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  • Shanghaiing - Wikipedia

    Shanghaiing or crimping is the practice of kidnapping people to serve as sailors by coercive techniques such as trickery, intimidation, or violence.

  • Shanghaied | Define Shanghaied at

    Shanghaied definition, to enroll or obtain (a sailor) for the crew of a ship by unscrupulous means, as by force or the use of liquor or drugs. See more.

  • Shanghaied, S3E32a - Encyclopedia SpongeBobia

    "Shanghaied" is a SpongeBob SquarePants episode from season two. In this episode, Squidward, Patrick and SpongeBob board the Flying Dutchman's Ship. At his home ...

  • Shanghai | Definition of Shanghai by Merriam-Webster

    Answer: A 19th century waterfront hustler who lured unwitting arriving sailors into disreputable boardinghouses, from which they were often shanghaied.

  • Shanghaied - Wikipedia

    Shanghaied may refer to: Shanghaiing, or forced conscription; Shanghaied, a film starring Charlie Chaplin; Shanghaied, a 1927 American silent film

  • Shanghaied (1915) - IMDb

    Directed by Charles Chaplin. With Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Lawrence A. Bowes, Fred Goodwins. A shipowner intends to scuttle his ship on its last voyage to ...

  • What's the origin of getting 'Shanghaied'? - Quora

    This dates back to the 1800s and the age of sailing ships. Ships needed crews, but working conditions were bad so that crews were often obtained by trickery, bribery ...

  • Shanghaied - YouTube

    Are you ready kids? For a shot-for-shot live action remake of the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Shanghaied." Filmed in front of a green screen, and using ...

  • Shanghaied - Watch Dogs 2 - Ded Sec - YouTube

    ♫Watch Dogs 2: Ded Sec Original Soundtrack ♪Composer - Hudson Mohawke Track: 01 Shanghaied - Playlist: Playlist: Watch ...

  • Shanghaied - Solutions Lounge and Restaurant

    You have been relaxing in Hong Kong Harbor celebrating Christmas and a friendly man has befriended you and started to buy you drinks. That is the last thing you ...

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