Can you decide which part of this photo is most hilarious – the cute baby who seems to be crawling his way up the seat, the number of bottles this guy consumed, or he and the lady next to him sleeping with mouths open?
Actually, all parts are amusing. See, a picture can paint a thousand words. Even if they are strangers to each other, they are now forever connected with this cute snap. We’re sure that when they see this photo, they’ll laugh their hearts out, especially at that cutie toddler on the side. Credits to the passenger who was a happy witness to this colorful scene.
Some people choose to have kangaroos as their support animals, while others keep it more regular and have dogs as their support animals on flights. We all know how stressful it can be to fly, so if you have an animal by your side for the ride, then count yourself lucky!
These animals are supposed to relieve stressful situations (like a flight) for their owners and can help by reducing conditions like PTSD, depression or anxiety. This cute support animal, Bentley, was lucky enough to meet the captain of the flight, or should we say the captain was lucky enough to meet Bentley, the cute bulldog.
Rumors were rife that this particular plane housed some of the stunning models of Victoria’s Secret. This pretty woman who took a group picture is every inch a model. On many occasions, celebrities – from athletes to actors and models – fly via economy class, giving everyday passengers the chance to see them and have photographs with them.
Did we mention that we dream of riding a plane with the Kardashian sisters? We know for a fact that they have their private jets, but we’re still keeping our fingers crossed that they try a public plane. Just once. You know, for the experience. Please?
Who said a dog can’t be a pilot? This photo is a proof that dogs are indeed smart and fearless and capable of way more than we could ever have imagined. Looking fab and cool with his co-pilot/owner/trainer, this guy must be having the time of his life.
We hope he didn’t freak out when he realized he’s a thousand miles up in the sky. Tip: before flying with your dog, make sure that he doesn’t have a fear or heights. Otherwise, the both of you will end up panicking rather than kicking back and enjoying your adventure and bonding time.
We admire Jake’s candidness for calling out his seatmate during the flight. If you’re afraid of horror movies and the person seated next to you went full screen on his iPad for some goosebumps and screams and it’s been like that for over an hour, you might do more than just take a photo and call him out on social media.
Here’s the thing: when we’re traveling, we should consider everyone in the plane – from babies to flight attendants and particularly our seatmates – and we should act properly at all times. Remember the golden rule that says we shouldn’t do unto others what we don’t want them to do unto us? Wait, is that right?