“When you had left our pirate fold.”

From Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance, of course.  You’ll figure out why I picked this one, I’m sure.

1 Comment

  • Prayerborne says:

    One of Isaac Asimov’s short mystery stories revolves around solving the puzzle: in what year is _Pirates_ set? Did Gilbert and Sullivan account for 1900 not being a leap year when stating that Frederick wouldn’t reach his 21st birthday until 1940? Fun puzzle, with an interesting solution.

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