Friday, February 22, 2013

"Reason's got nothing to do with it."

While Jack gets most of the hillarious lins of the serieis, all of his silly expressions were made on purpose, since he is pretty much the most outrageous characeter.  How many of you have just bursted out laughing at his lines or faces?  I know I can't be the only one.  How many of you are also aware that I love to poke fun of Elizabeth?  Well, the funny thing about her and Will is that they don't always mean to make these faces, but somehow they always do.  I've seen the movies so many times and have gone through countless photos from them.  I've pulled together a few of the most hillarious, imprompt expressions of theirs that I've ever seen.  In no particular order, here they are:
In The Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl, Elizabeth is not shy with her expressions around Barbossa apparently.  In fact, she attempts to kill him by shoving a butter knife into his chest.  Ew.  What's even grosser is that then he pulls it out of his torso and it's dripping with blood (which to be quite honest is rather fake looking).  This just totally freaks out Elizabeth, but she hasn't really seen much of the pirating world yet.  The gore and her expressions only get worse from here!
As we just discussed, Jack is a bit loony.  Will's trying to get to the bottom of his bizaireness by asking Gibbs what happened when Jack was marooned on the island alone.  After hearing that Jack went three days with no food or drink, Will thinks he's come down to it.  Will: "So that's the reason for all the . . ."  Gibbs: "Reason's got nothing to do with it."  Will pretends to be crazy old Jack again, but even like that Will can't nearly capture the amazingness of Captain Jack Sparrow.
Isn't this rather convinient? There's a picture of both lovers looking equally as funny from The Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.  Will really needs to comb his hair and is in utter shock.  Elizabeth on the other hand just looks like she's going to throw up. If I am correct, they are trying to figure out what to do about the fact that Davy Jones and the Flying Dutchman are out to get them.  Not good.
As I also stated earlier, Elizabeth is not good at masking her disgust for certain actions.  As the kraken attacks his own ship, The Black Pearl, Jack hops in a row boat and tries to make an easy escape, which flat out annoys Elizabeth.  Luck for her, Jack's compass helps him find what he really wants most, and that's to help save his friends and the Pearl, so he comes back.  This look was really in vain.
Not only is she bold with her expressions, but also her words.  This picture from The Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End captures both of these!  She angrily yells at Sao Feng when they first meet.  Elizabeth: "You are Saob Feng, the pirate lord of Singapore.  You command in an age of piracy where bold captains sailr free waters.  Where waves aren't measured in feet, butas increments of fear, and those who pass the test become legend.  Would you have that erea come to an end on your watch?  The mos tnotorious pirates from around the world are uniting against our common enemy, and yet you sit here cowering in your bathwater!"  Elizabeth says it how it is.  Now, if you want to check out more photos from the movies, follow us on instagram and twitter @snippetsofjack.  We've got a ton!  And if you have some that you havne'ts een up on this website, hashtag us and we'll be sure to check it out, or comment the link to it, or email us at  We would love to see them!

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