Suddenly, you're planning trips to Paris and trying to order Rosetta Stone off Amazon (bonus points if you forgot about ordering it until after it shows up at your doorstep).2.
The ill-conceived business venture: "Why don't we open up a bar together?
Several cruise ship employees have taken to Reddit over time to spill the beans on what life is really like when sailing the open seas, and they have some great tips for cruise-goers to keep in mind the next time they travel. One cruise ship employee said that there were a lot of positive aspects to working on the ship.
"Best parts: cheap drinks, great parties, decent pay, easy way to save, wake up in a new city/country almost everyday, great way to network, become a more confident person, etc." Employees get to travel the world! There are understandably some downsides to living and working on a cruise ship.
Getting super-drunk with your partner is a huge gamble: It's either going to end with one of you in tears while the other one barfs up all the vodka and Cheesy Gordita Crunches they just shoved down their gullet, or it is going to end with one of you really happy and the other one barfing up all the vodka and Cheesy Gordita Crunches they just shoved down their gullet.
One of those scenarios is marginally better than the other.
They're in all your pockets and also your pants, when you eventually got so drunk you couldn't tell the difference between your waistband and your pockets.3.