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  • n. Plural form of hearty.


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  • Fair winds, me hearties! posted by Dr. Dawg at 10: 43 AM

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Barmy British eccentricity rules the waves once again this Saturday as 16 straining, muscled hearties heave, two tiny coxswains fret and shout and, tradition assures us, Cockney urchins bedecked in blue scuffle alongside on the towpath scragging each other and hollering "C'mon Horx-ferd!" or "C'mon Cym-breege!"

    Boat Race still takes British sport's venerable cream cracker | Frank Keating

  • Me hearties, terday be both Talk Like a Pirate Day 'n' Rosh Hashanah, arrh, 'n' so Cap'n Fausto wishes all his mateys who be kinfolk ter ol 'Cap'n Jonah that King Neptune hisself'll grant 'em fair winds' n 'seas, arrh,' n'll carve their initials in th 'gun'l's o' his divine galleon, 'n'll seal 'em up with pitch' n 'tar enough ter last another whole turn o' th 'seasons, by Blackbeard's bloody boots, arrh.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • It's good for eye, skin and hair health, treating ulcers and preventing colds and flu, so drink up me hearties!

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • It boggles me noggin that I forgot to tell ye, me hearties - the fine anthology Rum and Runestones is available for yer perusal!

    madkestrel: Today in 1965, the FBI Laboratory in Was

  • Green, who a contemporary remembers as an earnest sort of chap, was invited to a black-tie dinner at Magdalen and polished his shoes accordingly, but after dinner - and, sadly, history does not record the reason for this - Green found himself picked up in a display of high spirits and deposited in the Cherwell by a group of Magdalen hearties, including Dominic Grieve.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • I imagined that certain dependent people served as pets for big patronizing hearties like Buddy, who liked them for their wildness as well as their domestication.


  • We'll make classical-liberals of them yet me hearties!

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • The US Navy surrounds them, and they try calling other pirates for help, but of course no one comes, because, me hearties, THEY'RE PIRATES.

    Will Durst: Arrgh Diplomacy

  • Drawing his sword against Basil Rathbone on a Caribbean beach, or leaping from his pirate ship to an enemy vessel, shouting "All right my hearties, follow me" — well, I was ready to follow him anywhere.

    Me, Watching


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