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Your MIL really needs to mind her own business.

 

Right on! It would be fitting if the young couple were to post on this thread, "we had this old nosy bitty sitting next to us on the pool deck and did we ever give her an eye full"!!!:evilsmile:

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It was 1998, the year after the movie Titanic came out. As we cast off, my jaw dropped when I heard the music they were playing, the theme to the movie.

 

 

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It was 1998, the year after the movie Titanic came out. As we cast off, my jaw dropped when I heard the music they were playing, the theme to the movie.

 

 

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Now that's funny...:D;)

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Witnessed an argument at the pool in which one individual insisted that another passenger was using his favorite specially reserved lounge chair . The argument turned loud and ugly very fast and the passenger claiming it was his lounge chair threw the first punch. Unfortunately for him the passenger he attacked blocked it and with a quick jab broke the guy's nose, blood everywhere . As Security was escorting the aggressor away his wife arrives screaming You Idiot ,We Where Sitting Over There !

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RC Mariner of the Seas, 2008. There were 2 women (I'm guessing in their 70's), very well dressed, traveling with what appeared to be a male escort. He was in his 20's, maybe early 30's, could have been a model, chiseled cheek bones, long hair with a man bun. They would be in the Solarium pool every day, with him in the middle and a woman on each side, playfully bobbing them up and down in the water while they giggled. He would bring them their drinks. It was quite the show. On formal night the women were all decked out in gowns and he was in a white tux, posing with them for pictures, one on each arm, out on the Promenade.

 

On one of our first RC cruises at the midnight buffet, I saw a woman grab one of the decorative breads, (not meant for eating, it had floral designs on it) and walk right out of the dining room with it under her arm.

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Great thread.

I’m torn between hoping to have a story to tell some day and hoping I never do...!

 

 

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I’m hoping the story is never about me :)

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On our recent cruise guy walks up to a man in the hot tub and tries to fat shame him. Only problem is that when the shamer took his t-shirt off, he exposed his ample "b cups" and nice size keg. Guess he never looks in a mirror.

 

 

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Some years ago, a bunch of English guys were having a few pints (not on Celebrity). On the next table was an American lady telling her friend that her fanny pack was all wet and that she will ask her cabin stewart to help her dry it.

 

One of the English guys turns around and says to her that a fanny must be wet.

 

The woman got angry and started to argue with the Brits, one of the Brits took the woman aside and explained what a fanny is in England. The woman started laughing and enjoyed the joke that she brought a round of drinks.

 

Explaination of fanny in England.:

 

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Fanny

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My MIL's story, not mine, but thankfully nothing I have ever seen on a cruise has come close to this one!

 

We were sailing with MIL and a group of family friends on Princess and were docked in Tortola. Weather wasn't that great so the group planned to briefly get off the ship, check out the shops right at the pier, then get back on-board. So as MIL, hubby, and I are are standing on the dock waiting for the rest of our group to meet us, all of a sudden MIL gets the most disgusted, horrified look on her face. I ask her what's wrong, and she tells me that she just watched a woman walk down the pier from the ship docked next to us, walk up to a tree, pull up her sundress, and um, water the tree. Gross! The lady (and I use that term lightly) wiped herself on her dress, then walked back to the ship! To this day I can't figure out why she did that. Surely the washrooms on-board couldn't have been that appalling that peeing on a tree was a good choice?! We still laugh about it (and gag a little) to this day.

 

Maybe she just wanted to "mark her territory"

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Once I saw someone wearing their cruise provided bathrobe at the breakfast buffet

 

Unfortunately, I have also seen this. Could not get the image out of my mind wondering what he had on underneath.

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We were once on a ship (NOT Celebrity). During the cruise a couple was sleeping in bed and felt a "Golden shower" upon them....Turns out a senior crew member had gotten completely drunk, keyed the wrong room with his master key.....Pulled off his pants and proceeded to urinate on these passengers sleeping in the dark until they woke up screaming and chased him from the cabin.......Needless to say, he was off the ship the next day and I have no doubt they had quite a lawsuit. Note to self....always turn on lights in room when you've been drinking! Safe Sails all!

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Breakfast in MDR all very civilised Canadian family on table next door mum, dad and 2 monsters! Screaming shouting all meal until mum eventualling looked up from her phone to say "Josh stop sticking your fork in Calebs leg" and went back to her phone. I looked over and there were forks sticking out of Calebs leg and a decent amount of blood!

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Man in the cabin down the hall from us evidently had a sore foot so he was soaking whatever portion of it would fit into the cabin's ice bucket. I have not touched an ice bucket since. People are gross.

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Not a X rather a River Cruise but hopefully allowed. 10 years ago Nile Cruise special occaison for DW and I so had a suite. Nice area but strangely the bed was raised from the floor or some sort plinth which will become relevant.

 

A couple of days in and DW is waking me screaming we're sinking and crocodiles! I'm stumbling awake saying what you on about go to turn the light on which she stopped me sensibly (she's good like that) so I swung off the bed to get the torch in my bedside cabinet to find 4/5 inches of water! Coming to my senses i realised the water was warm so not likely to be the Nile

 

We then realise there's commotion in the corridor outside and open door to find staff and passangers with the staff trying to deal with a plumbing leak and passangers being shepherded upstairs to the lounge! Looking into the room I could see books and clothes floatng around but luckily no corcodiles!

 

It did occur to me after that my wife is a very strong swimmer, almost international level in her youth whereas I'm rubbish don't know why she was worried the crocs would have dined on me!.

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My husband and I were awoken at 3 in the morning, to find an elderly man - in his pajamas - standing at the foot of our bed. A shock to say the least! He mumbled something, turned and left the room. We were speechless. The next morning we reported it to Guest Services who told us it would have been "impossible" for anyone to enter the room without a key. We finally persuaded someone to accompany us to the room and try to open the "locked" door. Sure enough - the lock was faulty and easily opened when he turned the doorknob. They apologized profusely and sent us a bottle of wine. Don't know what happened to the old man. He may still be wandering the corridors.

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On an Pacific islands cruise with mostly Aussies, 5 of us in an elevator, two husband and wife couples and myself, doors open a couple of floors down to find two lovely young ladies very worse for wear who had obviously bought an all you can drink drinks package dressed up for gala night in short mini dresses and high heels, one had fallen over and landed on her knees with her bottom high up in the air and elbows on the floor but managed to not spill her cocktail, her drunken friend was laughing at her and screaming to get up and go get some more but the view towards us was of her skirt hiked up and her bare bottom in the air, both men looked and then suddenly found the elevator numbers fascinating, as the lift doors closed one lady quietly said, I think she forgot to put something on when getting dressed, the other lady said I think she has a thong on, to which one man replied I thought she had high heels on not thongs but she forgot her knickers and he promptly got an elbow in the ribs, for non Aussies flip flops are called thongs down here and we wear em on our feet ��

 

bawhahahaha THAT is funny

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Breakfast in MDR all very civilised Canadian family on table next door mum, dad and 2 monsters! Screaming shouting all meal until mum eventualling looked up from her phone to say "Josh stop sticking your fork in Calebs leg" and went back to her phone. I looked over and there were forks sticking out of Calebs leg and a decent amount of blood!

Sounds like a hockey player. Canadians, eh?

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Not necessarily crazy, but one of the funniest interactions I've witnessed (another line). Was in a fairly full elevator, and a couple managed to just squeeze in. As the doors closed an alarm went off, a button reading "overweight" started flashing, and the doors opened. The woman who had just boarded shoved the man she was with off the elevator, shouted "No buffet for you tomorrow!", pushed the door close button, and we were off leaving him standing there.

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