Part of booking one’s flight in an economy class is that we don’t get to choose the seats that are unwillingly assigned to us. That’s why it’s probably best not to get one’s hopes up for an aisle or a window seat because who knows where you will end up being placed. Don’t expect to be sitting to nice co-passengers either, because that could also be far from your expectations!
Hopefully, this slight streak of disappointment will teach this young passenger a valuable life lesson that they can carry with them till the end of time. The moral of the story here is to always enter a flight with low expectations. That way, you will never be disappointed.
Lassie On Board
Naw! This picture is bound to evoke some nostalgia in people who may see it and who know who Lassie is. Pictured here is a very special American animal actor called Howard. Howard is best known for the role that he played in the adventure movie "Lassie," which aired in 2005.
The doggie actor is posing on a chartered flight with Bob Barker, who was a TV personality and game show host. Interesting fact: Howard is the ninth descendant of the original series called "Lassie," which aired for 19 seasons from 1954 to 1974. If you have not seen the movie, then you have definitely heard about or seen the series because everyone knows who Lassie is!
If you are a tall person, then you will know the dilemma that this person has to face every time they catch a flight. It's a known fact that airplanes are made for the average-sized person, and that does not include people who are as tall as this bloke.
It's so challenging for tall people to take flights because not only are the bathroom stalls too small for them, as you can see in this picture, but they already have to endure sitting in a constricted area where they can barely stretch their long legs out. The struggle is real!
You Never Know
And here we have another classic reminder of how crucial it is to always carry wet wipes with you when embarking on a plane. As we have seen before, all sorts of strange beings come from all over the place to take flights.
And along with them, they bring all their strange mannerisms that may be normal where they came from, but certainly not everyone on the plane's norm. Whether it's the feet on the trays or the feet on the seat, you are never going to have a full history of who flew in a plane before you did. So it's best that you keep those wet wipes handy!
If only airlines would tax or fine passengers for all the weird poses, they strike on airplanes. Do you think that these passengers who like to put their feet where they eat realize that people on the following flights are probably going to want to use these trays to eat their next airplane meal?
Perhaps fines could be a way to solve the problem of passengers thinking that it's okay to sprawl their bodily parts all over the airplane furniture. Since we have yet another instance to add to the #passengershaming movement, we hope that you will learn from these passengers and that you will never pull these sorts of moves the next time you take a flight.