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If there was no midnight comedy show, I went to the crew bar.Crew bar is pretty much the only thing to do in the evenings, and since my go-to drink (Grey Goose and ginger ale) was less than $2 (back then I think it was $1.75), it was hard to argue anything else.
Sure we'll work the big white hot party that your all going to, but once we finish our shift all hell is breaking loose in the crew bar. We also don't want you to know that all those funny jokes we tell you at bingo? I got up whenever (it was a red letter day if I was awake in time for lunch), did some very basic work setting up a game show or turning on a microphone for the Shopping Specialist, and played a lot of video games until the evening's show.Mostly, it got monotonous, since the menu didn't seem to change up very often.I was considered "staff" (halfway between officers and crew), so I was able to get food to order, such as eggs or a chicken breast, hamburger, etc, and we came up with college-style recipes and ways to combine foods to make them new. Crew/staff were definitely not allowed to "fraternize" with the guests, but it certainly didn't stop many people.I dated a few crew members, and managed to convince a few more to take their clothes off with me in the room.Eventually, I met an amazing blonde woman that worked in the video production department (the people running around with the big video cameras).Some of the darker stuff...let's see..starters, I hear that nearly all the live music is gone from Carnival ships due to it not bringing in any money (directly).
It's kind of heartbreaking, I knew a lot of excellent musicians that likely were laid off, only to be replaced by canned music and karaoke.
Occasionally, we'd set up morale parties, but those tended to be hit or miss.
I mostly spent my evenings hitting on whoever would let me, whether it be waitresses, dancers, bartenders, dancers, and....yeah, the dancers.
There was your basic managerial nightmare-boss stuff, but there was other stuff, like security turning a blind eye to some of what they did.
I heard horror stories about crew members being beaten, threatened, stalked, etc.
I don't have anything against karaoke, of course, but they also (last I heard) got rid of the karaoke host and the aft lounge technician, and just lumped those jobs onto the main lounge technician and social hosts.