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1 Long Tom: Parley!
2 Mate: You wish to discuss terms of your surrender?
3 Long Tom: Nay. We be fightin’ so long, it be time for a snack.
3 Mate: A snack?
4 Long Tom: Bosun Higgs!
4 Higgs: Cap’n! How about I be makin’ pancakes?
4 Mate: Mmmm...
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The movie Pirates of the Caribbean popularised the use of the word "parley" as a thing you can shout in the middle of a hostile encounter to indicate you want to negotiate peacefully, and have your request be more or less respected. In reality this was never a thing, although the idea of parley does refer to a sort of truce agreed for negotiations.
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