Saturday, April 21, 2007

The Saturday Seven: Things NOT To Do While at Sea

Other than when they sink, cruise ships are a great way to vacation and travel. Although this is only my second time, I’ve decided I really like cruises. There is plenty to do onboard, with something to meet everyone’s interests. Looking over all the daily activities the cruise staff plan, it made me realize all the things I would not be caught dead doing while on this cruise. This inspired me to write this week’s edition of:The Saturday Seven: Things NOT To Do While at Sea
(these are actual events listed by the Princess Cruise Ship)

1. "Shuffleboard": If I ever submit to this, somebody push me overboard
2. Ceramics @ Sea: I hate ceramics on land, why would I spend anytime doing this here?
3. "Scavenger Hunt": It’s always for tacky stuff to introduce you to things on the ship so you spend more money, like the brochure from the Spa, a drink umbrella from one of the tropical drink bars, or a golf ball from the Pro Shop.
4. "Scrapbooking @ Sea": I hate scrapbooks.
5. "Karaoke Madness": The military would have used this tactic on terrorist prisoners, but it’s against the Warsaw Treaty
6. "Bridge Lessons": I ‘m sure some passengers die of old age while playing this game, don’t they?
7. "Brain Waves Quiz & Trivia": Too may cocktails make this game a hazard really.

Bonus: "Wooden Horse racing": Perfect for those who need a psychiatric exam or never mentally progressed past age 4.

-Rick Rockhill
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Michael said...

Aw, come on! Wooden horse racing is fun! ;-)

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

ha ha ha ha ha... perfect!!!

smiles, bee


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