sign posts

these tickets 
should have come
 with
 a warning
 sea sickness can make you wish you were dead

29 comments:

  1. My hubby & I laugh about me asking him to kill me....far out to sea...all those years ago...




    Aloha from Waikiki

    Comfort Spiral

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  2. Uh-oh, that does not sound good :-(
    Happy weekend,
    jj

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  3. Sorry , but your comments were
    funny and I had to laugh...

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  4. I wonder if they have seasick bags stationed throughout the boat. When I took a ferry to Catalina Island in Southern California, the ticket office posted info about strong waves & possibility of seasickness.

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  5. Try drinking ginger ale PRIOR to getting onto a boat/ship.
    Joyce

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  6. Ptown! I've been there!

    (we drove. No seasickness!)

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  7. I just got a little queasy looking at this shot....

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  8. Oh boy. I went whale watching in Maine and knew myself well enough to take Dramamine before we left the dock. I hope this is not from experience for you! Love the sign though!

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  9. it's odd
    I get sick on elevators, actually even escalators
    but not boats or planes or cars

    it is a god awful feeling

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  10. It's really strange - I am a great sailor but get me in a car on a winding road and I'm as sick as can be! :0

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  11. so true! I've been sea sick & it sucks big time!

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  12. I do not have good sea legs either....I feel your pain.

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  13. There is not a worse feeling than being seasick.

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  14. Bitter experience would tell me just what I was letting myself into - oh how I suffer for our trips across to France!

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  15. I've been lucky not to get seasick in spite of being on fairly small sailboats in storms but I've seen people with terrible sea sickness. I'm sorry you had to deal with that.

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  16. I've never been seasick, thank goodness!
    Good ol' P Town!!!
    You are killing me. :)

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  17. Don't give 'em any ideas! We have enough warning labels on shit as it is!

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  18. Yes, sea sickness can make you wish you were dead. Did you see any sharks?

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  19. There is nothing worse than sea sickness...although we've been on many cruises, I only experienced it once. Nasty stuff....

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  20. Did you have a problem?

    I agree! Seasickness is one of the worst maladies on earth. When a kid I got seasick in the car driving north from Los Angeles along the coast highway!

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  21. Gosh, being seasick is horrible- I do hope you are feeling lots better now!
    It is 98 degrees here, supposedly it will be hotter tomorrow. Hell.

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  22. I had one truly horrible bout of seasickness in my life. My Dad and I were on a deep-sea fishing boat, off the coast of Florida, and the waters were really choppy. We both were violently ill (and My Dad had been in the Navy, so those waters had to be really rough.)

    I did end up catching a nice Red Snapper, though.

    (Lots of good detail to add, I think, so I'll save my embellishments for a blog post sometime. Sorry!)

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  23. Had seasickness once, despite a dramamine patch. Never again!! (because you're right)

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  24. Absolutely! Did that and NEVER again. It was ten years ago, deep sea fishing, out of Bodega Bay CA.

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