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post #31 of 42
Now, now ... you should have known better than to book a cruise to Hell.

The crowd in your video is ... well ... 'something.' My guess would be ... you were on a Carnival or NCL ship.

May I suggest a couple of cruise lines that will be a little better -- and yes, a bit more expensive although they won't break the bank -- such as Celebrity or Cunard. These lines tend to attract a very limited number of the 'lets duke it out' crowd. Moreover, Hell is not as likely to be on the itenary.

If money is less of an object, I suggest booking a more 'up market' cruise line such as Seabourn, Regent, and Silversea. Your fare will cost you significantly more ($600 to $1000 a day per person) but the type of passenger these lines attract just doesn't get into fights. That said, you'll need to work on improving the wardrobe as cargo shorts won't do.

For the ultimate experience, I suggest a good friend with a yacht. The cost on board is relatively inexpensive but when in port you might be expected to pick up the occasional lunch in a better restaurant.
Edited by RSS - 8/22/11 at 2:24pm
post #32 of 42
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

lol @ bmore having a tourist board. our tourism is people driving downtown to score smack.
Your museum is worth a visit. While they aren't tourist sites ... you have some great older neighborhoods with beautiful homes.
Edited by RSS - 8/22/11 at 11:18am
post #33 of 42
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post

Now, now ... you should have known better than to book a cruise to Hell.

The crowd in your video is ... well ... 'something.' My guess would be ... you were on a Carnival or NCL ship.

May I suggest a couple of cruise lines that will be a little better -- and yes, a bit more expensive although they won't break the bank -- such as Celebrity or Cunard. These lines tend to attract a very limited number of the 'lets duke it out' crowd. Moreover, Hell is not as likely to be on the itenary.

If money is less of an object, I suggest booking a more 'up market' cruise line such as Seabourn, Regent, and Silversea. Your fare will cost you significantly more ($600 to $1000 a day per person) but the type of passenger these lines attract just don't get into fights. That said, you'll need to work on improving the wardrobe as cargo shorts won't do.

For the ultimate experience, I suggest a good friend with a yacht. The cost on board is relatively inexpensive but when in port you might be expected to pick up the occasional lunch in a better restaurant.


I feel like this is less of an actual cruise trip and more of a 'day-cruise' aka. we're going to drink on this ferry while it takes us around centre island.
post #34 of 42
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I feel like this is less of an actual cruise trip and more of a 'day-cruise' aka. we're going to drink on this ferry while it takes us around centre island.
I had based my assessment of the crowd on the still and not the video. Having just watched the video I have one question for the original poster given that he cares enough about style/fashion to be a member of Style Forum. Do you really lack sufficient judgment that you'll place yourself in such a setting with that kind of people? I'd have to look really hard to find a bunch of people that trashy. nod[1].gif
Edited by RSS - 8/22/11 at 3:34pm
post #35 of 42
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Originally Posted by fareau View Post

Why does this thread immediately come to mind? No disrespect to the OP, but the language is eerily familiar....

http://www.styleforum.net/t/217047/brag-thread

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post #36 of 42
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thats not me.

dude looks gayer than a bag of prolapsed assholes.
post #37 of 42
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post

I had based my assessment of the crowd on the still and not the video. Having just watched the video I have one question for the original poster given that he cares enough about style/fashion to be a member of Style Forum. Do you really lack sufficient judgment that you'll place yourself in such a setting with that kind of people? I'd have to look really hard to find a bunch of people that trashy. nod[1].gif

Definitively not the QEII...
post #38 of 42
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post

For the ultimate experience, I suggest a good friend with a yacht. The cost on board is relatively inexpensive but when in port you might be expected to pick up the occasional lunch in a better restaurant.



If you're volunteering, I could always use another yacht buddy.
post #39 of 42
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Definitively not the QEII...
It certainly isn't! That said, the QE2 ... well ... sadly, it is no longer making it's way on the Atlantic. It's in the Middle East to become a 'hotel' when/if the economy comes back. Curnard now gives you the Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, & Queen Elizabeth.
post #40 of 42
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post

I had based my assessment of the crowd on the still and not the video. Having just watched the video I have one question for the original poster given that he cares enough about style/fashion to be a member of Style Forum. Do you really lack sufficient judgment that you'll place yourself in such a setting with that kind of people? I'd have to look really hard to find a bunch of people that trashy. nod[1].gif

Dude wears cargo shorts and videotapes street fights. Just saying.
post #41 of 42
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Dude wears cargo shorts and videotapes street fights. Just saying.

A bit violent for a rasta anyway...
post #42 of 42
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what's wrong with cargo shorts?

comfortable and casual in the summer time.


What do you wear?

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