Friday, September 28, 2012

Captains log. 05 hundred hours. Day 7 at Sea. The Asian Ping Pong Occupation Continues.

Captains log. 05 hundred hours. Day 7 at Sea. The Asian Ping Pong Occupation Continues.

Our first at sea day after invading Hawaii and the continuing saga unfolds as the Asian ping pong table occupation continues. As the crew, guests and staff wait with baited breath for their chance to play, the question still remains as to whether the Asians will EVER end their steadfast occupation. Rumors of various factions on the ship ready to stage occupations of their own have been confirmed. The Aussies are preparing to occupy the swimming pool while eating shrimp on the barbie in form of protest. British are not taking this quickly escalating situation lying down either. No, they are preparing an occupation of their own, and sources say it may or may not involve the buffet table and afternoon tea. (Tea party, perhaps?). The French are stockpiling baguettes for an impending duel and Germans have been reported to be hoarding bratwurst on deck 7. Americans have taken a bold stand by mainly occupying the hot tub while watching Thursday night football. Not to be outdone, Canadians are busy dousing themselves in maple syrup and Molson Ice while being extraordinarily nice to everyone they meet. Only time will tell how this ongoing story will unfold, but we will be sure to report back with the latest breaking developments.

In other news, I've been invited to stay with some nice folks in Melbourne post invading Sydney and Bondi Beach at the end of our journey. Apparently, there is a big horse race there during the first week in November that is considered practically a national holiday...MAY have to take them up on the invite. Additionally, Canadians have offered to market my incubating jewelry line in Ottawa and Australians have offered to do the same in Australia. Therefore, in summary, it is STILL confirmed that Canadians and Aussies are friendlier than New Yorkers. Captain signing off. Over and out for now. More updates to follow.

Cruisin' for a bruisin'...

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