Tag Archives: pirates

50 Shades of (sexy) Pirates

Happy International Talk-Like-A-Pirate Day! Woohoo! I mean, uhh, aaaargh argh argh argh me booty n’ ye swab wit’ me gob in the gonk. I don’t know. But I do know that in honor of International Talk-Like-A-Pirate Day, I’ve written an article for Quirk Books on my Top 10 Fictional Pirates of all time.

I also know that EL James, author of the bestselling and highly controversial 50 Shades book series, retweeted my article. So if her follow up novel is a Momerotica Pirate epic — well, now you know who to blame.

“AARGH (Our) Top 10 Favorite Pirates” at Quirk Books

Haiku Beer Review: The Third!

Continuing in my established tradition from the Mass Brewer’s Fest and last year’s Winter Beer Jubilee, I present for you the latest installment of Haiku Beer Review, compiled at the 2012 Winter Beer Summit. I make tasting notes into my phone as the night goes on, so that I can turn them into haikus when I get home (and eventually sober up). I know, I know, I’m a genius, it’s true. Anyway, enjoy!

(Also, thanks to Dig Boston for the free tickets and for putting up with my whining. #thomdunnwantsbeer)

“Haiku Beer Review #3: Winter Beer Summit 2012” on FiveByFiveHundred.com