RAINBOW POOL - The Pirate Paint Brush--a child's Halloween costume gone loco,
or an excuse to go up to random Neopians and shake your peg leg at them?
Closely following the Baby Paint Brush in arrival, the Pirate Paint Brush
is quite the opposite, and has caused mixed reactions. Is this an unsafe paint
Picture this scenario: A parent gives their new-born Neopet a Pirate Paint
Brush. Suddenly, her baby is turned into a smelly, gold grubbing, ship bombing
pirate, and pray tell, what happens when her innocent Neopet goes to suck its
thumb, and finds a hook in its place?
Would an unsuspecting Neopet suffer humiliation the first day of school, when
his peg leg hits his desk numerous times, causing him to cry out in anguish?
And how would you like to be awaken in the middle of the night to your Neopets
Did someone say squawking?
Mmmhmm. That's what I thought.
But as with all things, the Pirate Paint Brush does actually have some pros.
If your wee Neopet goes outside and the sun is too bright, don't worry! For
he has an eye patch protecting his eye! Well... one of them at least.
Maybe that peg leg can come in handy after all! With the arrival of NeoHome
Gardens, perhaps your young Neopet can stand in the dirt, and make big enough
holes for some plants. No gardening tools needed now!
Or, his hook can come in handy when he is in gym class climbing the rope!
Don't worry about your Neopets school homework! He can now say the famous
line, "My parrot ate my homework!"
So while this may be dangerous in some cases, I trust everyone's judgement
to use this paint brush wisely.
I mean after all, getting to say the phrase "Aye, matey!" is totally worth