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JW and Jerome's Excellent Adventure on the Celebrity REFLECTION!

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To begin our Adventurous Celebrity Reflection "Reflectioneer's" Review, I first, would like to pay Homage and Admiration to our Cruise Critic Founding Director, Laura Sterling, who makes all this Cruise Critic "stuff" possible............ every minute, of every hour, of every day, all over the world.........

 

This Celebrity Reflection Sail-A-Way Martini is for you, Laura Sterling!

 

I love you lots!



 

 

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I have lots and lots to tell.............just you wait and see what "The Mouth Of The South" is Going To Reveal About The Celebrity Reflection! I have pics too.....and so does the rest of our Roll Call which I invite to post here at the appropriate time in the story.

I just have one thing to say before I post our review.

 

LibraryLady has the most comprehensive review on the boards of the Celebrity Reflection. It is a compilation that is second to none in being precise and correct in all aspects of the ship, cabins, entertainment and restaurants. We highly recommend this ac-compilation to you for your reference regarding the Celebrity Reflection.

 

That being said..........This review, as all my others, will be "Our Experience"...................:eek: and is known as the Rest of The Story........................

 

Let the FUN begin.........................:D

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Tapping fingers and waiting... :D

 

Glad you enjoyed your trip. Just think 7 more months to go till your on her again.

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Thanks for the shout out JW or Jerome - not sure whose nom de plume is Cruise Guy!

I have been eagerly awaiting your review as you had so much enthusiasm and anticipation pre-cruise. I certainly hope the cruise lived up to that (somehow I think you would make it fun any how:):p)

 

I love your photo- you should join us on the Jan. 12th Silhouette W. Caribbean. We already have a good group started. (If you need persuading, read Gambee's superlative review.)

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Tapping fingers and waiting... :D

 

Glad you enjoyed your trip. Just think 7 more months to go till your on her again.

 

And we will be right there with ya'll too!

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I agree, LibraryLady did a superlative review of the Reflection. Really provided wonderful insights into the ship, and got us really excited to board her in less than two weeks.

 

Now, we are really looking forward to reading about JW and Jerome's recent, excellent adventure! More, please! :)

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:rolleyes:Tick tock...Let's have it :) Drink in hand is a good start:D But it is just a tease ;)

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Patience, Patience. I will being posting after 5 pm EST today. I am getting pics sent to me from all over the place and want to correlate them all properly.

 

Oy, I need a Martini! Here maybe this one will help....

 

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First day, actually first hour after sailing, it's 5 O'Clock somewhere! Thank gosh for the 1,2,3, GO all inclusive liquor package, which we upgraded to Premium......Is it any wonder that I remember any of the cruise?

 

This toast is to all the wonderful people Jerome and I met on the Celebrity Reflection! I know that so many of you will be contributing and posting pics at my request, and as well, thank you for your new found friendships!

 

Till soon! Promise!

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Thanks for the shout out JW or Jerome - not sure whose nom de plume is Cruise Guy!

I have been eagerly awaiting your review as you had so much enthusiasm and anticipation pre-cruise. I certainly hope the cruise lived up to that (somehow I think you would make it fun any how:):p)

 

I love your photo- you should join us on the Jan. 12th Silhouette W. Caribbean. We already have a good group started. (If you need persuading, read Gambee's superlative review.)

 

 

Why its me, JW of course! Jerome is known as the "Quiet One", and I am the big ol' Reflection Queen in the Crown below! We may think about the Jan 12th sailing.....sounds like fun!

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So you're one of the 123 drunks everyone is talking about :p

 

Can't wait to hear about your trip, already sounds like it was a blast

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We upgraded to the premium package as well.

 

Sure hope the review includes some insights as to where to find the best bartenders serving the most delicious drinks!

 

Just a little over 5 hours until we get more review!

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So you're one of the 123 drunks everyone is talking about :p

 

Can't wait to hear about your trip, already sounds like it was a blast

 

How can you have a fun cruise w/o booze?????

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How can you have a fun cruise w/o booze?????

 

I can't that's why someone else will be complaining about me on this board in a few months :D

 

J/k I know everyone can have a great time either with or without.

