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cruisinluver
04-01-2007, 12:24 AM
Disney's Wonder will be offering adults only cruises twice a month beginning in 2009. No one under 21 will be allowed. First bookings will be taken six months from today. Be sure to check and mark your calendars carefully.

dreamcometrue
04-01-2007, 12:38 AM
wow! I'll believe it when I see it! For some reason, I am thinking DCL will have a hard time filling these cruises!

bestmom
04-01-2007, 12:53 AM
April Fools?

Andrew DEREK UK
04-01-2007, 02:38 AM
Yes happy April 1st, my Med cruise stops at Palma Majorca now and our Panama crossing ship will not float in freashwater!

dreamcometrue
04-01-2007, 03:36 AM
well, he didn't post it on April 1st so it doesn't count! :rotfl2:

ETA: at least it wasn't April 1st on the West Coast ;)

LITTLEKID58
04-01-2007, 06:22 AM
:lmao: :rotfl2: :lmao: :rotfl2:

Disneybridein2k3
04-01-2007, 08:00 AM
Happy April Fools everyone!

cruisinluver
04-01-2007, 08:44 AM
Not a rumour, now three sources are confirming it. I think it will be great.

Late night shows after dinner.

No kids running the halls as early at 6AM.

No code brown closings of the Mickey Pool.

Use of the slide by adults.

I think the most exciting aspect will be the ability to try out the "Torpedo to Paradise" excursion. For a fee of $500 per person and limited to one family only, guests will be able to experience Castaway Cay all to themselves for one hour before the ship even docks at CC. Participation in the excursion of course has a weight limit and will include six months of psychological testing as the experience includes 15 minutes in an extremely enclosed space. Available only on Disney Wonder will be the most unique excursion at sea. Not available if Wonder is unable to dock at Castaway Cay. More details available soon.

bethzfl
04-01-2007, 09:41 AM
I think the most exciting aspect will be the ability to try out the "Torpedo to Paradise" excursion. For a fee of $500 per person and limited to one family only, guests will be able to experience Castaway Cay all to themselves for one hour before the ship even docks at CC. Participation in the excursion of course has a weight limit and will include six months of psychological testing as the experience includes 15 minutes in an extremely enclosed space. Available only on Disney Wonder will be the most unique excursion at sea. Not available if Wonder is unable to dock at Castaway Cay. More details available soon.



:sad2: :rolleyes:

outahere
04-01-2007, 10:15 AM
I also heard that they weren't going to allow any alcoholic beverages on those sailings. Don't want to take a chance of people partying too much and "falling" off the ship.

Mozart
04-01-2007, 10:35 AM
Disney's Wonder will be offering adults only cruises twice a month beginning in 2009. No one under 21 will be allowed. First bookings will be taken six months from today. Be sure to check and mark your calendars carefully.

Yes! NO LINES FOR PICTURES WITH THE PRINCESSES! pirate:

outahere
04-01-2007, 10:36 AM
Yes! NO LINES FOR PICTURES WITH THE PRINCESSES! pirate:

Sorry.... no characters on board for those sailings. They figure that adults aren't really into that, so why bother.

Sarah's Dad
04-01-2007, 10:40 AM
Vacation memories are made with my family and those memories are captured in the photos I have in our house, on my desk at work and the thousands I still have on my computer.

The thought of going on vacation without my children has never even remotely entered my mind and a Disney Cruise without children would be pointless.

A three year old little girl meeting Cinderella warms my heart more than most things in this world.

cruisinluver
04-01-2007, 11:51 AM
Well three weeks out of the month it will be possible.

A vacation without my children is a chance to reconnect with my spouse. It is a chance to remind what life was like before children and a chance to remind me what life will be like without them at home.

I could not imagine a better venue than having a Disney ship on which to do it. Our favourite vacation memory ever was seeing three Disney parks in two days just the two of us.

Ilovestitch
04-01-2007, 11:56 AM
The thought of going on vacation without my children has never even remotely entered my mind and a Disney Cruise without children would be pointless.


Well there are a lot of childless couples that go on DCL and have a great time.

SomePixiedust
04-01-2007, 12:02 PM
No code brown closings of the Mickey Pool.


