A happy birthday to the dread pirate Emma!
Today be the day where all gentlemen of fortune come forward and fly their colours in a vocabulatory way by brazen and unabashedly expatiating in a piratical manner
. Those of us who be slightly further of a piratical bent and not fettered by the chains of the navy, East India Company or any of those other organisations which force their crew to dress in certain ways, also be proclaiming our free status by dressin' in a manner that announces our piratical intent, or generally indulgin' in the great and noble pirate traditions such as quaffing (only trying top get the grog in our mouths), carousing (until the great pirate steely_glint
threatens to make us walk the plank), pillaging (at all times obeying the rules included in the box) and general merry making.
So those of ye who be sailin' up the Thames this e'en, steer your vessel towards ULU trading post
, which be near Malet Street (nearest port: Goodge Street), there to meet up with ye fellow pirates and celebrate into the night!