LMAO...ok ok I meant to say a dog or some animal with FOUR legs...it's no fucking stingray for sure though...DORK>
or a decapitated BOSS? hmmm that's an interesting one.
I still think a monkey is the most likely thing. It's weird...that's for sure. You sure you didn't piss off your steward??LOL
Pretty sure it's a monkey. I forgot to comment on that earlier.
Imagine a naked chicken you get at the store, a roaster or whatever they're called. Now, imagine said naked chicken hanging by it's wings. And that's what I see. I don't know why they would make you a naked chicken though, raw meat is yucky! haha!
Yes, I see naked dead chicken hanging by it's wings and it was a well endowed boy chicken. Thank you MyFrogs!
I think it's a monkey too!
I think your steward was skunk drunk and didn't give a rat's butt what he made. It doesn't look like any animal I have ever seen.Evidently some of us non-Catholics are being a little obtuse about Ash Wednesday huh?
a lobster perhaps?k
Slaughtered pig. Seriously.
Oh my goodness Kat! What a week, huh? I'm finally getting around to reading all your cruise posts... I'm glad you had some fun, even though you were sort of dreading it.I think the NO internet access would have been the worst part!Oh, and.... we'll have ONE more shot this summer - going to San Antonio for a week in June. Surely we'll drive through Dallas again - if you can force yourself to meet us there. (hehe... I know you LOVE Dallas so!)
What ever it is..it has a Weeiner!LOL!
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I think that towel thing is very suspicious! And that the cabin boy is trying to tell you something. I took that same cruise a few years ago and while it wasn't bad, I felt just a bit claustrophobic. And I had heard that there was free dessert, many varieties, and one could have as many as one wanted. I never did find that although I did search for it. My friend and I wanted to run around the upper deck every morning but the wind was so powerful and my friend was so small, some staff asked her not to go up there for fear she'd be blown off the ship. I was also disappointed in Jamaica--particularly because my last boyfriend was from there and was raised there. But that was inland and when we got to his former home area, it was lovely. In town, it looked to me like they were expecting a civil riot any moment--lots of policemen around and every house had burglar bars. Still glad I saw it though. Welcome home!
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