YOU HOPE
:rotfl::rotfl:

MaryKatesMom
04-01-2007, 12:22 PM
I also heard the adult pool with then go "clothing optional".:rolleyes1

birkner
04-01-2007, 12:40 PM
Well three weeks out of the month it will be possible.

A vacation without my children is a chance to reconnect with my spouse. It is a chance to remind what life was like before children and a chance to remind me what life will be like without them at home.

I could not imagine a better venue than having a Disney ship on which to do it. Our favourite vacation memory ever was seeing three Disney parks in two days just the two of us.

Vacation memories are made with my family and those memories are captured in the photos I have in our house, on my desk at work and the thousands I still have on my computer.

The thought of going on vacation without my children has never even remotely entered my mind and a Disney Cruise without children would be pointless.

A three year old little girl meeting Cinderella warms my heart more than most things in this world.

Well there are a lot of childless couples that go on DCL and have a great time.


Good Heavens, the previous posts that you all responded to are clearly April Fool's posts.

Let's not get into a flame war here about taking kids versus childless couples when all the original poster made was an April Fools post.:surfweb:

auntsue1
04-01-2007, 12:50 PM
I myself have no children. That said what I enjoy most is the Disney Cruise with my brother and his children!:love: As the commercial states cost of Disney Cruise $$, time with your family PRICELESS!:grouphug: I'm about to go on my 3rd Disney Cruise.:cloud9:

If families with children is what people don't like they have other cruise lines that provide that! I enjoy the lack of gambling casinos on the disney cruise.

MaryKatesMom
04-01-2007, 12:56 PM
Good Heavens, the previous posts that you all responded to are clearly April Fool's posts.

Let's not get into a flame war here about taking kids versus childless couples when all the original poster made was an April Fools post.:surfweb:

Just goes to show you most people read the OP and not the replies.

Mean Queen
04-01-2007, 01:04 PM
Sorry.... no characters on board for those sailings. They figure that adults aren't really into that, so why bother.

I figured the Princesses would be wearing more revealing clothes and some nice see through platform shoes, to appeal to the men. princess: The princes and pirates pirate: would be barechested for the women.

cruisinluver
04-01-2007, 01:12 PM
I also heard the adult pool with then go "clothing optional".:rolleyes1
Isn't that already planned for the Med cruises?

birkner
04-01-2007, 01:40 PM
I myself have no children. That said what I enjoy most is the Disney Cruise with my brother and his children!:love: As the commercial states cost of Disney Cruise $$, time with your family PRICELESS!:grouphug: I'm about to go on my 3rd Disney Cruise.:cloud9:

If families with children is what people don't like they have other cruise lines that provide that! I enjoy the lack of gambling casinos on the disney cruise.

Just goes to show you most people read the OP and not the replies.

The previous post just proves what MaryKatesMom posted. Most of these posts are just April fool jokes!!

BubbaGrump
04-01-2007, 02:12 PM
I myself have no children. That said what I enjoy most is the Disney Cruise with my brother and his children!:love: As the commercial states cost of Disney Cruise $$, time with your family PRICELESS!:grouphug: I'm about to go on my 3rd Disney Cruise.:cloud9:

If families with children is what people don't like they have other cruise lines that provide that! I enjoy the lack of gambling casinos on the disney cruise.

Some people just can't take a joke!:lmao: :rotfl2: Relax and check your calander!:thumbsup2

Sarah's Dad
04-01-2007, 02:18 PM
Well there are a lot of childless couples that go on DCL and have a great time.

I understand, but my point was that going on vacation especially a Disney vacation and leaving my children home is unthinkable.

BubbaGrump
04-01-2007, 02:23 PM
I understand, but my point was that going on vacation especially a Disney vacation and leaving my children home is unthinkable.

I'TS A JOKE DUDE!!!! RELAX:lmao: :rotfl2: :rotfl2:

tink1963
04-01-2007, 02:23 PM
:rotfl2: :rotfl2: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :rotfl2: :rotfl2:
popcorn::

Amlee
04-01-2007, 02:33 PM
Well my source says for those special cruises

all children areas will be converted to a casino.

Drinks are half price

And all railings will be raised to an even 6ft.

birkner
04-01-2007, 02:46 PM
Well my source says for those special cruises

all children areas will be converted to a casino.

Drinks are half price

And all railings will be raised to an even 6ft.


