Categories Actors Captain Jack Sparrow Fictional Character Johnny Depp Movies Series Pirates of the Carrebean Pirate’s Life Post author By theQuotes.me Post date October 5, 2017 No Comments on Pirate’s Life Pirates of the Carrebean – Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017) At the departure of Captain Hector Barbossa, Captain Jack Sparrow reminded, this is how it is it is … Pirate’s Life. #PiratesOfTheCarrebean Quote it:TwitterFacebookLinkedInRedditTumblrPinterestTelegramWhatsAppEmailMorePrintPocketSkypeLike this:Like Loading... Related Tags abyss, anchor, artifact, astronomer, astronomy, bandana, bank, bank vault, barefoot, battle, bayonet, beach, beard, bell-tower, Black Pearl, boat, book, boy, British, candle, cannon, cannonball, Captain, Captain Hector Barbossa, Captain Jack Sparrow, caribbean, Carina Smyth, Carrebean, chain, chase, chest, claim in title, compass, coral, crew, crowd, crypt, curse, dawn, Dead, dead man, death of father, diary, dreadlocks, drunkenness, Elizabeth Swan, executioner, eyepatch, face slap, father daughter relationship, father son relationship, father son reunion, fifth part, Fight, flashback, forced-wedding, gallow, Geoffrey Rush, ghost-pirate, ghost-ship, Gibbs, guillotine, hammerhead shark, Hanging, harpoon, horse, horse riding, horticulture, husband-wife-relationship, imprisonment, island, Jack Sparrow, jail, Johnny Depp, jungle, Lantern, Legend, Life, map, men, monkey, movie series, mud, murder, narrate, naval-fleet, night, palm-tree, peg-leg, pet, piracy, Pirate, pirate-flag, pocket-watch, prison break, return-to-life, Revenge, reward, rifle, roof, ropes, rowboat, rowing, ruby, rudder, saber, sail, sailing, saint-martin-caribbean, scabies, sea, sequel, shark, ship, ship-in-a-bottle, ship-on-fire, shore, sideburns, skeleton, smoke, stair, Story, sunset, tale, tell, tide, tied-up, title-spoken-by-character, torch, tossed-overboard, tremor, trident, undead, violence, waking up, wave, wedding, Will Turner, witch, wooden-cage, year 2017, younger version of character ← No match for his bodasity! → Do you regret? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.