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A pirate saying?

Discussion in 'The Burning Brig' started by Fluen, Jul 30, 2017.

  1. Fluen

    Fluen Sailor Apprentice

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    I'm currently playing Tropico 2 - Pirate Cove. The creators of the game have included funny things in the thoughts of both pirates, wealthy hostages and slave workers.

    Some pirates wonder, why the currency is named pieces of eight, not nine or ten.

    Other pirates get it wrong, it's arrr, not arrgh.

    And some of the pirates wonder: "Ahoy me Chippies! Hmm. That gives me an idea."

    I suspect the above quote refers to some pirate saying. Is anyone able to figure out, what that quote refers to?
     
  2. MrMundy

    MrMundy Powder Monkey

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    I remember them saying something very similar to that stuff in Tropico 1; just without the pirate-ness. They also used "Chippie" and such very often in Monkey Island, so that might be it.
     

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