close your eyes and imagine a pirate. Was he wearing an eye patch, burying some gold and overusing the letter "r"? If so, we're here to tell you that the image of pirates that Hollywood has taught you isn't just wrong -- in most cases, the truth was even more badass.
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Absurd Pirate Myths Everyone Believes (Thanks to Movies)
#6. Pirates Talked Like ... Well, Pirates
The Myth: Quick -- do a pirate voice. We don't care if you can't imitate any other accent in the world, if we ask you (or anyone else on earth) to talk like a pirate, you'll go, "ARRRR, MATEY!"
Getty You can tell he's making the "ey" noise right now.This is thanks to decades of cartoons and movies where everyone playing a pirate was legally obligated to litter their speech with "arrs" and the like while assuming the intonation of a rowdy drunken Englishman. Unless your name is Johnny Depp, that is; then you're obligated to assume the intonation of Johnny Depp in every Johnny Depp movie ever. Read the rest of this entry »