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  • Shiver my timbers - Wikipedia

    "Shiver me timbers" (or "shiver my timbers" in Standard English) is an exclamation in the form of a mock oath usually attributed to the speech of pirates in works of ...

  • Shiver My Timbers - Muppets Treasure Island Lyrics - YouTube

    the song does not belong to me it belongs to the muppets and walt disney studios therefor i own nothing in this video!

  • 'Shiver my timbers' - the meaning and origin of this phrase

    Shiver my timbers What's the meaning of the phrase 'Shiver me timbers'? An oath, expressing annoyance or surprise. What's the origin of the phrase 'Shiver me timbers'?

  • HMV: Shiver My Timbers - YouTube

    Dedicated to Baddwing, TheMichaelCityMaker, strongdrew941, ZacTheBear SurmanReturns2nd, & others. Song: - Shiver My Timbers From: - Muppet Treasure Island ...

  • Shiver My Timbers (1931) - IMDb

    This Hal Roach comedy short, Shiver My Timbers, is the one hundred ninth in the "Our Gang/Little Rascals" series and the twenty-first talkie. In this one, Billy ...

  • Shiver My Timbers | Disney Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    "Shiver My Timbers" is a song performed by Island Heads featured from Muppet Treasure Island. Lyrics Pirates: Shiver my timbers, shiver my soul Yo ho, heave ho ...


    Muppets, The - Shiver My Timbers Lyrics. Muppets, The Miscellaneous Shiver My Timbers Pirates: Shiver my timbers, shiver my soul Yo oh heave ho ...

  • Urban Dictionary: shiver me timbers me timbers

    What most people don't know is that the pirate saying "shiver me timbers" actually means to "brake the boat". You see timber is obviously wood.

  • meaning - Etymology of the phrase "Shiver my timbers ...

    I've been trying to search for the origin and meaning of the phrase "Shiver my timbers", but can't seem to find anything.

  • Talk:Shiver my timbers - Wikipedia

    Corrections. Forgive me, but this page is slightly wrong. Firstly, 'to shiver' does not exactly mean 'to shatter into small pieces', but literally 'to splinter'.

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