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KISS Kruise: Pajama Party and a Full Moon

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The KISS Kruise pajama party late Thursday evening was feisty. First of all, it turned out to be more like a sleepwear slugfest. With only 500 sets of pink, black, or white fleecy goodness available to many more KISS fans, the lines set up on the Spa Deck, there were a fair amount of disgruntled remarks when some impatient folks resorted to cutting in line and/or a bit of grumbling. As one employee of the cruise's organizing body said, "We can't stop the KISS Army."

For those who did obtain the pajamas, results were overwhelmingly delightful and a selection of shots follow.


Here's some members of the Norwegian KISS Army:
A lovely KISS family enjoying their considerable good luck in obtaining sets in different colors and in proper sizes:
The young man in the front is quick to point out that earlier in the night he looked like this:
And, yes, these are authentic pajamas with a bottom that unbuttons.


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