"Weigh anchor now, ya swabbies. What be I offered for this winsome wench? Stout 'arted and corn fed she be..." "Hey, are you selling her by the pound?" "Shift yer cargo, dearie, show 'em your larboard side."
"My lords! Lads, chaps, masters, esquires and gentlemen of fortune! I present to you such loveliness as to make you weep. [men chuckling] Such grace as will strike you sober! Each wench...certified virginal. Pure as snowflakes they are. Least-wise in spirit, if not flesh." "How dare you!" "Where is Jack?" "Yeah!"
"We're rich." "We have goats." [Scarlett and Giselle laugh before being shackled by the Auctioneer] "I...I am rich. I have goats. I regret to inform you that, as facilitator of this transaction, I take in form of commission a fair percentage."
"Wait! Lower your cannons! I traded for them fair and square, meaning I can do as I like, including resell at profit. It says so right over here in the hallowedpirate Code!" "Aye, the Code be the law as always. And woe to anyone who shows it any disrespect."
"And now, you bilge rats, do I hear six?" "Aye, six it be. Six bottles of rum!" "I'm not spongin' for rum. It be gold I'm after! Strike your colours ya brazen wench, no need to expose your superstructure."
―Auctioneer and a drunk pirate[src] (original screenplay)
"I traded for you fair and square -- Two willing brides, four limbs intact and possessed of all their faculties, in exchange for a hat traded to -- a certain unnamed captain." "A hat? He gave me up for a hat?" "It was a very nice hat."