Ever see anything totally shocking and unexpected on a cruise?

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  1. bceagle76

    bceagle76 Mouseketeer

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    In St Marteen we are the beach. there was beautiful full figure woman with her husband and 2 childern. She was topless.
    My 16 year old son truely enjoyed it.:):)
    We get back to the boat and get to dinner early that night which never happens, we never wait in line cause we are last to arrive.
    Who comes walking by the this woman and her family.
    They are sitting 2 tables from us and have the same wait staff as us.:rotfl2:
     
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  3. scottb8888

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    That's priceless!
     
  4. bitlerzx4

    bitlerzx4 DIS Veteran

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    the lady that wore a white thong bikini and kept trying to swim in the little pool.

    While we were in line for the aquaduck DS was like "mom, I dont want to stand behind this lady" I said "Dude, that is not nice" he whispered "I can see her but crack"

    He was correct. Lol poor thing.
     
  5. MND

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    I agree!!! Someone should start a separate breastfeeding in public thread!!!

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  6. PizzieDuster

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    Yes! This is one of my favorite threads, I always love it when it pops back up! Don't want to lose it. Cracks me up!
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  7. GoonieBride

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    this if funny
     
  8. Meghatron

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    While following the emergency path through the usually off-limits crew hallways from our stateroom to AP during the muster drill, DH and I spotted a used condom in the stairwell.
     
  9. Desi

    Desi <font color=990000>Seek color and ye shall receive

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    ummmm yuck, you'd think they would know how to clean up after themselves
     
  10. EastYorkDisneyFan

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    Was it Anthony Kiedis from the Red Hot Chil Peppers http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Kiedis as he likes to do that on stage. :confused3
     
  11. MND

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    I have always wanted to suggest that instead of giving candy, gift cards, etc. to CMs that work in the kids clubs, people should give them condoms. However, being that this is a family site, I was afraid it wouldn't be an appropriate suggestion. Perhaps, I was wrong.

    Mike
     
  12. Meghatron

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    I am a huge supporter of free condoms. But seeing as a PP talked about accidentally walking into crew first aid and seeing a huge bowl of them out, like an RA's dorm room, getting them from guests does not appear to be necessary. ;)
     
  13. davisdenyel

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    We had a unexpected moment when we where on the Magic. We were in the elevator and it stopped on another floor to let more people in and sure enough it was Chip and Dale! So me and my kids got to enjoy an elevator ride with the cutest chipmunks ever :love:
     
  14. tlkgt76

    tlkgt76 "If you can dream it, you can do it." Walt Disney

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    HAHAHAHAHAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!

    This is the best thread EVER!!!


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  15. violetmonarch

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    Took me a while to read ALL the pages, but glad I did. Poodle with an eye patch! :rotfl2: HA!!!
     
  16. msbiscuit

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    'French poodle with an eye patch'...oh my...I'm sitting here at work with tears trailing down my face from laughing. I needed this; thank you! Bwahahahaha!
     
  17. disney honeymooners

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    One my first cruise ever (The Big Red Boat i was around 10) we were seated at dinner with a family whose son i guess got sick and rather than take him back to the stateroom and let him change clothes they brought him to dinner with well vomit all over his shirt :sick: i have a strong stomach but even i had problems eating that night and of course i had to sit next to him.

    My dad on the last night of one of the cruises with out us (me, 2 DB's) i believe it was the Carnival Fantasy he was putting the luggage out and they had run into slightly higher than usual seas well he got flung out of the door (which closed behind him and locked) on to the other side of the hall way in his tighty whites and my step mom was fast asleep. She and the rest of our family thought it was hilarious but my dad not so much.
     
  18. moomy-san

    moomy-san I'd rather be in O'Gills.

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    I think on our last cruise, WE may have been the something shocking for some passengers.
    The whole situation actually started on our first cruise, in 2011 on the Wonder. Two things happened- On pirate night and on Parrot Cay menu night, we realized that I am allergic to nearly all of the dishes available because of the spices added. Rather boring, but it set us up for our 'shocking' cruise the next year. The other plain Jane thing that contributed was that we had an AWESOME Palo server.
    Now, fast forward 12 months. We had requested our same server for the MDR as our last cruise, and the same Palo server as well. Once boarding we found out our requested MDR server had left that day for vacation. Oh well. But to appease us, our family had a table alone. :)
    The first night in the MDR our head server came over and told us that because I would miss out on 2 menus, it would be his pleasure to arrange his own surprise menu for us each night. Okay.... Cool. The next morning we went to Palo. Our former Palo server Vladimir had been promoted to officer, so he couldn't be our server. But they called him down, and so as we had brunch, this officer in his crisp white uniform comes down to see us, big hugs all around, brings us 'special' stuff from the kitchen. Unbeknownst to us, 2 tables from near us in the MDR were also having brunch, so now they had witnessed our special treatment the night before and now this morning. Every night in our MDR we had special service from the head server AND our former Palo server would stop in and chat, pull up a chair or bring us something special. The 2nd to last night we had dinner in Palo and our server sent back chocolate souffl├ęs for the kids- and yep, one of those same families was there to see it. Also, because of his position as training officer, he was often just watching the wait staff- so we would often walk with him or chat during the day and yep, it looked like we had a special officer guide!!
    I had no idea how all of this must look until at the Pirate party that night! Both families came up to us and asked WHO we were to get so much special attention!! They thought we were very rich or influential. Ummmm- nope. I don't think they believed us- because on the last night we somehow managed to get an awesome spot for the character parade where a member of the cruise staff made sure our daughter first got pictures with everyone. And yep- the same families were there to see it!
    Trust me- we did nothing to demand this service, but we did enjoy it!!
     
  19. Desi

    Desi <font color=990000>Seek color and ye shall receive

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    :rotfl2::rotfl::lmao::rotfl2:
     
  20. MND

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    You're comment made me think of Thomas Kinkade. We were on DCL cruise right after his death and they were sure hawking his "art". Enjoy the following story:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/...painter-death-questions-remain_n_1413217.html
     
  21. garrettandkatesmom

    garrettandkatesmom Earning My Ears

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    There was an elderly lady on our recent cruise who pushed around two teddy bears in a double stroller the whole time. We saw her in Grand Cayman, at Senor Frogs in Costa Maya where the teddy bears were getting shots from the waitress, and pushing the stroller on Castaway Cay.
     

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