By CircusSea - 05/11/2012 00:02 - Puerto Rico - Carolina
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At least you discovered before you accidentally created some clothes
Cruise ships tend to be filled with senior citizens. Senior citizens tend to die more frequently than younger folks. A morgue is an unfortunate necessity on a cruise line - even if the cruise ship were to only be filled with young people. Accidents happen, after all.
Im sorry op! Ps what idiot would put a morque next to the laundry room!
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Why does a g look like a q to you? Saying morque makes it sound like an entirely different word. Yes, it may look 'cool' or whatever but it looks stupid at the same time and makes it look like you can't spell or tell the difference between the two. - A morgue on a cruise ship does sound weird but if you're on it for months at a time someone might die, you never know. You could be carrying a secret CSI team with you on your journeys.
Why is there a morgue on a cruise ship? The only reason I could think is for people to hold a funeral and throw the deceased overboard, but even that doesn't sound right.
To the people asking why there's a morgue. A cruise is in the middle of the sea. If someone dies suddenly, what are they going to do with the body until they get back to port? It's sensible to have one!