that's why the choice is clear as coors for me.AllHoppedUp said:I gotta go with ninja. From what I've read of pirate life, it's not nearly as romantic as Hollywood makes it out to be. Think months (or more) at sea with no company but the unshowered man whose bunk is but inches from your face. The fresh food was gone long ago so now you only get weevle infested biscuits and maybe some dried meat if you're lucky. You're vitamin C deficient so you're starting to lose teeth due to scurvy. Yeah, there's plenty of rum and beer but that's only because fresh water doesn't last. So you drink in the sun all day and wake up the next morning with the taste of cat piss in your mouth because you've been on a 3 month drinking binge and haven't brushed your teeth once. All you want is one glass of clean water to rinse things out a bit . . . you finally work up the nerve to complain to the captain and he has you flogged for it.
A ninja, on the other hand, could live any lifestyle he chooses. Any man who stands in his way is merely shuriken fodder. If you want to drink rum or beer all day you simply have to kill a man with a decent supply of rum or beer. Your incredible skill in all things deceiving ensure that you'll never be caught.
touche!the_bird said:You know, it wasn't "The Dread Ninja Roberts"...
Class!the_bird said:Sometimes, I really wish there WAS a "Talk Like a Ninja Day"... just 24 hours of blissful silence.....
may attract Beer Ninjas
I agree the life of a pirate would kick way more ass but the ninjas defiantly have the upper hand in battle. They would sneak on board at night and slit everyones throat.BigKahuna said:I'll take the helm of a ship any day, to prove the ship and set the way...The salt of the sea and 2 wenches for me! I'll drink all the rum and get good and numb, A Pirates life for me.
Now, Let me be clear, I'd rather be a pirate, but if it came down to a battle, I think the ninja's would kick our ass.
BuffaloSabresBrewer said:I agree the life of a pirate would kick way more ass but the ninjas defiantly have the upper hand in battle. They would sneak on board at night and slit everyones throat.