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People falling off the ship

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LUV2Cruz2

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#21
Awww come on Coffee.....drunks are people too...and there are many people who don't usually drink who have been advised to have a good time and let it all hang out ...which includes drinking, partying and whooping it up!

Let's say Ms. Neverdrankbeforethiscruise, was having a great time in the casino, kept hitting the quarter machines and bar service kept visiting her little stool at the machine. Ms. Neverdrankbeforethiscruise just kept on drinking and having a great time. Then, unbeknownst to her, there was Mr. Cruisesoftentopickupchicks watching her. Mr. Cruisesoftentopickupchicks offers to take Ms.Neverdrankbeforethiscruise to her stateroom so she can put her winnings away.

Of course Ms.Neverdrankbeforethiscruise wasn't quite her normal self due to the unusual amount of libations consumed so she takes him up on his offer. I mean, you'e on a ship, for crying out loud, what could happen? Nevertheless, Ms.Neverdrankbeforethiscruise goes into her balcony stateroom and walks out to get some fresh air and Mr. Cruisesoftentopickupchicks follows her and just as he goes to reach for Ms.Neverdrankbeforethiscruise to shake her hand goodnight Ms.Neverdrankbeforethiscruise jumps up on the railing to demonstrate her agility and ......OFF.....she floats....into the night. Down, down, down...her quarters creating more weight on her delicate feminine body than the famous blue diamond made famous on the movie The Titantic.

The last sound coming from her ever descending, floating body are the strains of...."My Heart Will Go On"..........=sinking
 
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jester95008

Guest
#26
Funny one Hebert .. but you know , its not so funny if you have a loved one that is missing from this. Look at Amy , a beautiful young lady that has been missing for 8 yrs now. Do you think she's still treading water in the middle of the ocean?
Its a rough way to go and feel this is an excellent topic because it does make people aware of what could happen if you jumped off
 
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DanielR2004

Guest
#27
Seeing as how we're all level headed adults, I don't think we'll have to worry about falling off the ship on normal circumstances.

-Daniel
 
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Hamp 6.5

Guest
#28
I was on the Conquest in May 2003 and a man fell overboard. The ship did not stop but they did call the coast guard. They tried to keep it hush hush but when people are whispering, and the crew in white are walking around asking questions, I'm listening!
He was on his honeymoon and fell off his balcony. His wife said he had too much to drink and was kidding around on the rails.
 
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LUV2Cruz2

Guest
#30
I heard drowning was the best way to die...I don't know how anyone knows this unless someone was drowning and was saved or something. I don't think I wanna try it.
 
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coffeecups

Guest
#31
I thought the newspaper in New Orleans mentioned that the man had drunk heavily and was arguing with his wife. He then went too close to the balcony and/or was shoved and lost his balance against the rail. I wasn't there so I am not sure what happened. I do know that someone from the crew stayed with the woman all night and after she got home, never contacted her again. This I assumed from a previous post here or review here a few months ago. Once again, it involved OVER DRINKING.



coffeecups
 
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LUV2Cruz2

Guest
#32
Well, hopefully he was soused enough that he never knew he was a gonner!

Or MAYBE...he never really drowned......maybe he made plans with someone to be out there to pick him up at a certain point in the cruise to fake a disappearance. Maybe he was married to a woman he wanted to get away from.

...MAYBE....the little wifey pushed him.......

The mysteries of the sea.......
 
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debbies-cruising

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#33
luv2cruz2....you should have been a writer...you could have made a bundle and more... =twocents