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Old July 20th, 2004, 12:59 PM
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Okay, not technically a gripe, but I want to hear what is the most outrageous, rude, inconsiderate thing you have ever seen happen on a cruise. I will go first:

It wasn't really rude or inconsiderate, but it was outrageous...

my friend and i were snorkeling off the beach at chakanaab when we came up behind a couple who did not see or hear us. Yes, they were in the throws of "flagrante delecto". Let me tell you, it is a whole new perspective seeing it underwater. My friend and I both surfaced and then the couple saw us ( we were within 2 ft. of them) and swam away redfaces.

In the lounge, I saw a lady dance up to my friend and his buddy, rub herself in all those private places you don't speak about in public. The guys gave her a very bored look and she sculked away...the thing is, she did not know if this guy was with me. I was standing next to him, and at the time, my husband was standing behind us getting drinks.

We had waitress and bartenders totally ignore us in the Bahamas

how about some of your stories...

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I have already mentioned this incident somewhere on this website.

My wife and I sailed on the Miracle out of Baltimore. The day that we sailed it was an extremely hot day. A man and woman came into the terminal behind us. While we were standing in the line to be processed she started complaining about needing a wheelchair. And one was provided. Then she felt that she should be allowed to move to the head of the line. That request was denied. Of which she was very upset.

For whatever reason she processed quicker than me and my wife....but she was just ahead of us as we walked up the gangway. Once on the ship she stood up, pushed the wheelchair over to one of the crew that was inprocessing passesngers and said "Here, I won't be needing this anymore". And walked away. Didn't even say Thank you....not that I thought that she would have.

As asked the crewmember if there is anything that she could do about what this passenger had done....to which she replied "No - What would you like for me to do?"
REFUND her money, ESCORT her off the ship, and say HAVE A NICE DAY. Well that didn't happen.
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GLW I think of all the things in the world that boil my blood that does it I can't stand people that say they need help like that just to get ahead. I probably would of spilled a drink on her on formal night.
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Old July 20th, 2004, 08:15 PM
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I had a simliar experience in Fort Lauderdale a few years back. We stayed at the Amerisuites hotel near the port. It is a common place for cruisers to stay since the rooms are nice and they have a good continental breakfast. The hotel has only three carts for their guest baggage and their is always a line for them. My wife and I had breakfast with our boys. We were looking forward to a week on the Grand Princess. We noticed a long line for the carts but one of the three carts had someones cases on it and pushes in the corner. After we ate we went for a walk with the boys. When we came back the cart was still in the corner with the same cases on it. We went back to the room and the kids watched cartoons for about two hours until it was time to go. At 11:30 I went down stairs to get a cart. Again I saw the same cart with the same cases in the corner of the lobby. A nice gent and I got into a nice conversation while wating and I mentined the story about the cart. Then out of the blue an older women perhaps in ther late sixties walked up and started to move the cart. We approached her and asked if those were her cases. She said yes in an unfriedly way and asked us why it was our business. We told her that people have been waiting hours for a cart, many of them seniors themselves. Her reply was "So thats not my problem and I don't care".
I was dumb founded at this persons lack of respect for others. The fellow wanted to say something bad to her but I told him she would never understand. I went back up to the room and brought our cases down by had. I was so angry my blood was pumping anyway. I felt bad for the other guest who did not share my young years and strenght.
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Part of the solution is to keep accommodations for conditions, whether they be handicaps or age, in line with the condition, and to require medical proof for anything that actually could be an attractive way of getting better service than others without foundation. Folks who need wheelchairs need wheelchairs -- if anything, such folks can then wait in queue longer than others. They don't need to be deliberately processed faster (and as you indicated, it seems that they weren't -- they just happened to process a little faster). Folks in wheelchairs don't need to go to the head of the queue: The need wide lanes, and ramps. Institutions are better-off expending their resources in those directions, rather than making wheelchair use so attractive that so many folks take advantage of accommodations, so many that there aren't enough wheelchairs for those who really need them!
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On a cruise from Boston to Bermuda on Celebrity's Meridian we saw a lady throw a pie in the face of the cruise director. It was passenger talent night. She came onstage dressed as a baker carrying the pie she just walked out and hit him right in the face. Everyone was stunned no one moved. It was obvious it was not part of the show and the cd was not expecting it. He just left the stage and went to clean up while the crew cleaned up the mess. It was uncomfortable and everyone was silent. The woman just went to her seat and sat there as if she had done something really funny.

