Piracy has health issues, but Talking Like a Pirate is risk free
Forget the glamor; piracy has a whole boatload of health risks. Pirates get hung out to dry, lead poisoning from being shot, or trash their computers from downloading a cleverly disguised batch of malware.
International Talk Like a Pirate Day was designed to remedy the modern blues, creating a day (today, September 19) when people can talk or dress like a historical pirate in a safer, more modern environment. Just add an ‘Arrrggghhh’, ‘Ahoy’, and an erudite ‘Whar be me rum!?’ to the daily vocabulary.
At AVAST Software, we have an even easier solution. Add Pirate English to your avast! antivirus.
You have two simple options: Pirate audio or the Pirate GUI (with the audio).
Since its launch last year, Pirate English has been quiet hit for those in the know. With very little PR, there are now more people using Pirate English on their computers than some of the official AVAST language packs.It certainly is much easier than transforming the kitchen mop into a set of Captain Jack Sparrow dreadlocks.
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