Arrrrrr…. What’s yer pirate name?!

My pirate name is:
Bloody Harry Rackham

You have the good fortune of having a good name, since Rackham (pronounced RACKem, not rack-ham) is one of the coolest sounding surnames for a pirate. Every pirate lives for something different. For some, it’s the open sea. For others (the masochists), it’s the food. For you, it’s definitely the fighting. Even through many pirates have a reputation for not being the brightest souls on earth, you defy the sterotypes. You’ve got taste and education. Arr!

Get your own pirate name from piratequiz.com.
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One thought on “Arrrrrr…. What’s yer pirate name?!

  1. took the test and lo and behold my pirates name is:

    Black Jenny Rackham

    Like anyone confronted with the harshness of robbery on the high seas, you can be pessimistic at times. You have the good fortune of having a good name, since Rackham (pronounced RACKem, not rack-ham) is one of the coolest sounding surnames for a pirate. Arr!

    Completing this little fun exercise got me thinking some on pirates, lady pirates to be exact. I poked around a bit and came across Anne Bonny who it appears lead a pretty interesting life alongside her “pirate lover” with whom she committed adultery against her husband then committed to a life of pillaging and plundering the waters of the Caribbean. She and her lover, John “Calico Jack” Rackham were captured but not without a fight which Anne reportedly more than held her own in. They were both sentenced to death; however it is thought that Anne may have been rescued by her Father a powerful British plantation owner. Arr!

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