I thought of book titles and descriptions for each, hope you enjoy it. I'm non native english so maybe you make something better out of these descriptions.
"What seadogs are made of - and what you can make out of them" Several recipes for the hungry pirate on high seas. (Guybrush may say: Hey they even got a Haggis recipe barbeqstyle... or barberstyle)
"Malicious Mals de Mer - 5th anniversary Special Edition" - now with even more ill-ustrations.
"Amorous Voodoo" - For all uptight pals who wanna get gals.
"Hex Hex is no Tex-Mex" Not reviewed yet. To get more info ask your local "International House of Mojo"-shopkeeper.
(I thought of a possible dialogue:
Guybrush: What about the Tex-Mex book?
Voodoo Lady: There've been many complaints lately that my mojo is stolen from the Mexican culture.
Guybrush: Is there anything in common with the Mexican recipes and your voodoo recipes?
Voodoo Lady: If you don't follow the recipes step by step, the outcome is unforeseen.
Guybrush:... like global warming and rising sea levels?
Voodoo Lady: Exactly.)
"What the Hex?" Compendium of all mojos and voodoo spells that makes you live happily, while others die crappily.
"What to do with my Voodoo?" A guidebook for fast and efficient curse lifting with a multi-language audio CP (compact parrot) on the last page.
"Voodoo 2.0" The dos and don'ts about creating your own voodoo recipes. Samples of each ingredient included. Beware: Samples may be contaminated. Disinfect with boiling seawater before using.
The wind after a good ol' chili con carne eating contest.
Since there are so many sugestions I can't think of any good ones right now.
Piratename... uhh... what about Rotten Leg Andy or Pancreas Andreas... I may prefer the last one, cos you could translate it into German with "Bauchspeicheldrüsen Andreas" or "Bauchspeicheldrüsen Andy"
Last edited by AndyBundy; 06/12/2009 at 01:45 pm.
Reason: added a joke on my windy quote