Walk the whole plank and salute it to the captain
After taking a barrell full of aspirin, he’s saying he’ll walk the whole plank and salute it to the captain. Walking the plank was a common pirate torture where a disgraced pirate would be made to walk onto a plank and into the water while being slowly pushed by the captain who usually poked the disgraced pirate with a sword. This could either mean that he’s now brave enough to face death in the eye and leave without regrets (because of the aspirin, which is supposed to stabilize your heart) or that he’s brave enough to face his own LIFE and become responsible.
Above is an extract from a french comic where a rabbit named Eusebius (Eusèbe in french) is forced to walk the plank by ludicrous pirates (He doesn’t die hahahaha).
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