Monday, September 07, 2009

Spechul Shark Alert

Harrrrrrrrr Mateys

Yer Cap'n turn on Fox News after lunch Harrrrr. They showed that 5 beaches off the coast of Cape Cod, Mass-a-chew-sits are closed Harrrrrrr. Why ye mateys ask Harrrrr. There be been 5 confirmed sighting of some huge Great White Sharks Harrrrrrr!!!!!!!! These be man (and dog) eaters mateys. One be seen within 17 feet of the shore. That be closer than the stern to bow of the Good Ship Mavericks Run, Mateys.

So watch out Mateys, I think ye will need a bigger boat if ye are going in the water Harrrrrrr. Roy Scheider where are you when we need you Harrrrrr.

Cap'n Maverick the Pirate


The Army of Four said...

Wowzers. I wonder if there are Great Whites in the Kansas Ocean!!? I better be careful near the shoreline!
Play bows,

Dexter said...

Ruh roh. Good thing we don't live near the beach. Stupid pee-wee would go in for sure just like that black lab in jaws, Pippet.


The Thundering Herd said...

Ok, the A04 might be further from the ocean than us, but we are feeling pretty safe up here at the moment! Give us the bears and keep the sharks!

the magic sleigh said...

Wooos Matey! We be on our ship this weekend, and did not see any in Florida, hopefully they will stay up north!
-Kira The BeaWootiful

Lorenza said...

Kisses and hugs

Jack & Moo said...

Woos, that be but a short distance away from our coastline! We'll be extra careful, should we end find ourselves on the beaches soon....

Wooos & a-roos,
Star of the Seven Seas and
Black Jack a-roo

The Oceanside Animals said...

Seems to me the sharks must have heard that Roy Scheider and Robert Shaw have passed away, and they aren't partcularly scared of Richard Dreyfuss.

Bae Bae said...

Eeeks.. I wonder if they eat hammies too

~ Bae

Khady Lynn said...

That is NOT good!

But, the movie IS!! That is mom's second favorite movie (after the original Star Wars). She has all the dialogue memorized in it too!


Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

Do you know what kind of sharks they were? You've taught us so much that if we knew the kind of shark, we'd know the danger level.