The Margaritavile branding idea would make a better cruise ship then retirement community.
When my friends are gone and my hair* is grey, and I ache in the places where I used to play, I’m going somewhere where the women tear their blouses off and the men they dance on the polka dots at closing time.
“You can check out any time you like but you can never leave” does sound a bit like a depressing retirement home.
good point. i know i certainly can’t afford to.
“Every summer we can rent a cottage
In the Isle of Wight, if it’s not too dear.”
I’m seeing an assisted-suicide clinic where we can go for “The Cure”. Afterwards, the “Dead Can Dance.”
Too bad Kurt Cobain isn’t around anymore. He coulda opened a retirement community called Nirvana.
hmmmm, yes, yes… i can definitely see this being one angle.
omg, right?? OPPORTUNITY MISSED.
“Margaritavile” intentional quip or freudian slip?
How about a cruise ship and retirement community in one.
At every port they let people on, but no one leaves.
Not serious: Beiber?
Courtney could still do it. She’s crass enough to try.
My in-laws do the cruise ship thing every year. They met someone who literally moved onto a cruise ship permanently. So that’s not so far-fetched.
Even though his following rivals the Dead’s, I don’t think most of the Parrotheads qualify as hippies.
They’re already on it:
Raise a glass and take a bite out of paradise at Jimmy Buffett’s first-ever floating Margaritaville at Sea and then head on over to the 5 O’Clock Somewhere Bar where every hour is happy hour. Or enjoy the perfect margarita and dig into a cheeseburger at LandShark Bar & Grill while soaking in the views at Harvest Caye.
woah, i’d love to talk to that person, I wonder what life would be like? do they stay on the same one or move around?
She literally moved onto a ship. Same cabin, goes wherever it goes.