:rotfl2: :rotfl2: :rotfl2: :rotfl2: :rotfl2: :rotfl2: :rotfl2:

Best quote of the day!!

:surfweb:

deb123453
04-01-2007, 02:58 PM
you mean this is a joke, i was hoping to get some one on one time with tarzan, oh well i guess i will just have to keep on dreaming!!!

JimV
04-01-2007, 03:00 PM
In fact, you will be able to put on Buzz Lightyear's plastic wings and sail down the same cable as Mickey uses on pirate night.

And in case some people want to jump off the ship, there will be bungee jumping off of the secret deck 7.

Finally, the bow pool area that is currently closed to guests will be open and will include trap shooting off the bow. Unfortunately, they can't pull off the equestrian events with the various "princes" due to a lack of room on the ship, unless they convert the Ocean Quest Lab to a stable.

That's what I heard. From my reliable sources (I think it was a CM rumor...)

-- JimV

granmaz
04-01-2007, 03:01 PM
This has been fun!!!:lmao:

Now, I do think they could offer MK child free for a day occasionally!:rolleyes1

JimV
04-01-2007, 03:06 PM
But I have actually been at MK and MGM without kids around.

Large business conferences held at Disney property generally get one night at a park without the public there. It is usually the high-end conferences, and the housing is onsite with the conference as well (usually at the Swan/Dolphin) but it is fun!

-- JimV

cruisinluver
04-01-2007, 03:10 PM
This has been fun!!!:lmao:

Now, I do think they could offer MK child free for a day occasionally!:rolleyes1
And I know a child that was conceived on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.

TXTurtle
04-01-2007, 03:20 PM
The princes and pirates would be barechested for the women.

I'm there :teeth:
pirate: arg me hotties

granmaz
04-01-2007, 03:34 PM
But I have actually been at MK and MGM without kids around.

Large business conferences held at Disney property generally get one night at a park without the public there. It is usually the high-end conferences, and the housing is onsite with the conference as well (usually at the Swan/Dolphin) but it is fun!

-- JimV

Now I would love that!!

And I know a child that was conceived on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.

Oh my!!!:eek:

BubbaGrump
04-01-2007, 04:10 PM
But I have actually been at MK and MGM without kids around.

-- JimV

A bit off topic, but we've had a similar experiance at Disneyland. They had what was called "E Ticket" night($10 extra for those w/AP). The park closed early and then was open for 3-4 hours to those w/ special ticket. Only the big rides were open. No stores or food places. We were walking over to Haunted Mansion and turned around to look behind us(one of the biggest open spaces in the entire park) and saw NOBODY! NO KIDS, NOBODY! Way to wierd. We did have way to much fun tho! No lie, we did Big Thunder Mountain four times in a row w/out having to get off!:thumbsup2 Did the same on several other rides( Mansion, Pirates, etc). They only did this twice, however, because of lack of attendance:confused3 (bummer).

outahere
04-01-2007, 04:16 PM
I also heard the adult pool with then go "clothing optional".

Hmm..... nekkid Pirate Party!!

Tikihula
04-01-2007, 05:06 PM
If they ever DID offer an adults-only cruise, I betcha they'd STILL sell out! :rotfl:

Soccermom-Cheri
04-01-2007, 05:09 PM
If they ever DID offer an adults-only cruise, I betcha they'd STILL sell out! :rotfl:
just called DCL and, yup!, all sold out. Dang! I wanted to go down the Mickey slide.

tink1963
04-01-2007, 06:11 PM
I wanted to go down the Mickey slide.

nekkid??:rolleyes1
:blush:

Sarah's Dad
04-01-2007, 06:20 PM
I'TS A JOKE DUDE!!!! RELAX:lmao: :rotfl2: :rotfl2:


People are WAY too sensitive. I was not flaming or getting upset...all I was stating was that I would never go on vacation without my children.

The joke has no bearing on the subject and if it bothers you that much I will start another thread asking how many people would go on vacation without their children. ;)

BubbaGrump
04-01-2007, 06:23 PM
People are WAY too sensitive. I was not flaming or getting upset...all I was stating was that I would never go on vacation without my children.