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Another one from the Meridian cruise. One woman was on a campaign to stamp out smokers. She accosted everyone that she saw smoking. Loudly ranting that she hated smoke. One poor man was trying to enjoy a cigar after dinner on deck. She went up to him and screamed that he was ruining her cruise and she would have to leave the ship in Bermuda and fly home. Every day she targeted someone to yell at about smoking.

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oh the stories i could tell,
wheelchair misuse is rife, i had a woman DEMAND a wheelchair for her husband at the airport the other day, so i dully rang the company who provides them (it is all outsourced to a specialist company) who said ok ten to fifeteen minutes. i asked her to take a seat and explained they would be along shortly. Well she went mad, it's too long, my husband can't wait that long, he can't walk!! Sure enough off she goes to her husband and they strolled off to check in together, no problem. And where were they going? paris, you have to walk miles in paris to see everything how were they going to get around there without a wheelchair? It really makes me mad when people who don't need a chair demand one, how can they abuse a facility ment for those in need of them?
a guy demand i "just get on with it" when i was trying to sort out a lost ticket " just hurry up will you." Outrageous!
A woman "going to the bathroom" in front of check in.
You just would not believe the stuff we see.

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A WOMAN GOING TO THE BATHROOM IN FRONT OF THE CHECKIN???

YOU WIN!!!!!!

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Old July 21st, 2004, 02:28 PM
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this may seem dumb, but i HATE it when there's a song playing and people clap on the wrong beat!! i'm a drummer so everything involving tempo must be perfect.
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There are people in this world that just don't have any rhythm.
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Old July 21st, 2004, 03:14 PM
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and there is always that on drunk loud lady when you are leaving port. I swear, it is the same lady, everytime we go, shrieking and cat calling on the bow.....

I wish my mother would stay home the next time!!!

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Tell you a story that some here might think that I was the one being outrageous. Several years ago my wife and I were our shopping one Saturday. And we happened to be in the neighborhood of one of our favorite restraunts.

We walked into the Lobby and there was a young girl standing talking on the phone. She was chomping on a piece of gum and she would open her mouth as wide as the Grand Canyon. And it was obvious that she was not taking a business call. She said that she would be with us in a minute. Well the longer that we stood there the clearer it became that she was talking to her boyfriend. And at one point she actually turned her back to us. And continued her conversation.

Well after standing there for about 5 minutes, I had enough. And I did one of those clearing of the throat things....and she said I me I told you that I would be with you in a minute. I reached over, took the phone out of her hand, told the person on the other end, that she was working and she would call her on her break and hung the phone up.
Well as you can imagine this did not go over to well with her. And with about every cuss word that she could muster....she told me so. So, I told her that I would like to see the manger and we would discuss her attitude. And of course her being on the phone.

Also, I forgot to mention that by the time I had hung up the phone, several other people were now standing in the lobby....well I got a standing oviation. Lets see, they were standing and clapping....yep that makes it a standing oviation.

Well, let just say that everyone that was standing in the Lobby got a free lunch and when we left the girl was no where to be seen.
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I may be guilty of one thing when my kids were 3 and 6 months and my wife and I were traveling, we had alot of stuff along with a pack and play and a stroller we would go to the lobby at night take a luggage cart and keep it our room until we checked out which was usually before 8 a.m. sorry but now I have confessed.
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I still want to know what a woman was doing going to the bathroom in front of checkin. There's got to be more to that story!

I was snorkeling off Pinel Island (near Orient Beach, St. Martin) in shallow water, about waist high. I was paying attention to the sea floor and not what was going on around me. A guy startled me when he jumped out of a sailboat about 2 feet in front of me. As many of you know, Orient Beach is also a nude beach. When I popped my head up, his masculinity was in full view, right at my eye level. At least he was fit!
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This wasn't on vacation, but I was working in my dad's pediatric office and a lady changed her son's soiled diaper in the middle of the waiting room and then threw it into the trash can in there, and we didnt notice until we noticed the awful stench.
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Ok, I know this has nothing to do with cruise ships, cruise lines, or cruising, but I have to share my most outrageous moment.

