We can totally reason with this person and their long hair, which was probably not comfortable enough to be tied up for the duration of the flight. Already, the airplane cabin is a crammed-up zone, where there is barely enough space to stretch one’s legs or arms out.
Furthermore, flights can also be a time when passengers are confined to a tiny little space for however long the flight is, which can last up to several hours. We think that this little lady (or man) can let their locks down on a plane if they wish. It’s not like the passenger behind them signed up to watch Rapunzel or anything, but we have seen worse.
Do You Have Mysophobia?
We have already seen the different sorts of seatmates that one may be unwillingly placed next to in a plane, but we have not yet met a "Cheese Puff Boy" seatmate. To be fair, he can't be that bad. He seems to be minding his own business, killing time by watching movies and eating his cheese puffs.
It seems like most people would be able to tolerate sitting next to this chap, but that, of course, is not going to be the case if you suffer from mysophobia. As it turns out, mysophobia is a condition that drives people mad when they hear people making noises with their mouths, and that mainly includes eating sounds. If this condition affects you, then we really hope that you'll never get an assigned seat next to a "Cheese Puff Boy" otherwise, the sounds of them eating may indeed drive you insane!
A Little Common Decency
Once again, we have another passenger to add to the #passengershaming movement. This person may think that he is in his mother's house, but actually, he is on a plane, where it is common decency to use your seat the way it's been intended to be used. Usually, that means no shoes or feet on airplane furniture.
Clearly, this guy never got the memo, or he simply has never been on a plane before. Either way, we think it's best that airlines revise the rules for passengers on board. It's times like these that we get reminded that common decency goes a long way.
Wet Wipes Are a Must
This picture just serves as a reminder of how important it is to carry antibacterial wipes with you when you're taking a plane trip. We have seen the weird sorts of positions that people can come up with on a plane, and some of them include resting their feet on the passenger tray as if it's their own personal ottoman in their own personal home.
So the next time you take a flight anywhere, be sure to wipe the table tray in front of you down properly with your wet wipes. Who knows what has come into contact with those tray surfaces and where those stinky feet or other bodily bits were before they made contact with the surface that passengers are expected to eat on?
There is nothing quite like seeing passengers get down and dirty during a plane ride. Yes, we know how uncomfortable a plane ride can get, especially since the space is limited, and we are expected to stay confined to the same little tiny space for a long time.
Furthermore, we can't exactly recline the seat much and are basically expected to sit up straight for however long our flight may be. But for goodness sake, can we not just leave our stinky feet off of the surfaces of the airplane, which are not the floor? It's not too much to ask for, is it?