2) Take them home so they can be savored during a cruise blues attack.
if I have company that spends the night and they are cruise feinds like me, then they a chocolate on their pillow and turndown service each night. :O)
I'm of the eat it right now school.....many years ago when we went on the Mississippi Queen with the entire family I didn't realize that my husband was putting his pillow top chocolates into my purse to save them....of course the first thing I did when we got back to Orlando was go to the laundromat (thank goodness those days are over!).....still not knowing the chocs. were there. I found them when I dug into my purse at the Popeyes drive thru to pay for my iced tea......came out with a hand full of melted chocolate. Yuck......
Since we have early seating and stop back in our cabin right after dinner and before the show, my husband eats his then. I usually save mine for a late night snack when we finally return to the cabin and go to bed. Or - sometimes I save all of mine until the very last day when I'm feeling sad that the cruise is ending. I like to give myself a little treat.
No question about it....EAT THEM IMMEDIATELY. And I usually gobble up Gary's too.
Mary Lou Scanlon
NCL Pride of America April 24, 2010
NCL Epic February 12, 2011
RCCL Allure of the Seas - September 18, 2011
Celebrity Eclipse - February 11, 2012:
RCCL Navigator OTS - February 9, 2013
mmmm,....not sure i should realte this story...ok... I will. The first time I saw them, on my first cruise....I thought they were pats of butter left over from the last cruise. I found one on the floor. I eat them imediately...then ask the room stewart for more....giggle. Bob
I eat some (DSH does not enjoy chocolate as much as I do), and take some home to the kids, if they are not with us. If they ARE with us, I am lucky if I get one, unless it is mint, then the boys make sure I get at least one. The last cruise we took without the kids I asked our room steward for a few extra to take home for the kids, and he gave me a huge handful to take. He and my husband had hit it off well (both from the Philippines) during that week, and we spent quite a bit of time talking to him.