 

Personally I'm look forward the the martini bar & the big pour. Also one of the dragonfly wings from the molecular bar.

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“JW are you awake?” I opened my eyes, again I hear in the dark…”JW….are you awake?” I glanced over to the clock and it read 3:46. THREE FOURTY SIX….AM…….Jerome obviously could not sleep so he was going to insure that I would not either…..

 

“Yes Jerome, I AM very much Awake”. But he did not wake me up, because I was also too excited to sleep as today was the day we were going to SAIL-A-WAY ON THE BRAND NEW CELEBRITY REFLECTION!!!

 

There was nothing left to do, no unfinished business, we were all packed, having completed that by 11 PM the night before, so I brewed coffee and we looked at each other and both of us saying at the same time “Tomorrow morning we will be drinking Cappuccino with Bailey’s at Café Al Bacio“…..and by the way, that we did!

 

So begins our journey on one of the most celebrated New Ships in the Celebrity Fleet. Having had almost 30 cruises under my belt, I never considered Celebrity up until now. I thought that Celebrity would be a Cruise Line I would sail on in twenty years, not in my mid-50’s. I thought we would be inundated and overrun with Walkers and Rascals. Was I wrong.

 

We were Carnival and Norwegian fanatics and loved the party atmosphere. However, our last few sailings on Carnival and Norwegian, they were one big fat disappointment to us, and we had noticed such drastic cuts in food, service, quality and just plain good people to have fun with.

 

We began our journey at Ten in the morning. We live in South Central Florida in an area called The Treasure Coast. It’s about a two hour drive to Miami, and since it was Saturday, there was no traffic to be expected. However, our neck of the woods on this day was not living up to Florida’s slogan of being The Sunshine State. It was a deluge of water pouring down….crap….going on a cruise is supposed to start with Florida Sun! It was dreary. Jerome kept saying, we will drive out of it. I did not tell him I had the weather radar on my phone and it was torrential all the way to Miami…..thank gosh Jerome was driving.

 

I always get so excited to go on a cruise. I know deep inside that I am going on a ship, so every five minutes I just want to TINKLE! You know that feeling, right? I get so excited that I just want to weeeeee out the window like the Geico Pig does in the commercial……see, I knew you would know what I was talking about. But it was raining, so no hanging out the window for me.

 

When Jerome and I sail out of Miami, we always choose to park our car with Premiere Parking USA. We have been using them for three years, whether we have sailed out of Tampa, Fort Lauderdale or Miami. It’s safe, secure and only about $60.00 for the week and includes transportation to and from the port. Great Deal and Great Service.

 

When we sail out of Miami, what we always do first is to drop our luggage off at the Ship Terminal. Once our luggage is taken care of, we drive back over the bridge and park the car, taking the Premiere Parking Shuttle Van to the ship. This way, we don’t have to wait in line to check our luggage and we can proceed right into the security detail line.

 

I love that first drive over the bridge to the Port of Miami and of course as we go over the bridge, I catch the first sight of The Reflection and immediately have to Tinkle! “Look!” I exclaim, “There She Is!” “Yep” Jerome nods and then says, “Can you see our room?” I am so excited……”Oh, there it is!” I exclaimed, “Yes, Deck 6, Deck 7, Deck 8...that’s it!” I was counting the decks up from the aft of the ship. We were in Stateroom 8338 Port side, and this is the last balcony at the end of the ship before the round window of the corner Sky Suite. Hurry up, I said to myself, I really have to Tinkle!

 

We dropped off our four bags (two identical Wheelies and 2 identical Garment Bags) and I tipped the Porter my customary $5.00 per bag. Handing the $20 bill to the Porter, I asked him “To take very good care of these”. Yes, Sir” he said, “I will take good care of all your bags, Sir”. “You have a wonderful cruise!” (Needless to say, our bags all arrived at the same time and were at our stateroom at precisely 3PM….amazing!) Things that make you go hmmmm?

 

We drove back over the bridge to the parking lot, which is less that a mile and about 8 minutes total by Shuttle. Yes, we are finally going to go on a cruise. Can we finally get on the ship! I really have to Tinkle!

 

The weather had eased up a bit as we arrived and it was not raining in Miami….yet. The clouds that were heading east towards us were as black as night and were angry with Thunder and Lightning that lit the sky like a Christmas Tree, and yes it was only just after Twelve Noon..

