Here's an article for a good laugh

The title is misleading, it's an article about how awful cruises are and the reasons you shouldn't go on one.  Obviously from someone that has never cruised or had one and it was bad.  I giggled all through the piece.  Hope this woman never steps on a cruise ship again, sounds like she's a kill joy.

 

https://www.cheatsheet.com/culture/awful-reasons-never-take-cruise-again.html/?a=viewall

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What a dork ...guess in today's day and age, anybody can be a commentator Angry

I can agree with a few points but not mum else.  Doctor's and policing

I am glad the writer will not cruising.  With an attitude like that from a fellow a passenger, I'd want to jump ship.Wink

 

116 people missing in a four year time span out of the thousands of people on cruise ships (crew and passengers).  It is sad anyone goes missing, but you can twist statistics to indicate any number of things.

Wow, all the bad news in one article..... looks like an equal to a police report for a year in Detroit.

Total. B.S..

I think it's the best article I have ever read about cruising......scare people away so prices drop for those of us smart enough to know better.

Good point Just me... We should all start writing negative reviews as well... Sounds like this is a good cruise topic to post.  Think I'll do it.  I need the points

Nay sayers.  Spend 4 years on a fram 2 naval destroyer and you will love everything on a cruise ship

I will agree with the article's title -- those are some awful reasons!

What a negative Nancy!

Found a statistic that said 25 million people cruise per year... WOW.

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