An eagle-eyed piglet threw a mud ball right in the pirate’s good eye. Spencer and his friends kept throwing until all their mud balls were gone.
Nastybeard was blinded and very mad. He rushed towards the pigs swinging his sword wildly hoping that he would slice them to pieces.
That’s when Spencer pulled out his hickory stick.
Nastybeard wiped his face. He was able to see again.
Spencer bounced from side to side and then slid between the pirate’s legs.
Nastybeard turned and Spencer quickly twirled his stick around the shiny sword and sent it flying.
He jumped towards the pirate, knocking him down and stood on his chest.
“I’ll take it from here, Master Spencer,” said Admiral Snout as he rolled the pirate over and tied him up.
“This sword will be engraved in your honor and hung in the palace,” he said to Spencer.
“Hey, that’s my sword,” said the pirate. “He has his sword in his hand.”
“You mean this?” asked Spencer, holding up his hickory stick.
“Ya mean the great Nastybeard was beaten by a little pig with a stick?”
“Yup, and some friends with a lot of mud balls!” laughed Spencer as Miss Clarice and the others gathered around him.
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