The passengers in the designated smoking areas are always so relaxed and cool. No wonder Katie goes out of her way to make sure Derek gets plenty of secondhand smoke.
The last few cruises I experienced had extremely limited smoking areas, thankfully. These seemed to be largely populated by fat old men with disgusting cigars. Really cool, all right.
My question is why do Derek and Katie keep roaming through the smoking section. All I can think of it would disgust me because of the cigarette smoke in my hair and that would be enough to keep me away. Methinks she is doing it to torture Derek.What is going on with Mary and Toby's faces? They look like they're aging rapidly. This cruise is definitely not agreeing with them.
The cruise might not be good for Mary and Toby's faces, but it's accelerating the growth of Katie's hair. Maybe she was pulling it when she was trapped in the beach bathroom.
Derek sidles up next to a smoker. "Katie, let's stop here a moment and just smell that fresh ocean air. Breathe it in deeply. Oh yeah, that's the ticket."If that's breakfast that Toby and Mary are having, their faces look like they unwound by going on a bender last night.-- Scottie McW.
Today's Boldface Haiku is titled "Derek Waits Until Jamaica To Quit".Wasn't, wait?Behind!Cigarette unwind...
I'd agree with the above comments on the effects the cruise is having on Toby and Mary's faces except for the fact that today's Panel 1 was originally used on May 1st.
Time for another uninvited Real Life Cruising Reality Check: Cruise ships will definitely not have any curtains, draperies, awnings, etc. located on outdoor decks. Stuff like that would be whipping around in peoples' faces or blown right off the ship altogether.
@ Anonymous @9:42:I thought those hangovers looked familiar.-- S. McW.
it would be so much more interesting if he were contemplating a joint or two to unwind.
So funny, I read the comics daily on the Cleveland.com website and they've been running an ad for "Silversea Luxury Cruises" ever since the current storyline appeared.
@Toots: And the way all these people are puffing away, it's a guarantee that the wind would blow one of those curtains right into a cigarette and before you know it, Wilbur would have another story for his "I Survived" series.
Regina, ever since Mary told the Hoosiers to "follow the carpet fish pattern (MW 2553)", I've been waiting for a smoker to set the ship on fire!And if that happens, we'll know for sure Moy has a beef with the cruise ship industry. Two cruises, two disasters- perhaps she was booked on one of the ships that feature all drinking, all vomiting all the time. Derek will have to choose between saving his wife- or Esme.
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