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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Fregate Marseille



Tensions in the Caribbean have been high since the arrival of a new British warship and not wanting his interests to run afoul Louis the XIV has dispatched the Fregate Marseille (Frigate Marseilles EN.) to appease his edgy local governors. The ship has made birth at Fort-Nicanville (pronounced: Fornication-vil in FR.) not to duel with the British ship-of-the-line but rather to drive away the influx of scalawags that are no longer welcome in the English King's waters. The Frigate Marseilles a 26 gun, fully rigged warship has not entered the Caribbean without the notice of the other colonial settlements. More than a few times the captain's unintentionally engaged English speaking merchants by simply hailing for news.
"They came up right next to us like they were want'n to trade and parley. Then her captain shouted "Ahoy! Fregate Marseille to English Vessel." They never loosed a shot but after we heard they gave no quarter our captain ran like hell....."










4 comments:

  1. Precision: 'Fort-Nicanville' is pronounced: "Fornic-anvil" in FR (phonetically = "Shags in town / fucks downtown".

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  2. If Abdul666 had offered French language lessons here in the States I would have opted out of Spanish. He is my trusted Minister de' Double Entendre. Thanks again.

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  3. That is SOOO impressive.. Love it!

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  4. She's really a BEAUTY!
    Did you find a pair of Cupids for the figurehead of a possible additional French ship? Could be a brigantine or cutter (male names)

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