 

We get to the Premiere Parking USA Lot, put our paperwork on the dashboard, park the car and run to get under the canopy as the rain drops had started coming down hard. It is very organized and they have five different vans going to the five different ships in port. We were the only ones for Celebrity, but several came into our line once the van got there. The line seemed the longest for the Carnival Breeze and for The Norwegian EPIC. (Our last cruise was on the EPIC and it was very odd, not good or bad, just Odd).

 

Once in the van, here we go again, over the bridge! I called shot gun and dibs on the front passenger seat in the van, so I got the full view of the Reflection and got to Tinkle once more! The driver took a short cut that avoided all the traffic, Note to self for next time…as you go over the bridge, take the first exit on the right, don‘t follow the signs. This exit takes you under the bridge and directly to the Reflection, which is docked first, and this way, we missed all the bumper to bumper traffic waiting for the other ships.

 

The rain eased up a bit as we arrived, and Jerome and I were finally going to get that picture which what we call the “Library Lady Tinkle Shot”. She took a pic at this exact spot and posted it in her review and every time I saw it, I would say, “That’s going to be us in six weeks, or six days,”, etc. And I would want to Tinkle. So here is my tribute to Library Lady in the

 

“Official Library Lady Almost Aboard Tinkle Shot”

 

 

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I can tell this is going to be entertaining :)

 

You do realize you said the word "Tinkle" 8 times in that post ;):eek:

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We entered into the Security Area, had our Passports checked as well as our bags screened, then went up to the Check-In Line after Line after Line. I said “Oh My”! to Jerome and he shook his head. We had never arrived at a Cruise Terminal this late before (Noon). We always checked in early to avoid the lines and all I can say was first impression….Yikes….but this later turns into “WOW”.

 

I had never seen so many lines and queues. Elite, Select, Concierge, Aqua, Suites, Deck 3,6,7, Deck 8,9,10. Oh my gosh the throngs of people. As this was our first cruise on Celebrity, we were not Elite or Select or Concierge (1A Deck 8), Not Aqua, not Deck 3,6 or 7.…finally at the end of the building we found where we belonged. What I initially saw was what seemed to be a never ending line. I thought to myself, here we go, this is gonna be all afternoon and cut into my Martini time…..I was unexpectedly surprised that as long as our line was, we waited no more than ten minutes until we were in front of an Agent to check us in. As I said before “WOW”!

 

Standing next to me was someone who would become a gal we would come to adore and fondly call the “Hat Lady” (as she wore a different hat to every occasion, including the pool, every day) She introduced herself to us and blurted right out “I just Love, Love, Love all the Gays and They Love Me!” That got a raised eyebrow from Jerome to me, and we thankfully were called up to check in. More on Hat Lady later, everyone on this cruise knews two people. Me and Hat Lady! That is for sure.

 

Three Minutes and we had our sign and sail card which also had the wonderful code PAL, which stands for PREMIUM ALCOHOL PACKAGE BABY AND ALL THE GREY GOOSE AND EVERYTHING ELSE I COULD EVER WANT FOR THE WEEK!

 

Yes, Jerome and I became those 1, 2, 3 Drunks you have heard about, and as a matter of fact, I think I am Right Might Proud of that distinction. Had it not been for this promotion, Jerome and I would never have considered Celebrity and it was the single reason we decided to try The Reflection. We thought that perhaps if we did like it, we should book additional cruises to insure that we get the 1,2,3 Drunk Packages on them too, so we went ahead and booked on the Reflection again in November 2013,, then also in April 2014 on the Eclipse. (We loved the Reflection and Celebrity so much that we went ahead and booked a fourth cruise while on board, for the Equinox in November 2014!) We booked the additional cruises even before we sailed on the Reflection, but there were so many positive reviews on Cruise Critic, from so many people Jerome and I felt we would love to sail with that well, we crossed our fingers.

