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the first one was terrible

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Bloke meets an old salt down by the docks. Notices the salt has a hook , a pegleg and an eye patch.
"So, how did you end up with the peg-leg?"
"We were in a storm at sea, and I was swept overboard, a shark bit my leg off."
"What about your hook"?
"Lost my hand in a sword fight"
"Andthe eye patch"?
"A seagull dropping fell into my eye,"
"You lost your eye to a seagull dropping?,"
"Well," said the pirate, "it was my first day with my hook"
But Andrew the second one is a cracker - I had not heard it before


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A pirate walks into a bar. The bartender notices that the pirate has the ship's wheel stuffed down the front of his pants. he asks the pirate, "Did you know you have a wheel stuffed in your pants?"
The pirate replies, "Arr, it's drivin' me nuts."
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