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  1. It is not only possible, it is very likely that's what I'm doing lol. I always like to have a contingency plan for every situation.
  2. It is not only possible, it is very likely that's what I'm doing lol. I always like to have a contingency plan for every situation.
  3. Thank you so much for the replies everyone! He always means well, just the kind of guy who gets googly eyes and yells everything he says (which is all good natured), whilst trying to make friends with everyone. A much more likely scenario will be him getting cut off for the night and trying to get us to buy him drinks - something we are all too wise to do .
  4. Hey everyone! I'm going on my first cruise in February and cannot wait! I am part of a large (wedding) group and will be rooming with a friend of mine. Both he and I have purchased the deluxe drink package. I have small concerns over the possibility of him getting his revoked due to violating their no sharing policy. He is a bit of a wildcard when he drinks, and although he never does anything too over-the-top, buying tons of rounds for new friends at the pool (or wherever) may be up his alley. I am afraid that he may break the no sharing policy that RC states will result in revocation of a drink pass. My question is if his drink pass gets revoked, will mine also be at risk of revocation? I am a very responsible drinker, and I don't want to be penalized for his actions. I know that RC generally requires both or none of each stateroom's inhabitants have deluxe drink passes. Thanks for reading!
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