shiver me timbers!


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  1. Barbie Pomales says:

    Horrible pic there’s so many better ones out there

  2. sharon s. says:

    :may24 Ahhh…No. lol!

    • Heidi says:

      :may23 You don’t like pirates? You don’t like *this* pirate? Or you just don’t like a HUNK with his clothes on?

      I know, I know…naked is usually the way we roll here in The Dungeon, but sexy & clothed is okay sometimes, too. It gives you the opportunity to imagine UNdressing him. :may21

  3. Ruth C. says:

    I understand what Barbie and Sharon are saying. The picture does nothing for me even though he is cute. I think it’s the dumb expression on his face. :may8

    • Heidi says:

      It’s not a dumb expression! It’s his well-satisfied expression…the one that says, “Are you going to strip out of that corset, my dear, or do I have to do it for you?” :may25

  4. Laura J. says:

    Girls, Girls, DIBS, Girls. That’s a look of satisfaction on his face. A look of a well pleased man. :may5 And just so you know….he looked even better before I took this picture. :mat27

  5. Dee says:

    Yes, please in a minute. 😀

    His expression is open to debate and very easy to make a story out of. (I think I did that once on FB with a pic of a guy holding a puppy and my friend who I told it to laughed)

    I don’t know if Laura was implying dibs, but if not… dibs.

    • Laura J. says:

      I ALWAYS imply DIBS. It should just be assumed that DIBS is either implied by me or I’m implying it psychic-ly. So in other words every Wednesday (with the exception of Mistress Heidi trying to be sneaky and put a Sexy Fail Saturday in it’s place–yes Mistress Heidi I know most of your tricks or at least I’m learning to be prepared and cover myself–preferable with Capt Hook up there-for you to throw some kind of wrench into my play of calling Dibs) is should be known that I’m either calling, thinking, dreaming, or any other form where DIBS is relevant to the hunky Wednesday Hunk.

  6. Mary Kirkland says:

    Hey, if some of the ladies don’t like him that’s fine. More for us *me*.


    I never liked pirates until I saw him.

    I used to think pirates were flea ridden, nasty smelling old bearded toothless idiots. Clearly I am mistaken.

    • Heidi says:

      Hear-hear! :smile13

      And clearly you’ve never read some super-sexy pirate romances, like Johanna Lindsey’s “Gentle Rogue,” Catherine Hart’s “Ashes & Ecstasy” (I think), Karen Robard’s “Seafire”…

      Oh, gosh, I’m getting all hot & bothered just thinking about them. :smile26

  7. Terri Brisbin says:

    Ah….My Mr. Tall, Dark and Irish!!! Notice the MY part??! Keep your scurvy hands off him, Talk Like a Pirate Day or not!

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