The joke has no bearing on the subject and if it bothers you that much I will start another thread asking how many people would go on vacation without their children. ;)

Yep, SOME people are WAY too sensitive! :rotfl2:WAY to serious too!

disneycruising
04-01-2007, 06:46 PM
I also heard that they weren't going to allow any alcoholic beverages on those sailings. Don't want to take a chance of people partying too much and "falling" off the ship.

:rotfl: :lmao::rotfl: :lmao::rotfl: :lmao::rotfl: :lmao::rotfl: :lmao::rotfl: :lmao:

Stepht5
04-01-2007, 07:08 PM
Well my source says for those special cruises

all children areas will be converted to a casino.

Drinks are half price

And all railings will be raised to an even 6ft.

You are way too funny girlfriend!!!! :lmao:

Amlee
04-01-2007, 07:24 PM
You are way too funny girlfriend!!!! :lmao:


I do try! ;)

birkner
04-01-2007, 08:02 PM
People are WAY too sensitive. I was not flaming or getting upset...all I was stating was that I would never go on vacation without my children.

The joke has no bearing on the subject and if it bothers you that much I will start another thread asking how many people would go on vacation without their children. ;)

Glad this has not turned into a flamer war, upset posts or debates. Most everyone here who has posted just wanted to keep this thread silly and funny for April Fool's Day.

I think it would be an interesting thread if you wanted to start a thread about vacationing with or without children.

Just my thoughts....

:surfweb:

dreamcometrue
04-01-2007, 08:16 PM
Glad this has not turned into a flamer war, upset posts or debates. Most everyone here who has posted just wanted to keep this thread silly and funny for April Fool's Day.

I think it would be an interesting thread if you wanted to start a thread about vacationing with or without children.

Just my thoughts....

:surfweb:

I admit, I was fooled, because I didn't even think of it as an April fool's since it wasn't April 1st yet when I first read it last night!

Maybe I should post on the main board that I want to take my 7 year old to WDW but she's small for her age and I am going to try to get her in for free, and see if it stays as friendly as this thread...then on page 10 I will post APRIL'S FOOL!! :lmao:

birkner
04-01-2007, 08:21 PM
I admit, I was fooled, because I didn't even think of it as an April fool's since it wasn't April 1st yet when I first read it last night!

Maybe I should post on the main board that I want to take my 7 year old to WDW but she's small for her age and I am going to try to get her in for free, and see if it stays as friendly as this thread...then on page 10 I will post APRIL'S FOOL!! :lmao:

OT I think the poster was on the East Coast and it was after midnight on the East Coast when they posted.

:surfweb:

auntsue1
04-01-2007, 08:29 PM
Some people just can't take a joke!:lmao: :rotfl2: Relax and check your calander!:thumbsup2

I was purely stating a fact not attacking a joke.

dreamcometrue
04-01-2007, 08:32 PM
OT I think the poster was on the East Coast and it was after midnight on the East Coast when they posted.

:surfweb:

yes, I realized that AFTER the fact! :headache:

HollyTyler
04-01-2007, 08:39 PM
popcorn:: :rolleyes1 popcorn:: :rolleyes1

BubbaGrump
04-01-2007, 08:42 PM
I was purely stating a fact not attacking a joke.

What happened to the rest of your post? Don't be so sensitive! Some of us(Me and Birkner included) just got the joke a little sooner than you did! Sorry to hurt your feelings!:sad2:

DVCSmile
04-01-2007, 09:57 PM
Hmm..... nekkid Pirate Party!!

That's Right! :woohoo:

inkkognito
04-02-2007, 11:47 AM
The thought of going on vacation without my children has never even remotely entered my mind and a Disney Cruise without children would be pointless.
Then my life must be pretty pointless 'cause hubby and I have done 56 of 'em with no children and have nine more booked through the end of 2008! The more pointlessness, the better.

auntsue1
04-02-2007, 12:11 PM
People are WAY too sensitive. I was not flaming or getting upset...all I was stating was that I would never go on vacation without my children.

The joke has no bearing on the subject and if it bothers you that much I will start another thread asking how many people would go on vacation without their children. ;)

I feel the same way. These are only expressed opinions not an invitation to ridiculing. That isn't the purpose of a chat board.

mom_of_2_princesses
04-02-2007, 12:17 PM
Then my life must be pretty pointless 'cause hubby and I have done 56 of 'em with no children and have nine more booked through the end of 2008! The more pointlessness, the better.