When my daughter was just starting to talk, and was in the age where they copy what you say I took her out one night to do some grocery shopping. We had just had our son, so my wife was pretty fried so I thought it would give her a bit of a break for us to go out and get our errands run.

While in the check out line at the store there was a nice older lady who was smiling at my daughter and waving to her while I unloaded the cart. When I was done and looked back her way she asked me why I was out with my daughter alone. I said that we had just come to do some shopping. She proceeded to go off on a rant about how fathers aren’t capable of taking care of young children by themselves, and that her mother should have been there.

I was pretty stunned. I mean I didn’t think anybody could believe something so ridiculous. I responded with a weak, “Are you serious?” She said that she was and that it was a scientific fact that only mothers have the ability to care for young children.

After a moment of silence I said, “Her mommy isn’t with us tonight because she died in giving birth to Sarah here. She’s in heaven now.” The expression on this ladies face was priceless. She bent down to my daughter and patted her on the cheek and told her that she was so sorry and that she was sure her mommy was in heaven. Sarah then replied, “Mommy’s in heaven.”

I have often thought afterward if I should have revealed the truth, but you know sometimes it’s good to teach a lesson on why you should think before talking. Sometimes I feel guilty, but my wife uses this to get me to go to the store because she can’t since she’s in heaven. It was a very amusing moment for me as a father.

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Wow - each time we are in Cozumel - we always go to Dzul Ha to do our snorkeling. Based on the information from this site - I am going to Channakab next time!!
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at least she made it to heavan, if it were the mother of my children we were talking about.......
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delech I must say I can relate to your post. I went back to college last year to become a history teacher and switched places with my wife. She works to help me reach my goal. I not only was on the deans list last semester, I also took care of all the house work, shopping and dinners at home. My wife works on Sunday so it is me that gets the kids ready for church. When we go shopping my sons and daughter hardly ever give me a problem. They are well behaved. I can take them anywhere and not have a problem. I have gotten some really rude stares from a lot of women who are much like the person who you encountered. It is strange that this double standard exists for men. It is true that I can not breast feed my young daughter but I know when she needs a bottle or a diaper change. Men are capable of doing the same jobs that our moms used to do. Does that irritate some people? I will say one thing. Men and Women are getting closer to true equality when each other can handle either task without any preconceived notions as to what sex is responsible for.
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I don't know why that would irritate people. To me, it's wonderful seeing a father out alone with his children.
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The most outrageous thing that happened to me was actually done by the Hotel Manager on the Carnival Pride.

We had just returned from the 7 day inaugural cruise to the Eastern Caribbean where everything was just about as perfect as it could have been. The last day was a sea day and we had spent most of the day laying in the sun and playing in the casino. I had won some money at blackjack and was happy that most of my onboard charges were covered by my winnings. We had a fabulous dinner and went to bed for the night. Then it happened.

When we woke the next day back in port the Hotel Manager told us we had to LEAVE! I didn't want to go since I had some extra money but he had the nerve to tell me my room was booked by somebody else for the next cruise!!!!! No begging or pleading convinced him that the room belonged to me, so I left.

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I got a good one. On a recent Voyager sailing, there were problems getting deck chairs. Each day it would get worse. People would come out early in the morning and put stuff on chairs to hold them. Then they would get breakfast or go back to the room and back to sleep for a while. There were hurricanes in the area so we had to skip 2 stops (4 sea days) but the weather was perfect. By the final sea day, my wife and I got up early to get seats and were on deck by 8am. We found chairs but it was comical. Every seat on deck had stuff on it but there was only a couple of dozen people outside.

