It is important to have a comfy chair, as after a long day one might wanna sprawl somewhere like in a magazine shoot. No? Just him? Oh well. (He’s pretending to be doing it casually. Ladies.)
There’s also the questions regarding the thing that won’t be mentioned here… but does anyone remember when exactly in appeared onboard, insisting that it’s a parrot- and the captain was okay with that (Or is it because owning weird creatures is a good start if you wanna be the very best, like no one ever was)? And how can it speak so many languages?…
It’s worth noting that on the sketch he was fully clothed. But removing his shirt somehow improved it. Go figure.
And everything takes place in a Baroque-styled voidship.
adam is the first mate on gansey’s fancy trade ship (which was given to him by his father to trade/make money etc. but gansey just wants to travel/explore with it)
adam ran away from home to escape his abusive dad and worked really hard to make his way up to first mate from deckhand or something
but he also feels like he’s a better seaman than gansey and is frustrated at the rather strict hierarchy and the fact that he’s never gonna rise further than this because it’s not like he can afford to get his own ship/ run his own trade company
he also doesn’t care all that much about the trade side of things but it’s the only way he sees to become rich/successful with his skill set; he also doesn’t like the regulations that the business/company/government put on the ship and him
ronan is the son of niall, a famed pirate commander
after his father died, declan and the fleet started to work with/for the government; ronan, angry at the betrayal of his father’s legacy, went rogue, stole a ship, and became captain of his own pirate ship
(other pirates w their cliche parrots or monkeys or w/e are like wtf is with this guy and his raven??)
blue is his quartermaster and noah is also on the ship but doesn’t have a position of command; kavinsky is captain of a rival ship
ronan loves the ocean and his ship but the adrenaline and rebellious streak and anger that caused him to steal the ship in the first place is wearing down and he’s getting tired of his lifestyle
ronan and his crew one day stops and boards gansey’s ship without a fight (gansey immediately asked for parlay and negotiations over fighting)
gansey is so curious and fascinated by the pirate lifestyle that the two crews actually become quick friends and they end up sort of sailing around together
adam spends more and more time on ronan’s ship and is so shocked and amazed at
the freedom/how much control one has over themselves that comes with being a pirate ship in terms of doing what you want when
the relative flexibility of the hierarchy since it’s basically based on skill not based on money/privilege
this other (i.e. illegal) form of success and riches he’d never been exposed to before
ronan lets adam spend more and more time on his ship, and let’s him take more and more control of the ship and falls in love with the wonder adam has for the ship and the sea and the confidence that comes from being in control of a ship and also in complete control of himself for the first time
adam ends up joining ronan’s crew and eventually takes over as captain because ronan just wants to lounge on the deck, in the sun, with his raven, and watch his love command like the captain he was meant to be. (blue joins gansey’s crew bc she just wants to explore the world too and if he has enough money to do that without stealing then why the heck not join in on that)
NEW episodes of Season 2 of Penn Zero: Part Time Hero premiere on MONDAYS TO THURSDAYS at 7.00AM on DIsney XD, starting with the Season 2 premiere “The Pirates, the Parrot, the Puzzles and the Talking Boat” on Monday, July 10th, and ending with the SERIES FINALE “At the End of the Worlds” on FRIDAY, July 28th.
New episodes air firstly at 7.00AM (when ratings are counted), and rerun at 11.00AM, 5.00PM and 8.30PM.
Monday, July 10th 7:00 am “The Pirates, the Parrot, the Puzzles and the Talking Boats” (Season Premiere) Tuesday, July 11th 7:00 am “Alpha, Bravo, Unicorn; A Game of Cat and Mouse” Wednesday, July 12th 7:00 am “Wings of Destiny; Sensitive Training” Thursday, July 13th 7:00 am “The Bewildering Bout of the Astounding Automatons; Back to the Past of Future Balls” Monday, July 17th 7:00 am “A Tale of Two Wizards; Rockullan, Papyron, Scissorian” Tuesday, July 18th 7:00 am “Be My Ghost; The Chinchilla” Wednesday, July 19th 7:00 am “The Kobayashis; Cereal Fugitives” Thursday, July 20th 7:00 am “The Last Mountain Beast” Monday, July 24th 7:00 am “Ninki Ninja Fight Town; My Mischevious Son” Tuesday, July 25th 7:00 am “That Purple Guy; Rootilda” Wednesday, July 26th 7:00 am “The Most Dangerous World Imaginable; Trading Faces” Thursday, July 27th 7:00 am “13 Big Problems; Mr. Rippen” Friday, July 28th 7:00 am “At the End of the Worlds” (Series Finale)
Words:1250 A/N: So.. i never had any kind of romantic relationship, i don’t know how to flirt. I don’t know anything. So please bear with me for trying hahah, i had to look most of it up online… really hope you like it. xx
You sat at the steps of the stairway in the center of the institute,
looking at your twin brother and your little sister, talking with Jace. You have
just come home from a mission, and the demons your fought off stabbed you with
its venomous tail. So you were currently healing while the others began to plan
the next one. You just kept looking at the boy with the golden hair.
Pretend you’ve never met, then loudly try out lame pickup lines in a swanky bar. Act like they worked.
Go on a walking journey and every fifteen feet draw a chalk arrow in the direction you’re going. At the end of the trip, leave a big pile of chalk.
Create photo evidence suggesting that you went on an adventure that didn’t really happen
Go for a drive. You can only make right-hand turns. When you finally get stuck, turn around and then you can only make left-hand turns. Repeat until you find something interesting. Take pictures along the way!
Build forts out of furniture and blankets, and wage war with paper airplanes.
Go to a major chain bookstore, and leave notes to future readers in copies of your favorite books
Write a piece of fiction together. Outside at a cafe. Ask strangers when you get stuck.
Try and visit as many people as you can in one night, and turn as many things inside their apartment upside down as you can, without them noticing.
Do the lamest tourist thing in your area that you have both secretly wanted to do forever. Have an unabashed good time!
Hide and seek in the park
Go around the city with sidewalk chalk and draw hearts with equations inside on random things
Drive somewhere unknown and have dinner in a city you’ve never been to. With fake names.
Go for a drive with the passenger blindfolded, choosing directions at random. see where you end up
Dress up as pirates, commandeer shopping carts, and have a war upon the high seas.. er, parking lot.
Go on a search for as many good climbing trees as possible, climb as high as you both can in all of them, compile photo evidence
Rent a movie you’ve never seen before. Set on mute and improvise dialogue.
Dress up as pirates and go parrot shopping at local pet stores
Go to the airport, get the cheapest, soonest departing flight to anywhere when you show up, and stay there for a weekend.
Walk around a city and perform short silent plays in front of security cameras
In the middle of the night, drive to the beach, so you arrive just as the sun is rising. Have a breakfast picnic, then fall asleep together. Bring a sun umbrella.
Yes, pirates did lose limbs in battle, mutiny on occasion and get shitfaced a lot, but Stevenson was the first to combine those elements into one package, creating the popular image of pirates.
But what about the “arr” voice? That actually comes from the West Country accent from the southwestern portion of England. In the 1950 Disney adaptation of Treasure Island, Robert Newton played a pirate from the West Country and overdid it a little with the accent, throwing “arr” into every other sentence. Two years later Newton used the same accent in Blackbeard the Pirate, and the stereotype was cast.
To put this in perspective, if Newton played a pirate from Boston, we’d all be imagining pirates shouting “wicked pissah” as they boarded enemy ships.
So what did pirates actually sound like? In reality, there never was one “pirate accent” at all, mainly because that makes no damn sense.