You are my idol. I can't wait.

birkner
04-02-2007, 12:23 PM
I feel the same way. These are only expressed opinions not an invitation to ridiculing. That isn't the purpose of a chat board.

I do not feel anyone tried to ridicule your or Sarahs Dad's post opinions. What this thread was from the very first post was an April Fool's joke. I am very sorry that you feel people were attacking your post. People were just making outrageous posts in the spirit of April Fools Day.

Post that have serious issues or questions to be raised belong in another thread.

Just my thoughts....

:surfweb:

Sue (mom of 3 boys!)
04-02-2007, 12:39 PM
Just got an update-(yes, I know it's 4/2;) )

tequila/margarita tastings every afternoon by the pool--all 3 of them

the nekkid pirate parties are "bandana optional"

there will be a slide extention from the Mickey slide to get off the ship at CC, or you can just dive off (but only at Deck 4-they are opening the atrium doors just for this purpose, and there will be a CM there to scan your KTTW card first)

one lucky person will get to shoot off the fireworks

the Palo menu will be featured every night in the main dining rooms, along with the regular menus

mmouse37
04-02-2007, 12:48 PM
The thought of going on vacation without my children has never even remotely entered my mind and a Disney Cruise without children would be pointless.

No, not pointless at all. We have been on 16 DCL cruises (11 with our children). Hubby and I have celebrated our 20th, 25th and 27th anniversaries without our children on a DCL cruise. What better way to reconnect with your spouse. Those memories are just as important to us as the memories we have of our cruises with our kids. DCL is not JUST FOR KIDS. If you saw last nights DCL show on the Travel Channel one of the main focuses was towards adults enjoying DCL, with or without their children.

I have also enjoyed DCL cruises without my spouse or my children. I cruised with two of my best friends on the Panama Canal cruise last year and got to experience DCL a whole new way and another time sailed with my 83 year old aunt who's health was failing and who was blown away by DCL...she has sinced passed away and those memories with her are precious to me. To see her face when the characters greeted her is priceless and warms my heart.

So...to say cruising DCL without kids is pointless is just not true.

Vivianne
04-02-2007, 12:56 PM
Wait til I tell DH we're going on a pointlessly expensive cruise. He's going to say "Huh"? :lmao:

tink1963
04-02-2007, 01:07 PM
Then my life must be pretty pointless 'cause hubby and I have done 56 of 'em with no children and have nine more booked through the end of 2008! The more pointlessness, the better.

Ditto :thumbsup2 Since I have no kids I guess I just like to take pointless DCL vacations.

I do not feel anyone tried to ridicule your or Sarahs Dad's post opinions. What this thread was from the very first post was an April Fool's joke. I am very sorry that you feel people were attacking your post. People were just making outrageous posts in the spirit of April Fools Day.

Post that have serious issues or questions to be raised belong in another thread.

Just my thoughts....

:surfweb:

Well put Noel :thumbsup2

Just got an update-(yes, I know it's 4/2;) )

tequila/margarita tastings every afternoon by the pool--all 3 of them

the nekkid pirate parties are "bandana optional"

there will be a slide extention from the Mickey slide to get off the ship at CC, or you can just dive off (but only at Deck 4-they are opening the atrium doors just for this purpose, and there will be a CM there to scan your KTTW card first)

one lucky person will get to shoot off the fireworks

the Palo menu will be featured every night in the main dining rooms, along with the regular menus

:lmao: :lmao: I can't wait for this trip:rotfl2: :rotfl2:

granmaz
04-02-2007, 01:22 PM
Who's got a deposit down on this cruise????:laughing:

SomePixiedust
04-02-2007, 02:05 PM
I have been known to say "outta my way, Disney is no place for kids" :rotfl2: :rotfl2: :rotfl2:

that said, I have enjoyed Disney & cruising with & without children and a spouse.

BubbaGrump
04-02-2007, 09:03 PM
Maybe this thread needs to be closed before a couple of overly sensitive people need a waaambulance!:rotfl: :lmao: :rotfl: :lmao:

Sarah's Dad
04-03-2007, 12:18 AM
Then my life must be pretty pointless 'cause hubby and I have done 56 of 'em with no children and have nine more booked through the end of 2008! The more pointlessness, the better.

Wow! I am amazed that a simple point is soooooo hard to understand. I have two children and I love them dearly and I would never consider leaving them home while I go on vacation.

