Celebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day with Us!

We love to celebrate. April Fools’ Day (April 1), Take Your Webmaster to Lunch Day (July 6), and No Interruptions Day (December 31) never pass uncelebrated in the Transifex office. We also observe Wear Brown Shoes Day (December 4), though not always consciously; and we celebrate our favorite holiday, Napping Day (March 11), all year round.

Naturally, we are gearing up for International Talk Like a Pirate Day on September 19, and we sure hope that you are too.

Talk Like a Pirate Day

Founded in 1995 by two friends in Albany, Oregon, International Talk Like a Pirate Day started, as many good things do, with a sports injury. During a racquetball game, one of the scurvy pair erupted in a hearty pirate “Aaaaarrr!” Just like that, an important holiday was born. Now we all have a day to break out our eye patch, use neglected words like “avast”, and drink a little more rum than usual.

If you’re looking for a way to lighten the mood, send a #talklikeapirate tweet or two. To really to get in the spirit, do some coding with your hook hand, and, if you dare, translate your website to Pirate English.

To make sure that you can celebrate this important holiday the way it deserves, we support translation to Pirate English (en@pirate). Equally important, though less seasonal, we also support LOLCAT English (en@lolcat). To see the whole list of locales that we support visit Transfiex.com/Lanuages.

Happy Talk Like a Pirate Day, mateys!

*Just kidding about pillaging your booty. We promise we won’t.

 

 

Translated fer all th’ pirates out thar:

We lust to celebrate. April Fools’ Day (April 1), Take ye Webmaster to midday meal Day (July 6), ‘n No Interruptions Day (December 31) never pass uncelebrated in th’ Transifex office. We also observe Wear Brown Shoes Day (December 4), though not always consciously; ‘n we celebrate our favorite shore leave, Nappin’ Day (March 11), all year round.

Naturally, we be gearin’ up fer International Speak Like a Pirate Day on SeptembARrrrr 19, ‘n we sure woe that ye be too.

Founded in 1995 by a pair buckos in Albany, Oregon, International Speak Like a Pirate Day started, as many jolly thin’s do, wit’ a sports injury. Durin’ a racquetball battle, one ‘o th’ scurvy pair erupted in a hearty scurvy pirate “Aaaaarrr!” Just like that, an important shore leave was born. Now we all have a day to break out our tattered eye patch, use neglected words like “avast”, ‘n drink a wee more spiced rum than usual.

If ye’re lookin’ fer a way to lighten th’ mood, send a #talklikeapirate squawk (tweet) or a pair. To really to get in th’ devil’s henchman, do some codin’ wit’ ye rusted hook hand, ‘n, if ye dare, translate ye tavern to scurvy pirate English.

To make sure that ye can celebrate ‘tis important shore leave th’ way it deserves, we support translation to scurvy pirate English (en@pirate). Equally important, though less seasonal, we also support LOLCAT English (en@lolcat). To spy wit’ ye eye th’ whole list ‘o locales that we support visit Transfiex.com/Lanuages.

Happy Talk Like a Pirate Day, mateys!

*Just kiddin’ ‘bout pillagin’ ye lovely booty. We promise we won’t.

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