Call me Molson. Some years ago- never mind how long precisely- having little or no money in my purse, and nothing particular to interest me on shore, I thought I would sail about a little and see the watery part of the world (H. Melville).
Captain Corey gave a safety briefing and taught us new boating lingo like which side was the pork and which was the starburst. We felt prepared for anything that might be in store for us.
Captain Corey, knowing he was the only one capable of getting us safely to shore decided to go incognito and turn the Captain duties over to me in case things went bad.
The only thing left to do was negotiate. I sat with their leader Captain Jack Sparrow.
They were unprepared for my next move. I unleashed a fury of nauseous gasses that lingered heavier than the wind. The pirates were stunned, quickly abandoned ship, and jumped overboard. Thus, saving the original captain and crew. We quietly sailed into port with all passengers and ship unharmed.
Upon returning to port, the crew celebrated my courage by letting me keep the Captain’s hat.
And Dr. Rabuffo, guess what? Ahoy, I sail, I’m a sailor, I sail! Isn’t this a breakthrough?!