 

As I began to cross the Gangway from Land & Reality to Cruise & Fantasy (Yes I really did have to Tinkle at this point!) It began to torrential rain and a big thunder clap sounded overhead. I turned to Jerome and said “I hope that’s not a sign of what’s in store for us” and he said, “No, that thunder was for the people on the Carnival ships”. No he didn’t….crap he went there! In any case over the river and thru the tube I went and frankly it was NOT to Grandmother’s House I Go. It was an eye opening, brilliant, gorgeous awakening and what a truly classic group of eclectic passengers we came across. The only way to explain it is this:

 

All of the other cruises we have taken in the last ten years on Carnival, Norwegian, etc, I always felt that I was at the Kids Table at Thanksgiving. But as soon as I crossed the threshold on to The Celebrity Reflection, I realized that I was now a Grown Up and could finally sit at the Grown Up Table from now on. “WOW”!

 

Norwegian used to give Complimentary Champagne upon arrival, but that stopped . Now I know I am not in Kansas anymore. (As I always thought I was in the Land of Oz on The Reflection, even our Wine Steward in the Opus MDR was named Toto!)

The first of many toasts:

 

The image is too large so I am including it on it's own in the next post.

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Thanks for the shout out JW or Jerome - not sure whose nom de plume is Cruise Guy!

I have been eagerly awaiting your review as you had so much enthusiasm and anticipation pre-cruise. I certainly hope the cruise lived up to that (somehow I think you would make it fun any how:):p)

 

I love your photo- you should join us on the Jan. 12th Silhouette W. Caribbean. We already have a good group started. (If you need persuading, read Gambee's superlative review.)

 

I second Sandi's statement to check out Gambee's fantastic review of Silhouette :)

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And we will be right there with ya'll too!

 

Tapping fingers and waiting... :D

 

Glad you enjoyed your trip. Just think 7 more months to go till your on her again.

 

 

Yes we will be back on the Reflection in only 206 days!

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You guys are so awesome! I'm so happy you are cruising with Celebrity now...it's worth every penny! It's so great to read your review!!!!

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I can tell this is going to be entertaining :)

 

You do realize you said the word "Tinkle" 8 times in that post ;):eek:

 

I say we drink every time he says "tinkle" :)

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Can't wait to read more!!! Now I'm even more excited for our June cruise on Reflection!!! Thanks for the entertainment.

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I loved the Processco Champagne (it is an Italian Registered ship after all) so much so, that I went to the other gang way and got another glass there too! Jerome said I was being ridiculous and reminded me that with my card, I could go anywhere to get a drink. “Oh Yeah”! It took a while to sink in but once it did…..”WOW”! I still have to Tinkle!

 

My first impression of the ship was Classic, Gorgeous, and Look at all the amazing Artwork. Like a Contemporary Museum! Everywhere I turned there was more and more photography and sculptures, and even whole rooms that were considered Artwork, created just for this ship! It was not just art, IT WAS A COLLECTION!

 

How can something that was NOT a signature Carnival Cruise Lines Neon, Lights, Bells and Whistles be so OVERWHELMING? Well, they do say LESS IS MORE, and oh my gosh, THERE REALLY IS A TREE SUSPENDED IN MID AIR IN THE MIDDLE OF IT ALL!

 

I was like a little kid in a candy store, “Look at this, Look at that!“, but always reminding myself that I was at the Grown Up Table now, so I did not want to do anything that would get me sent back to the table to “Baby Sit”, if you get my drift. Yeah, that did not last very long!

 

The first thing that Jerome and I planned to do once we got on board, was to head directly to Murano for dining reservations. We knew that Murano would sell out later in the week, but as we were advised on Cruise Critic, there was plenty of space available for the first night. Jerome and I always eat at around 8:30 PM and that time slot was open, plus we were able to get a Twenty Percent First Night Discount.

 

At the same time we were walking to Murano, the announcement had come that our staterooms were available, so Jerome took our carry-on luggage up to the room and I went to Murano and completed the reservation and met RAM! He was truly amazing! More on him later.

