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very chessy.



1) Any form of entertainment (music, movies) or aesthetic (hair style, photo pose) that the status quo has deemed fully open to ridicule, usually with no explanation. More specifically, the status quo here being that of Generation X. "tacky" and "dated" are closely related words, but far from being exact synonyms.


2) Anything the speaker doesn't like, which makes it an immensely vague adjective


3) A term embraced by young self-proclaimed non-conformists, to hypocritically distinguish what they've been taught to dislike from what they've been taught to like


"Family Ties? That show was so cheesy!"

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Depends on if you and your kids are interested in Pirates and their history in Nassau. If you find that stuff cool then yes you and yours will love it. Nassau was a real pirate town a very colorful history even had several lady pirates. Inside is a ships model you go thru and just stuff to read and listen to. All kinda of a history lesson come to think of it. This is pretty much unguided tour with voice overs. As for the neighborhood it is downtown and a short walk from the boat. And safe as anywhere else near the boat.

It is old downtown but I promise there are plenty of worse places in Nassau. No reason to worry for your safety enjoy it if you go.

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