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Pirate Word of the Day -Filch

From the Dictionary of Nautical, University, Gypsy and Other Vulgar Tongues first published in 1859.

Filch: to steal, or purloin. Originally a cant word, derived from the… 74 more words

Slang From The 1700s

Giveaway: MW Coastal Goods

I’m excited for a very fun giveaway today — highlighting two of my personal obsessions: entertaining goods and nautical details! MW Coastal Goods is kindly giving away a lobster buoy bottle opener and coaster set to one lucky reader! 142 more words

Hamburglar chic : outfit post

The marinière tops, the Breton stripes, or anything nautical and striped I just adore. Although some people may argue that stripes have been done to death over the past few years, my love for them hasn’t waned in the slightest. 107 more words

Fashion

ROCK LOBSTER

Rock Lobster Dress
CLEARANCE-$18.00 (originally: $30.00)
Size: 4 Years
mariettemarket.com

Happy shopping!

Fashion

Venues, Venues, and More Venues

Finding the perfect venue doesn’t exist. There is always going to be something just a little off that you didn’t envision….DEAL WITH IT, at least that’s what my mom told me. 188 more words

Pirate Word of the Day - Figure-Head

From the Dictionary of Nautical, University, Gypsy and Other Vulgar Tongues first published in 1859.

Figure-Head: a person’s face. Sea term.

(The Figure-Head on a ship was the carving, typically a bust or a full-length figure, set at the prow. 21 more words

Slang From The 1700s

Summer loving ♥

So Summer hasn’t officially arrived, but with the way the weather’s been it might as well be! (I’ve achieved a tan line so as far as I’m concerned it’s here!). 156 more words

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