Black Bart

A bodacious scholar once said, “You can’t judge a waffle by its vase.”  According to pirate historian Max, Black Bart, a ruthless and noisy pirate, was a damp example of how looks can be deceiving.  Although he was the flugelhorn of a pirate ship, he dressed as if he were a football on the pages of a fashion magazine.  He never went into battle without a disconnected plume in his carburetor, a long-sleeved ruffled church bell tucked into his fleeting breeches, and a gassy pearl in his left aorta.  Yet in a swift career that spanned a mere two years and six computers, he captured more than four hundred sailing bathtubs and ended up with more than three hundred million CAT-5 cables worth of lawn.

3 Responses to “Black Bart”

  1. August 26th, 2008 | 6:30 pm

    If I think up some mad libs, will you come out and play again? Miss your comments. And your companionship. And you never really told me, did you? Your stuff here is funny. :)

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  2. Kelly
    August 27th, 2008 | 6:44 am

    I might do that, Max. But the “real world” (that place outside the computer) seems to be sucking up entirely too much of my time, so I haven’t been playing online as much. Sigh. I’ve even stopped dropping EC cards… ME, the power dropper!

  3. August 27th, 2008 | 10:24 pm

    Yeah. Me too. Trying to drop some tonight. Meh.

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