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By sloshing the wooden deck with seawater, they were preventing wood-destroying fungi from growing on it. Just as important, wooden planks had to be kept wet — the boards, when dry, were not only prone to catching fire but would shrink, creating gaps between the boards that would expose cargo Top George Washington drink Too cool for British rule shirt stored below decks to the elements. “Swabs” also was a mildly insulting term for sailors. The first published reference to Davy Jones’s Locker — as in, where drowned sailors and sunken ships reside, at the bottom of the sea — dates to 1726.
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Daniel Defoe, the author of Robinson Crusoe, wrote in a later novel of sailors being warned they’d wind up in Davy Jones’s Locker. A 1751 novel describes Davy Jones as a sort of undersea demon king who causes disaster for ships. Others said that Davy Jones was a Top George Washington drink Too cool for British rule shirt real-life pirate. When did we all get together and just decide to stop giving kids incredible names? It’s a lost art if I wind up being a father, the first and middle names Gunner & McGunnigle are already written down. Aye! It is a good list, but where be the swashbuckling slugger Edwin Encarnacion? He swings and slugs and sashays his way into our landlubbing hearts with his trusty parrot at his side!