The Brown Plaid Spinach was "only" a cover band, but most of their covers put the originals to shame. Marty Edgers' worm-eaten Gretsch had something to do with it, haunted by the g chords of rockers past. Drummer Nikki Styx whispered to bassist Cam Callus, "I think Marty's let Brown Plaid Spinach's success get to him. He's adding solos to every cover, even to our cover of Wipe Out." Cam Callus looked at Nikki Styx with genuine disgust. Nikki had just been outed. Apparently, Nikki's drum solos were "stick" synced. The album was recorded in three days. It was done in Nikki Styx's basement. They had their own label to release it on, at their website. It was on I tunes as well. The pirates were a problem, of course, but when were parrot-carrying eyepatch-bearing individuals of questionable morals not an issue? The music industry was not weak, and Nikki's Armada was bound to find their way to the right shores that needed invading, someday. But even with all that, the pirates could also be part of the solution. "Just keep telling him that his wooden eye is the mightiest orb of any in the seven seas," Smee advised me. But I could no sooner speak to the fearsome pirate when suddenly there came a dreadful howling from my rear end. "Oh dear, we shouldn't have had beans for breakfast" cried Smee from behind the binnacle. The fearsome pirate rolled his wooden eye. "Avast! Who's breaking wind?" "Blimmy if the main sail isn't catching a nethersulphyric zephyr! We'll escape these doldrums yet" Hook twirled his mustache. Smee quietly retired to the poopdeck & let his gaseous expulsions propel the ship, unbeknownst to Captain Hook, who attributed the noxious odor in the air to their passage through the Horse-shit Latitudes.

 

Comments

1 TarotGuy's photo

Folded and finished in five-and-a -half years! Once again, a late case of flatulence blows in and comes to the rescue!

2 Woab's photo

We’re cookin’ with gas now, baybay!!!!

3 dimplesample's photo

I call shenanigans. Almost 6 years on the seven seas and not one case of scurvy? I think not.

4 Woab's photo

The scurvy was likely misdiagnosed, as the bleeding of gums was attributed by the foul vapors.

5 SlimWhitman's photo

I’m pretty sure we’re violating Newton’s Laws here, but what the hey, anything to bring the story into harbor.

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