DCL Confessions

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  1. Merryweather89

    Merryweather89 Earning My Ears

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    My boyfriend and I did that too back in April. We brought sports bottles, split our bottle of wine in half and brought it to the show before dinner. It was nice and really relaxing to have our favorite wine during the show :)
     
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  3. Merryweather89

    Merryweather89 Earning My Ears

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    I've seen the "space men" before. There was a mother/daughter pair at my table at dinner and the girl was SO seasick. I felt so bad for her. The cast members were extremely quick and professional. They moved the other four of us to another table, got us all new beverages/bread/anything we wanted and then quickly removed everything from the table and cleaned. Before we received dessert our former table was like new and set for the next meal. Amazing.
     
  4. cruisecrasher

    cruisecrasher DIS Veteran

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    Goodness, we've been on two without the kids since they were born. Told them where we were. And that it was a special anniversary date. They know we love each other very much and need alone time occasionally.
    And that if they're very good for grandma while we're gone then next time we might take them. So far it's worked.
     
  5. WVURunner

    WVURunner DIS Veteran

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    At a champagne tasting event, we noticed the table next to us (4 ladies) hadn't touched their last 2 glasses of champagne (8 total glasses!) so after it ended and they left, we ran over to their table like vultures scavenging and drank the leftover champagne! No shame!
     
  6. tweis

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    Glad that works for you :thumbsup2

    Our children know we take trips for special occasions however, since they were not home while we were gone we really saw no reason to tell them we were sailing DCL without them. :goodvibes
     
  7. lovefromkatie

    lovefromkatie Earning My Ears

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    I may or may not have spilled a whole glass of ice cold water on my friend in Animators Palette.:confused3
     
  8. lgcountry

    lgcountry Mouseketeer

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    On our last Dream cruise, DH and I were sound asleep 2 hours before DS 14 came "home" from Vibe. He came in just as I woke up at 2am to go to the bathroom, and we didn't know he wasn't there.

    Bad mom!
     
  9. cruisecrasher

    cruisecrasher DIS Veteran

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    I figure once they're slightly older it'll be harder as they'll realize we could take then with us.
     
  10. tweis

    tweis DIS Veteran

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    Yeah, my boys are 10 & 11 and would have been very upset if they had known we were going on the Dream without them. We are a blended family and my son was with his dad and my stepson was with his mom so it worked out to where we didn't have to tell them. :rolleyes1
     
  11. rentayenta

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    This is a great idea. :thumbsup2




    :rotfl2: :rotfl2: My first thought was this poor poster is going to get hammered for this. :thumbsup2





    Can we not take a little sand? I collect sand from everywhere we go. :blush:


    :rotfl: Love this.
     
  12. DznyCrzy11

    DznyCrzy11 "When you wish upon a star, makes no difference wh

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    That sounds like something I would do. :rotfl:

    I am still waiting to take my 1st cruise but this is a great thread!!! I'll be sure to post any confessions after my cruise in Sept. :beach:
     
  13. shmoogrrrl

    shmoogrrrl <font color=FF6600>Tigger Goddess<br><font color=g

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    My husband and I, on our honeymoon, tested out the airborne ability of grapes off of our balcony. We thought it was so funny that we might have ordered a cheese platter the next night just t experiment a little more.

    Also, Someone sent us am in-room platter than had chocolate covered strawberries, and other various items. It also had this really cute chocolate Mickey Mouse that stood on its own. Well, neither of us could bring ourselves to eat him, but he might have also ended up walking the plank our last night. :rotfl::rotfl:

    *For those that would lecture us about throwing stuff into the ocean, it wasn't many, and it was food. Mickey might not have gone over if I hadn't maybe had a little too much to drink.
     
  14. "Cinder" Ella's Mom

    "Cinder" Ella's Mom DIS Veteran

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    Omg-You are hilarious!!
     
  15. dizney-cruiser

    dizney-cruiser DiZney CraZy ºoº<br><font color=blue>we dont want

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    Yes! I should have added a . . . :rotfl2:
     
  16. jetskigrl

    jetskigrl No mumbojumbo here

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    DH and I went on one of the Pixar cruises on the Wonder last September without the kids. They were just starting the school year and we couldn't take them out for a week. Plus DH and I hadn't had a vacation alone since our honeymoon.

    The kids knew about it. They weren't happy but they had been on the Wonder for the MR in April and already knew we were booked for the Fantasy this month (so they had plenty of their own vacations).

    My confession...I asked my Mom not to bring the kids to see the sailaway (we live near the port so we would often go down just to watch the ship leave on Sundays). I said it would be too hard on the kids to watch us leaving on a Disney cruise without them.

    The truth was it would have been too hard on me to sail away and see them standing there :sad:
     
  17. GoHabsGo

    GoHabsGo Mouseketeer

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    So there I was just looking over the balcony into the ocean when I got pelted with some grapes! I turned to look up and "wham"! Right in the kisser with, of all things, an iron!
    I was steamed.
    I took off for the elevators and rode up one floor when I realized I didn't have a murder weapon. Spying an open door, I went into the cabin and took the red pillow off the bed.
    Still dazed from taking an iron off the old coconut, I'm not sure I got the right room but I did what I came to do.
    On the walk back, I was still carrying the pillow. Not wanting to get caught with the murder weapon, I threw it under a bed of an open cabin...


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  18. pfuentes1098

    pfuentes1098 Mouseketeer

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    Roflmao!!
     
  19. cruisecrasher

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    Just so long as you weren't wandering to the restaurant barefoot in pajamas afterwards, we'll forgive you.
    ;)
     
  20. shmoogrrrl

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    :rotfl2::rotfl2::rotfl2: Sorry to have contributed to your homicidal mania. Good thing that Chocolate Mickey missed you. :) :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:
     
  21. happygirl2013

    happygirl2013 Earning My Ears

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    We leave on our first Disney Cruise in 4 sleeps. Reading the confessions were great. Hope the H2O is as good as everyone said.:rotfl2:
     

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