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Old June 30th, 2008, 10:24 PM
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Please don't start this again !!!



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Oh oh, sorry I asked. My imagination is going full speed. I was a flight attendant for 30 years and I have a weird interest in bad behavior. I guess I understand not wanting to bring up something that causes that knot of disbelief at another's actions. I'll try and figure out how to remove this post. So sorry. Su~
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Su, dont worry about removing this post.. .. You asked a simple question..The subject is a crazy one, that's why there was such a reaction.

A couple, who have been banned from Royal Caribbean was the subject. If you do a search on this site. maybe, to back in May or so, you will be able to read along, and see what happened, and it is an OY, trust me:):):)
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Hi "Trip" - What is an old "OY" ???
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Hi "Trip" - What is an old "OY" ???
OY - int. Yiddish (OY) Perhaps the most popular Yiddish expression, oy conveys dozens of emotions, from surprise, joy, and relief to pain, fear and grief. Sometimes used as oy vay (short for oy vay iz mir), meaning "Oh, woe is me,) and oy gevalt, a cry of desperate protest.
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Hi "Trip" - What is an old "OY" ???
OY - int. Yiddish (OY) Perhaps the most popular Yiddish expression, oy conveys dozens of emotions, from surprise, joy, and relief to pain, fear and grief. Sometimes used as oy vay (short for oy vay iz mir), meaning "Oh, woe is me,) and oy gevalt, a cry of desperate protest.
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Hi "Trip" - What is an old "OY" ???
OY - int. Yiddish (OY) Perhaps the most popular Yiddish expression, oy conveys dozens of emotions, from surprise, joy, and relief to pain, fear and grief. Sometimes used as oy vay (short for oy vay iz mir), meaning "Oh, woe is me,) and oy gevalt, a cry of desperate protest.
Well, my DH's family is Jewish - I though they spelled it "Oye".
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