I went to a yacht party the other day and found myself with a box-full of not-so-useless discoveries.
Nice to know I learned something new. Aye aye.
This one's dedicated to unfortunate party goers with motion sickness, like so...
Another set of Ruddy Guidelines, this time in the hopes of contributing to ocean cleanliness (by decreasing barf pollution)
1. Just like an airplane, expect turbulence.
People tend to enter in bulk and when they do, the boat tilts uncomfortably to one side. It can play with your brain, if you know what I mean. (Afterwards I had to make sure my right thigh had the same weight as my left.)
2. Sit down, sit down you're rocking the boat.
You will get sea sick. Unless you have the innards of a sea man, you are bound to get a wee bit dizzy. So I suggest you find a comfy spot (preferably with a cushion) to sit on and enjoy the breeze. Your throne will serve as a stabilizer for the next 30 minutes or so until you've gotten used to the boat.
3. Rock and Roll.
If all else fails and your innards are screaming "barf!!", begin swaying with the music.
"The trick is to sway with the music so you don't realize the boat is rocking" - Zep.
In lay man's terms, just ROCK and ROLL.
4. If all else fails, find a room
Yachts are built for fancy traveling, so go ahead, find a room and hibernate. The only con is you missing the sight of half-naked men falling out of the boat. (If you know what I mean) *wink wink*
On a totally unrelated note,