Welcome to the one and only, official, accept-no-substitutes International Talk Like A Pirate Day Web site.
Ever since Dave Barry mentioned us in his nationally syndicated newspaper column in 2002, what once was a goofy idea celebrated by a handful of friends has turned into an international phenomenon that shows no sign of letting up. Whether you be new to the notion, or one of the millions who've made it your own personal excuse to party like pirates every September 19th, welcome! Stick around, check out our social media sites, an' learn all about September 19 - International Talk Like A Pirate Day!
Another International Talk Like A Pirate Day has rolled 'round the globe ... and lots o' folks parrrrrtied straight through the weekend and beyond.
The Googly Map o' Pirate Fun
The new GoogleMaps interface isn't displaying our cool X-marks-the-spot icons in our custom map, but ye can still see links to the parrrrties, fund-raisers, pub crawls, and other fun people around the world had on TLAPD 2014 - or at least the ones ye've told us about. Want yours added? Send brief details - including a geographic location - to the Webwench. Online events, promotions, broadcasts, media mentions, and other festivities that lack a physical location can be seen here. Have trouble viewin' the map? Try clearin' yer browser cache. Otherwise, ye can see the whole thing - only without the nice treasure map interface - on Google Maps.
Thanks and a tip of our pirate hats to Sean Hasselback for the arrrrsome custom pirate version of our GoogleMapThing.
News from Team Pirate
The Chumbuckets are rampagin in N'Awlins; Cap'n Slappy and his pal, the Webwench, celebrated the Big Day in Oregon ...
Check out the OfficialWench's videos on the official Talk Like A Pirate Day YouTube channel: How to Dress Like A Pirate (On the Cheap!) might be useful at this time o' year!!
Team Pirate has ports o'call on:
You'll still find the best, most complete news about Talk Like A Pirate Day right here on our Web site, including:
Talk Like A Pirate Day is an original
concept created in a moment of temporary insanity by John Baur and Mark