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The storms last week and this week a passenger is lost at sea, I will miss Funville because they crawl out of the wood work like bugs to complain how Carnival ruined their cruise steering clear of the storms and not getting to the port they wanted to, and then there would be those beating up the OPW for complaining and sometimes one individual would apologizes on behave of Carnival.  Needed plenty of pop corn for those times.

 

ctav

Tags: Carnival Cruise Lines

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I was just reading some of the reviews from the cruise that had the Listing issue. The person had a genuine opinion and feeling and people jumped down their throat... smh

We are low drama here and tend to be very happy that way.   We had one insulting member that always argued with people but he is long gone.

This is pretty much a popcorn free zone -- although we have had our momentsBig Smile

Buttered Popcorn is good stuff. 

 

Truth.  

This forum is definitely low on drama. 

Low on drama is definitely a good thing. 

I miss some of the snarkiness.  But then again, no one comes on here asking if they can bring their own rice cooker,  even if they promise to use it in a safe manner.  Big Smile

How about if you hide the rice cooker in a microwave? My brother's sister in law's friend does it all the timeBig Smile

Whoever said there is no such thing as a stupid question, never read some of the stuff on FV.

Even Darwin would have been shaking his head.

No need to bring a microwave--I learned on FV that there is one in your closet.

At least someone thought that's what the safe was Surprised

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