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I'll also add that you've been on Cruise Critic too much when you can't remember their name when you see them on a cruise, so you call them by their Cruise Critic Handle.

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When you often experience seeing crews that you met previously from another ship and itinerary.

 

 

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When you often experience seeing crews that you met previously from another ship and itinerary.

 

 

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And they remember what you like.

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Same as "easyboy" and "GUT" ...

Crew members from past cruises who even remember what you like. :D

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I was going to say when you can read the barcode on your luggage tags. But those are gone now.

Perhaps the future answer will be when you can telepathically read what the Medallion is transmitting.

 

For me it is when I look at a bar menu or MDR menu and wonder why the item I suddenly remember last ordering half a dozen cruises ago is no longer there.

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When your table is not ready and you retreat to vines......then the maitre de hotel comes looking for you and escorts you to your table.

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When you remember walking on the gangway to board, then later using a walker to board, then later being pushed in a chair to board ...... then after someone else takes you on board..... you say ...'where am I?

 

When I get to the point I need to go into 'care' I would prefer someone to put me into the kind of care where I get to view the ocean go by rather than watching the grass grow in some 'retirement home'.

 

 

Much respect to all our long time cruising friends that keep themselves young on a ship that I am yet to meet.

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Sailed Princess too much? We'll let you know if that day ever comes. Don't hold your breath. :D

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When on the Sapphire and Diamond you know the secret passage to get from the Wake View Bar into the International Dining Room without going up the stairs, out through Club Confusion and back down to Fiesta Deck.

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When you remember walking on the gangway to board, then later using a walker to board, then later being pushed in a chair to board ...... then after someone else takes you on board..... you say ...'where am I?

 

When I get to the point I need to go into 'care' I would prefer someone to put me into the kind of care where I get to view the ocean go by rather than watching the grass grow in some 'retirement home'.

 

 

Much respect to all our long time cruising friends that keep themselves young on a ship that I am yet to meet.

;)Ah yes DW and I remember all of that but then we forget it all. Just stay as young as you are, every day's a blessing. ;)

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You have figured out the Trident grills secret plate code
What *is* the Trident grill secret plate code?

 

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When on the Sapphire and Diamond you know the secret passage to get from the Wake View Bar into the International Dining Room without going up the stairs, out through Club Confusion and back down to Fiesta Deck.
LOL,we did that and got told off.Its crew only,but no sign saying that.There was a bloke in a little office in there shouting out to us,we just pretended we were deaf and carried on walking.

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When you have a medallion implant
Good idea,if you get lost on shore,just go to the nearest vet and they will take you back to the ship.

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What *is* the Trident grill secret plate code?

 

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Have you ever stood in the line, sometimes it’s very long and they take lots of orders in advance, the way they arrange the plate and orientation of the patten is what the order is. Cheese burger, burger hotdog. 7 days at sea does this to you.

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When you often experience seeing crews that you met previously from another ship and itinerary.

 

 

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And they know you by name. :D

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Knowing whats for dinner without looking at the menu! Worse, knowing what you are going to choose!

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Knowing what's good on the menu, and for the pool, taking off any sign on a lounge that says "reserved", also moving lounge chairs to your specified location, as one from one side, another from another side and placing them next to each other at a "special location", all the time a Princess pool "guard" looks at you and says nothing

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No such thing as too much, unless I'm broke, but I'll play.

 

When all your "grocery totes" have a sea witch logo on them. :cool:

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Good idea,if you get lost on shore,just go to the nearest vet and they will take you back to the ship.

Oh my goodness-funniest thing I have read-hope people do understand what you meant-dog people will.

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No such thing as too much, unless I'm broke, but I'll play.

 

When all your "grocery totes" have a sea witch logo on them. :cool:

 

We only have 8 cruses but yes, "most" of our grocery totes have the sea witch logo on them. :) We are sooooooooo far from "too many times".

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When you return home and wonder what day it is because the bathroom rug doesn't have the day of the week embroidered on to it.

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Oh my goodness-funniest thing I have read-hope people do understand what you meant-dog people will.
And cat people ,lol.

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No such thing as too much, unless I'm broke, but I'll play.

 

When all your "grocery totes" have a sea witch logo on them. :cool:

 

Love those totes ! I take them to my crafts class with all my crating supplies in them, and those totes are real conversation-starters.

 

Can never have too many days on board Princess. Cruising is really, really fun. :hearteyes: - EBC

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Got more than 1 pat of butter on Crown?

LOL, LOL

Finally a funny reply :)

 

Srpilo

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When you can't recall which ship you're on, but you know where everything is because it's in the same place on all the Princess ships (except Regal/Royal -- haven't been on them or the small ships).

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When you can't recall which ship you're on, but you know where everything is because it's in the same place on all the Princess ships (except Regal/Royal -- haven't been on them or the small ships).

 

Actually, you are a true Princess addict if you can recite the tiny obscure differences between the Grand/Golden/Star version, the Diamond/Sapphire version, and the Crown/Emerald/Ruby version of the Grand-class ships.

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Your waiter knows your order for every nightly menu.

 

 

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When you go to the dining room the first night and the headwaiter remembers you by name, as do several of the waitstaff!!

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