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Description

How I Became A Pirate

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (North American)

Voice Age

Child (5-12)

Accents

British, US General American (GenAm)

Transcript

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pirates have green teeth when they have any teeth at all. I know about pirates because one day when I was at the beach building a sandcastle and minding my own business, a pirate ship sailed into view. I knew what it was because its flag had a skull and crossbones on it and because I could hear the pirates singing, Hey ho blow the man down. They were a little off key. I tried to tell dad but he was busy setting up the beach umbrella. I tried to tell mom, but she was busy slathering my baby sister with sunblock. So I went back to my sandcastle but I kept an eye on the pirates. By then they were rowing to shore. When they landed, the head pirate climbed out of the boat and yelled, ahoy! There, matey, be this the spanish main. No, I said this is North beach, shiver me timbers. The pirates said we must have taken the wrong turn at bora bora. He walked around my sandcastle, he looked at the moat, then yelled back to his crew. He's a digger he is, And a good 1 to boot, And a good 1 to Boot. The others agreed. What be your name, matey? The head pirate asked Jeremy, Jacob, sir, I told him you're coming with us, braid beard told me I didn't think Mom and dad would mind as long as I got back in time for soccer practice the next day