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Thread: Roger's Jolly Roger

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    Roger's Jolly Roger

    Does anyone know what the Roger Pirates's flag looks like?

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    Re: Roger's Jolly Roger



    I think this was it? I googled it, not sure if it's true or just fan fic.

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    Re: Roger's Jolly Roger

    Not a fanfic. Appeared on Roger's hat in Volume 0.
    http://www.mangapark.com/manga/One-P...rong+world+0/6

    I don't think it was shown anywhere else.

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    Re: Roger's Jolly Roger

    There ya go.

    When I first read the title of this thread, I thought you wrote the "apostrophe S" as a contraction of the verb is, meaning Roger is Joly Roger because, you see, it is said that Jolly Roger could be derived from "Old Roger," which is a term for the "Devil." And Roger was called Devil many times It is also said that Jolly Roger was derived from Joli Rouge. It is a French phrase that means pretty red. Also, his wife happens to be called Rouge (French for red) xD
    Last edited by NEMO; August 24, 2013 at 04:11 AM.

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