So this guy comes out and is looking for a chair. He waits for about 20 minutes. Finally, he goes to a chair in front of us and removes the towel from the chair and lays down. We had been there for at least 1/2 hr before that and didn't see anyone using the chair in question or any others around it. 1/2 hour later, this woman comes out and starts an argument with the guy because she was "saving" the chair for one of her family members. She then proceeded to explain that all 12 chairs in the area were being saved for her family. She was furious at how she took the trouble to reserve the chairs went back to her cabin "TO WATCH A MOVIE" and now he is stealing one of her chairs!

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Thomas - that's funny - the exact same thing happened to us - I think we should do something about that - like revolting. Wait - my dh says I already am - revolting I mean. Thanks for the laugh - TTFN Jennifer
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One of our ports on our cruise last fall was Key West. While we were there, my husband needed to make a phone call, which he did at a public phone on a corner. He needed to jot down some information, but I hadn't brought a purse so I had no pen. There was a booth right there at the corner we were at, a booth advertising for one of the hotels there.
I asked the man working at this booth if I could borrow a pen, and he held out a jar that was stuffed with dollar bills. He said "nothing is free around here." I told him I didn't even have my purse with me, and could I please just borrow a pen?! He would NOT let me borrow one unless I paid him something! While I was standing there another man came up and asked this guy for directions to a particular street. The booth guy again held out the jar of money, collected a dollar from the tourist, and said "that street is the next one over."
Then I realized that the hotel associated with this booth was just down the street, so I went in to report my disgust with their employee. I verbally gave my report, then was asked to fill out a written complaint, and while I was doing so, I could see from the window that the man from the booth was being escorted away. I was told he had immediately been fired.
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why do people as you a question and then argue with you? i just this minute had it happen, you have to be so patient not to get into an argument.
as for the check in bathroom story, i swear it is true apparentelt the passenger was confused! go figure.

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had to bo on NCL Sun I think. Of course we have all seen our share of rude and unhappy cruisers. Every ship has a few and every cruise I have talked with at least one person that was not enjoying the experience, but the worst was 2 1/2 years ago. It started almost as soon as we embarked. After to our cabins we dicided we would get some lunch. We opt for the buffet. There were maybe 5 or 6 people in front of us and a couple behind us. She was griping about the long lines as her husband decided to head for the main dining room. My daughter informed her there were two lines, maybe the other was shorter. She had the gull to ask us to save her place in case the other line was long. A few days after that we spotted her in the dining room, complaining to the wait staff about how cold her husband's toast was (it was but he wasn't saying a word) she ordered for him, told him what he could and could not eat and quite loudly told him to wipe his face (no there was nothing wrong with him) That night they were at the Latitude party and guess who won the big door prize? You guessed it. She did and really wasn't exactly pleased with the lovely beach towel we would have enjoyed. One day sitting beside the pool we spotted her again, demanding the kids in the pool move as she didn't want to get her hair wet. She was sitting on a step mind you and the kids were not splashing much. By the time the 7 days were over everyone knew she was. All you had to say was about 2 words and someone would have a story to tell about her. Poor lady, but worse yet, poor hubby!!! NMNita
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> why do people as you a question and then argue with you?

Typically because they had asked the question solely to get validation for what they had already decided to do -- they weren't actually sincere in their inquiry.
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sorry i didn't explain myself properly. "why do people ask you a question and then argue with you"
i meant to put why do people ask you where is somewhere, ie, where does this airline depart from and then when you tell them the answer, they say, but my t/a, taxi driver, person i met in the street said the other. you feel like saying "excuse me i only work here" but you don't you just bite your tounge and count to ten.

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Lexxity -
It amazes me, when people ask your opinion or for your advice... then they decide they dont like the answer ! I tell people now, Im not gonna tell you because you probably wont like what I have to say ... may seem harsh, but saves me a lot of headache ! Just today, my DH's ENTIRE family was here @ OUR house... my Grandmother-in-law proceeded to tell me how pretty my "red hot pokers" were... I said ... I didnt plant any this year... she said... over there by the pool... I said, OH... you mean the sage... she said NO I MEAN THE RED HOT POKERS ! PLEASE !!! This was a fiels before we bought the acre & built the house... the only POKERS are in the seed package in the drawer !

I cant believe they dont understand why I dont go to many family functions.... ughhhh !
I think I'll have a headache next time one is planned...

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