pirates of the caribbean: dead man’s chest

Upon returning almost empty-handed from a mission, Jack faces an eager, awaiting crew. They ask him about the mission of which he apparently has no idea whatsoever - only that he understands he forgot about it altogether. Thus, to evade the crew's questions (about a certain key and a chest); he devises an elaborate wordplay that reads:

"No. If we don't have the key, we can't open whatever we don't have that it unlocks. So what purpose would be served in finding whatever need be unlocked, which we don't have, without first having found the key what unlocks it?"

Some more memorable quotes from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest:

"No. You want you to find this, because the finding of this finds you incapacitorially finding and or locating in your discovering the detecting of a way to save your dolly belle, ol' what's-her-face. Savvy?"

"You mistrust me? Listen, you can mistrust him, trust me."

"Let us examine that claim for a moment, former Commodore, shall we? Who was it that, at the very moment you had a notorious pirate safely behind bars, saw fit to free said pirate and take your dearly beloved all to hisself, eh? So whose fault is it *really* that you've ended up a rum-pot deckhand what takes orders from pirates?"

"Darling, I am truly unhappy to have to tell you this, but through an unfortunate and entirely unforeseeable series of circumstances that had nothing whatsoever to do with me, poor Will has been press-ganged into Davy Jones's crew."

"My tremendous intuitive sense of the female creature informs me that you are troubled."


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