Pirate sword for pirate night PSA

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  1. Ravenne

    Ravenne queen is never late Everyone else is simply early

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    For those of you who are taking kids or kids at heart with you on your cruise, Dollar Tree has inflatable Jake and the Neverland Pirates scimitars for $1 each. It'd be great for pirate night, easy to pack and hopefully the TSA doesn't think an inflatable sword is a security threat if you're flying. :rolleyes: For a buck, you get what you pay for. The air valve kinda sucks, but you can train it to stay in place or tape it down so it doesn't leak. Other than that, it's a pretty good deal for pirate night. :thumbsup2
     
  2. cpeters

    cpeters Earning My Ears

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    Thanks for the heads up! That would DEFINITELY be better than trying to pack my DS's plastic sword and according to him you can't be a Pirate without a sword.
     
  3. Justicebreez

    Justicebreez Earning My Ears

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    Great idea! Thanks..
     
  4. Vertigo127

    Vertigo127 Mouseketeer

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    In 2008, we flew to Disney World with pirate costumes (swords daggers and all) in checked luggage and I was worried that our props might be confiscated they weren't :(
    However, my pop tarts, brassieres, and orange shampoo did disappear on the flight there!!??!!
     

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