Friday, March 23, 2007

How to tie a Toga

As you can see, there is no one failsafe way. The toga is a volatile garment, it often requires many knots/safety pins/a system of pulleys to ensure a night of partying without compromising
one's dignity. Fran (one of the repeat cruisers on the Symphony, really nice lady) threw a toga party for us, on the outside deck 6 aft last night. Eric made the wreaths (laurels?) from the florists trash and coat-hangers.

Other news: having beaten my beloved in the opening round, I LOST to Rolph the safety officer in the darts tournament. It was unlucky and a very tight game (his mates won't let him forget it) but unfortunately, Eric will not recieve the 10 free drinks Rolph said he would buy him, should I win. Cheeky.

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