Did you mayhaps mean elegy?
- n. a prosthesis that replaces a missing leg
“(For those wondering: Captian Jack, John Gristleback, Horus Greenbeard, and Tom "pegleg" Waits).”
“Reminds me of the one about the Pirate explaining how he got the pegleg, the hook, and the eye patch.”
“Not to worry, he amputated his own leg at the knee, fashioned a pegleg for himself, and in a subsequent bar brawl with four men, took off the pegleg and killed two of the men with the wooden leg.”
“The census workers are not required to give you any of the things you think you can demand of them, pegleg.”
“And his pegleg got woodworm and broke into three.”
“It's still not a great analogy, though, it's just less bad; call it what it is, the pegleg parrot scimitar burning sails imagery isn't helping.”
“If you watch it carefully, you'll note that there's one scene where Pete's pegleg shifts from one leg to the other!”
“And publishing under 3 names probably doesn't help. pegleg”
“Tight black denim jacket, pegleg jeans with the cuffs rolled up, black sock, Converse hightops.”
“One eloquent figure of a naked man with a crutch, one leg gone below the knee and replaced by a wooden pegleg, is made from rough dark cloth, the seams crudely stitched, but with genitals large and proud.”
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Arrrrrrrgh. September 19th is International Talk Like a Pirate Day, mateys.
Keeping it close to home. These are words to do with my life and my relatives, living, dead or legendary.
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