 

Jerome likes to be the one to unpack and have everything just so. Go Ahead I say, more Martini time for me! However, that being said, We are neat, organized guys, but I don’t think that just Gay People have the market on neatness, well, okay maybe we do somewhat, Ha!……

 

That’s funny too, because during the cruise, our Stateroom Attendants could not understand why we were so tidy and they told us that we were the neatest people who had ever sailed and to stop making our beds! It was THEIR pleasure, and "Thank You" for letting them take care of us.:rolleyes: So typical of Gay people, right? So much so that on the fifth day of the cruise, a couple from Tampa that we met, were sailing in a cabin that we have booked on the future Reflection sailing, and we asked to see it, and the husband exclaimed “Our room's not gonna look like your guy’s Gay’d up and perfectly organized room JW, we are straight and I like a lived-in look”. Gotcha, I thought. As I laughed out loud, because I knew exactly what he was saying. However, on the day we went to see the room, I was very impressed that the Mrs. made it look like in fact WE were living in the room after all. Things that make you go hmmmm?. Her husband was very good looking too, I might add……but I digress….

 

As I mosey up to the Stateroom, and as I am continue to explore the surroundings along the way, I keep coming across lots of “Friends of Dorothy”. (If you don’t know what that means, well, go ask your mother.) It’s a veritable Fairy World! Told you we were not in Kansas anymore and I could not believe that I was singing the Flintstone’s theme song as I sailed up the stairway, “We’ll Have A Gay Old Time”! Even as I took the next step I shouted out “Wilma!” Remember that song? Oh my gosh, there were more people who “took the same bus that I do” or “who sat in the same pew in my church” that I felt that I was so stupid for thinking that Celebrity was out of sync with my vacation ideals. “WOW”! I have had too much Champagne and I have to Tinkle for REAL.

 

It was at this point I met the three Saints: (Joseph, Paul and Christopher…Christopher, of which they defrocked, but still a Saint in my book!) “Hello Boys” as I sailed by them on the 8th deck on the way to our stateroom….I thought to myself, Oh my gosh, they are just a couple of doors down from me….I hope they like Martini’s! Yay!!!! Boys on the hallway! Boys on Deck! “Flintstones, Meet The Flintstones, You’ll have a Yabba Dabba Doo Time!” “You’ll Have A Gay Old Time”!

 

I finally arrive at the last door on the hallway and I put my key into the slot, open the door and exclaimed “WILMA!!!!!” and Jerome looks at me and says “Are you drunk already?” He continued on with an “Oh Lordy” . I excitedly filled him in on the Boys, lots of Boys and Girls too, and kept saying “Boy was I wrong about Celebrity” “What was I thinking?” “This is going to be a fabulous cruise!“. I then looked around the room quickly, saw the television/drawer unit, pulled out the middle drawer, saying, “Boy, these really are small” and as I pulled it out, it disintegrated into several pieces along with all the hardware all over the floor. (My expression was OH MY GAWD!) Apparently, the people who had the room in the previous sailing may have been a bit rough with the drawer and pulled it out and did Gawd knows what with it, and kind of slid it back in with all the screws and hardware hoping no one would notice. Note to previous stateroom occupants….I NOTICED!

 

Jerome and I looked at each other in surprise and thought, “Oh No, Pleeeese let this not be an omen. Magically, and I mean Wizard of Oz Magically, there was a knock on the door and there was our Senior Room Steward. She was all of about 4 foot three, and since we are “Oz“-ing it, can you say Lollypop Guild? She introduces herself as CORAZON and I immediately fell in love with her. Not a hello from me, nothing but I had the drawer handle in my hand and an OMG look on my face. I lifted it up and as I showed her the drawer, and all the hardware, she went into action and said “Oh my goodness” "I am Corazon your Steward and I promise it will be fixed within the hour“.

 

Okay, yeah sure it would, I thought. I have been on Norwegian and Carnival and it takes them days and days to fix something, what with Engineering Work Orders and Priorities and what have you….days and days.

 

We came back to the room after an hour and it was fixed. TWO WORDS…..AH! & MAZING!

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Loving your review!! It's bringing back great memories of our Jan. cruise. It will be fun reliving it through your eyes.

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I am so loving your review! Did you enjoy your balcony. I have my boys in the same cabin but on deck 10 and I hope they enjoy the extra space. (it's good to be my children)

 

I am looking forward to many martinis on my upcoming Eclipse cruise. I hope that they don't run out of olives.

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AH! MAZING!

