Crazy on the plane

  • CRAZY, that’s who I had to deal with on my flight from Los Angeles to New York last Thursday. And that’s crazy with a capital C. If you’re a flight attendant, you know exactly what I’m talking about. There’s always one in the bunch. Confused? Read all about it on GALLEY GOSSIP.

    Apparently I’m not the only dealing with crazy on the plane…

  • A flight attendant is suing J-Lo after J-Lo’s crazy dog bit her on the leg, causing her to take a crazy fall, which has resulted in a crazy sounding lawsuit. Man, I wish a celebrity dog would bite me!
  • US Airways flight attendants charge passengers a fee for an in-flight beverage. Okay, now that’s crazy! And I feel more sorry for the flight attendants than I do the passengers. Trust me when I tell you it’s not easy having to tell passengers that the water and soda cost $2. Coffee, oh that’s just $1.
  • And what about the Israeli flight to Bulgaria where the crazy passenger tried to open the emergency exit in flight because he thought it was the bathroom door, which resulted in an arrest, which then resulted in a crazy beat down with bats by the police. I kid you not, I could not make this stuff up if I tried. Trust me, I’ve tried.
  • Of course I’m sure you’ve already heard about the autistic child who got kicked off the flight because an evil flight attendant upset him by trying to tighten his seat belt. It’s an unfortunate situation, and I’m sure the mother and child were very upset, but I’m sorry, I have a hard time believing the flight attendant is the only one to blame here.
  • Last, but not least, there’s the “million-miler” passenger who won’t ever travel on American Airlines again because on his flight from Buenos Aires the flight attendant would only speak English to the passenger who obviously didn’t speak English.

I ask you, has everyone gone crazy?

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Heather Poole View All →

Yeah, that's me, the one standing in the aisle wearing flammable polyester...

4 Comments Leave a comment

  1. I have the solution to those FA’s that complain ! Change your jobs. YOU have a choice – as we passengers do about airlines. But once we’re aboard and we confront the she devil FA from hell, we’re stuck. Sorry to say but old bags who still fly should have been put out to pasture LONG ago. My mother was a ‘hostie’ in the 60’s, when image was important, credibility mattered and the fact then WAS (as it still is) the hostie’s job was one of safety AND service. Then, when a hostie married, or became pregnant or reached 40, she was retired or turned to ground work. Being at 32000 feet DOES affect the brain and body so these old trollops who’ve been doing it for 30 years have literally been fried and should NOT be flying as they are NOT best prepared to add value in the case of an emergency OR provide value-add in service. And for the those hosties (and those screaming vicious evil bitter queens as well) who are still languishing around looking for their next tongue lashing victim at altitude, please take note – we don’t like you, and your grievance is not our problem. So piss off and let us enjoy what we are paying to enjoy, least not suffer at your veiny wrinkled hand with no recourse in this day and age of political correct, wrap the idiot up in cotton wool, don’t say boo nonsense.

  2. I have the solution to those FA’s that complain ! Change your jobs. YOU have a choice – as we passengers do about airlines. But once we’re aboard and we confront the she devil FA from hell, we’re stuck. Sorry to say but old bags who still fly should have been put out to pasture LONG ago. My mother was a ‘hostie’ in the 60’s, when image was important, credibility mattered and the fact then WAS (as it still is) the hostie’s job was one of safety AND service. Then, when a hostie married, or became pregnant or reached 40, she was retired or turned to ground work. Being at 32000 feet DOES affect the brain and body so these old trollops who’ve been doing it for 30 years have literally been fried and should NOT be flying as they are NOT best prepared to add value in the case of an emergency OR provide value-add in service. And for the those hosties (and those screaming vicious evil bitter queens as well) who are still languishing around looking for their next tongue lashing victim at altitude, please take note – we don’t like you, and your grievance is not our problem. So piss off and let us enjoy what we are paying to enjoy, least not suffer at your veiny wrinkled hand with no recourse in this day and age of political correct, wrap the idiot up in cotton wool, don’t say boo nonsense.

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