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vice admiral of the narrow seas


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  • I thought I had found an addition to one of chained_bear's nautical lists, but this actually refers to a drunken man that pisses under the table into his companions' shoes.

    Actually, this could still make one of c_b's lists.

    November 10, 2007

  • I just can't resist these ridiculously long phrases.

    November 10, 2007

  • Hahaha! Excellent!

    November 11, 2007


    Actually, that's really clever. I might find a place for it... Hmm...

    November 11, 2007

  • "So to the Salutacion tavern, where Mr. Alcock and many of the town came and entertained us with wine and oysters and other things, and hither come Sir John Minnes to us, who is come to-day to see “the Henery,” in which he intends to ride as Vice-Admiral in the narrow seas all this summer."

    - Pepys, 10th of April 1661

    April 11, 2014