 

Oh my gosh I forgot to tell you, I finally TINKLED………Whew!……..Oh it was a grand event!……Whoosh..... the toilet flushed everything, including the air in the bathroom!..…but, as I tinkled and what I noticed was how gosh darn BIG the bathroom was, AND THEN I thought we were in a Suite and I was in the wrong room! I saw all the Hair and Body Lotion Condiments lined up the same way as in the Reflection You-Tube videos. But then there was the Que-Tip and Cotton Ball Glass Dispenser, (Now, I thought the previous guest, if they broke the drawer, why did they not steal this?!) . Then there is the Shower...it could fit an Eskimo with all their Dogs in it for a bath! I was perplexed….What the heck are we sailing on……Is This is our Bathroom???? ”WOW!”.

 

Beeeeeep! Bing! Booooowhopppp! Those dang Emergency Sounds. Our Life Boat station was the Qsign Restaurant. Those gawd forsaken noises……Beeeeeeep! Bing! Boooooowhooop! (Get a fifties group together for gosh sakes) So, we all proceed to our Muster Stations. To which I always want to have a Hot Dog in a Bun in my hands and ask everyone “Where is the Mustard Station?”, but after the Costa (Carnival) Concordia disaster, that is not fun anymore. I want to see my lifeboat and see my Muster Station and that’s THAT.

 

Well, as I said, our Muster station was in Qsign and, low and behold, the Three Saints were in the same Life Boat Station Too! “Oh Three Saints Save Me, Save Me!”….Wake Up JW, you have been in a Champagne Coma since we boarded……..

 

The THREE SAINTS:

 

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Okay, here is the time to be professional, but then the "Hat Lady" appears at Muster Drill, MAKING A BIG OL' FUSS, and I say all bets are off…..Yes! She is faaaaaabulous and we were so transfixed on her fabuousness that if the boat sank, well, we tried, we really tried to watch the video, but, like on an airplane, it was boring, and the "Hat Lady" was truly fascinating, she would have led us to a watery grave if we let her. Okay, so Life Boat Drill Over, where are my frigging Life Vests?

 

We get back to the room and Jerome suggests I try to find "And Seek" the Life Jackets. What? It's kind of like Hide-N-Seek, The Bastard! Are Your for real? “Yes, JW, Let’s play find the Life Jackets!” he said. So we play Hot & Cold, Warm & Cool….“Show me where the GOSH DARN thing is Gosh Darnit“! I said.

 

Okay, for everyone's information: the Life Vest Module[/B] is located Under the Bed! Exactly where you place your luggage, but it’s right there, Under The Bed! "My name is Rose, and it’s the Last place I would have looked, Mr. Jack Dawson….".(who get’s it?)

 

Okay so it’s after Life Boat Drill, it's 3:30 PM and all our Luggage has arrive Magically………….”WOW!” The Flintstone's meets the Wizard of Oz!

 

Jerome begins to unpack…..(Boring!) and I say, “Well, it’s now time for THE Sail-A-Way Party up at the Sunset Bar and The Cruise Critic Roll Call is EXPECTING ME!” “Go Ahead!” He exclaims, “Save Some Vodka For Me!”. I leave, and make my way up to the Sunset Bar and Oh what a Sail-A-Way it was! Fantasmatic! That’s a Disney word!, And it was Superwonderfulishious in all it’s amazingish! Yes, I have had two Martini’s tonight……no reason not to continue the goings on of the past week, the only difference is that CORAZON is not here to keep my room tidy!

 

 

The party was called KISS MY MARTINI……..Yes It Was!:

 

 

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So glad you finally tinkled JW as I was running out of alcohol every time you said that word :p :D

 

 

You are too funny...so was I.

 

and your picture looks like Mark Harmon, unless you really ARE Mark Harmon.....yes, paleeehse!

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You are too funny...so was I.

 

and your picture looks like Mark Harmon, unless you really ARE Mark Harmon.....yes, paleeehse!

 

My alter ego is LeRoy Jethro Gibbs but sorry, that's not me ;)

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So you're one of the 123 drunks everyone is talking about :p

 

Can't wait to hear about your trip, already sounds like it was a blast

 

 

I wish I would have thought of this term......now it's official!

 

 

1,2,3 DRUNKS PROMO!

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