Pitcairners communicate quite happily in English but among themselves lapse into Pitkern (18th-century seafaring English spiced with Polynesian words). So when Pitcairners go out to shoot goats they do it with muskets, the goats end up as wekle (victuals) and houses have a deck. If a Pitcairn party consumes too much of that banned beverage, it's possible that all hands (everyone) may capsize (fall over).
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