IF you get into a disagreement with your traveling companion, what is it usually about?

My son and I rarely argue when we cruise together (except over the luggage). My husband and I stopped arguing years ago because it was a waste of time.  However, I have seen many couples in very heated "discussions" when cruising. 

What's the argument about?  If you do argue, how do you resolve it?

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Looking at other woman?

 

I'm from the "I don't care where you get your appetite as long as you eat at home" schoolWink

Well then. You're the exception to the rule, eh?

Someone walks the plank....Big Smile

That would be cool contest on board during port days and the contestants can rate the person walking the plank. 

 

My wife wants to leave me home, and I keep insisting on going with her on the cruise.

DH admits that I am right and we sail on :)

I'm the same as DebbieVi - just because you're on a diet, doesn't mean you can't look at the bakery window. Or, you can look but not touch. 

 

I can't think of Mike and I ever having a disagreement on vacation because we are both so relaxed and stress free.

Usually our arguments involve whose turn it is to get up and go to the bar.

Strangely enough, no matter how long we discuss it, it is always my turn.

That poor man. Crying

Big Smile

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