November 13, 2012November 14, 2012 Heather Poole Photo of the day: Airlines are now offering first class passengers a new personalized alternative to in-flight closed captioning. Photo courtesy of Abdul Afia / @UAL4Life Caption courtesy of FarrChi AdvertisementShare with your friendsTwitterEmailPinterestMoreFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
Well played, Thing!
Finally, United’s new inflight manicure service arrives! If this works out, we’ll next see inflight massage. Eat your heart out, American!
..but the scary thing was…. there was no one sitting in 13E…..
Just THE HANDS….
As airlines continue to cut back on amenities, new seats require seat-backs to be manually moved into their upright position.
I like this one too!
The nimble fingered screen thief was about to strike again!
The indecision was awful…. just which fingernail should he jam the toothpick under?
Lefty & Righty meet again @ 35k feet!
In the never ending battle for more fees, airlines introduce lap dances for customers for just $29.99 if you keep your hands behind the seat, or for $49.99 you can let your fingers do the walking.
Oh no way! Pretty funny.
Boy, I’m glad he didn’t just pick his nose.
Once revered as the premere hand-model, George was forced into early retirement by Kramer and now spends his days completing coast to coast mileage runs.
Sure wish someone would clip my fingernails *hint hint*
Excuse me. Is it true what they say about big hands?
Let your fingers do the talking.
“… for those hearing impaired passengers travelling with us today, we offer our new, personalized alternative to in-flight closed captioning.”
YOU WIN! Do you have a website or twitter name I can link back to you?
Thanks for the honor! You’ve given me hope that one day, those guys at the New Yorker will do the same!
No, I don’t yet have a twitter name or website; thx, though.
The new entertainment system was working well for the airline, but the optional sign language still needed work….
HAHA! So many good ones. This is going to be a tough decision
Now that’s what I call a smooth drink!
No! You can’t be out of Diet Coke!