In this episode of The Curse of the Black Pearl minute 44, we finger point Will turner’s blatant use of stereotypes – not even politically correct for the 18th century, pick out a few choice insults from the 1788 book The Vulgar Tongue, try to come up with and fail at pirate social media, watch Will become offended for being called pirate, dive into Will’s family history, and discuss Captain Jack Sparrow’s mind begin to formulate the long con. Join us for this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute.
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