If you don't have children than you don't have an option and I applaud you for going on ANY vacation, but that was not my point.

My vacations are centered around making all 3 of my girls happy and leaving any one of them home will never happen.

Sarah's Dad
04-03-2007, 12:22 AM
No, not pointless at all. We have been on 16 DCL cruises (11 with our children). Hubby and I have celebrated our 20th, 25th and 27th anniversaries without our children on a DCL cruise. What better way to reconnect with your spouse. Those memories are just as important to us as the memories we have of our cruises with our kids. DCL is not JUST FOR KIDS. If you saw last nights DCL show on the Travel Channel one of the main focuses was towards adults enjoying DCL, with or without their children.

I have also enjoyed DCL cruises without my spouse or my children. I cruised with two of my best friends on the Panama Canal cruise last year and got to experience DCL a whole new way and another time sailed with my 83 year old aunt who's health was failing and who was blown away by DCL...she has sinced passed away and those memories with her are precious to me. To see her face when the characters greeted her is priceless and warms my heart.
So...to say cruising DCL without kids is pointless is just not true.

I respectfully disagree. My family goes with me everywhere I go. I will not go on vacation by myself or with just my wife. As far as I am concerned a vacation means going away with my family and that means all three girls.

My wife's best friend has gone on a couple of cruises (not DCL) leaving all four children behind and we (my wife and I) just don't get. :(

We are amazed that anybody could do that.

mom_of_2_princesses
04-03-2007, 01:22 AM
I respectfully disagree. My family goes with me everywhere I go. I will not go on vacation by myself or with just my wife. As far as I am concerned a vacation means going away with my family and that means all three girls.

My wife's best friend has gone on a couple of cruises (not DCL) leaving all four children behind and we (my wife and I) just don't get. :(

We are amazed that anybody could do that.

I really think this thread is going somewhere it does not need to. It was all fun and games. You have your options for your vacation and they have theirs. This is just for fun. Please start a new thread if you want it discussed in a serious format. Now with that said, The line starts behind me because I am first down the Mickey slide.:laughing:

WDWLVR
04-03-2007, 07:34 AM
Ladies and gentlemen, please let me remind you of something stated in our DIS Board Basics.

Treat your fellow posters with respect. We all have our own opinions and all opinions are welcome as long as they are posted in a respectful manner. It is also helpful to read an entire thread before posting. What might have been a heated discussion on the first couple of pages might have been resolved later on and just posting to the original post just frustrates the other posters. Remember that what is right for one poster and their situation might not be right for others.


Yes this thread was started on April Fools Day. Still there are many cruisers, myself included, who don't cruise with children. In our case it is because we don't have any. As stated above what is right for one family isn't right for another. The wonderful thing about DCL is that everyone is welcome.

If this can't continue in a fun and still respectful manner than it will be closed.

Mozart
04-03-2007, 07:58 AM
The line starts behind me because I am first down the Mickey slide.:laughing:

Wanna bet? I'm combining this cruise with the 4 night Triple Dip at Castaway Cay right beforehand. While you're waiting to get on board in the port, I'll already be on the Mickey slide.

AlexandNessa
04-03-2007, 10:24 AM
So sad this is not true :sad: .. was totally looking forward to Co-ed Naked Flubber! :blush:

Mean Queen
04-03-2007, 12:26 PM
Wanna bet? I'm combining this cruise with the 4 night Triple Dip at Castaway Cay right beforehand. While you're waiting to get on board in the port, I'll already be on the Mickey slide.

Shouldn't that be the Triple Skinny Dip at Castaway Cay?
:rotfl:

SomePixiedust
04-03-2007, 01:52 PM
Shouldn't that be the Triple Skinny Dip at Castaway Cay?
:rotfl:


I'm signed up for the chunky dunk on CC...there are just a few spots left:rotfl: :lmao:

WDWLVR
04-03-2007, 02:41 PM
OK I don't want to rain on anyone's fun but please remember this is a family friendly board and we do have kids reading the main forum. Please keep the discussion family friendly.

Thank you.

waltfan1957
04-03-2007, 02:48 PM
Sorry.... no characters on board for those sailings. They figure that adults aren't really into that, so why bother.

What! I thought they were only there for adults:)