This little girl knows no lies and her reaction is just epic! With a stinky foot extending on her seat, covering her nose may not be enough to conceal the foul odor. If the adult passenger did not remove his/her foot right away, we’re sure the parents of the child reprimanded him/her already.
Let’s not be too comfortable when flying because a plane is a transportation method which means serious business and sleeping in this position is not good. It becomes worse when your feet stink a lot. Eew. Tip: put on some foot deodorant or powder before flying and never flash them, especially to innocent young children.
We’re not sure whether this photo was edited or not. Looking at it, it seems legit but really, a turkey on the plane? We thought the owner of this photo was just up for some fun but we couldn’t agree more with their actions. If ever we see a turkey on a plane, which is a rare scene by the way, we’d definitely snap a hilarious photo.
Just like the well-loved burger and pig, this turkey got pampered too with his master paying for his seat. Are turkeys now the new “man’s best friend?” Its owner looks protective, carefully holding him just to make sure he doesn’t roam around the plane confusing fellow passengers.
Time To Sleep
Let's face it - sleeping might be one of the most popular activities to do while on a flight - especially when it might take 10 hours to get to your destination. This bunch must be very exhausted and perhaps deprived of sleep before their flight to be able to fall into this deep of a slumber. Evidence: open mouths while sleeping and we’re sure some of them were snoring.
Another possibility is that they took heed of the pilot’s announcement to take a nap while waiting for 4 hours past their scheduled departure due to technical reasons. So instead of getting drunk (with many of the other passengers), they just had to follow their body’s calling and sleep well.
First Ever Selfie?
According to online sources, selfies only really became mainstream in the early 2010s. The word "selfie" only became popularized and widely used by the public thanks to a life coach, Jennifer Lee, who was the first person to use it in a hashtag on Instagram.
Only by the end of 2012 did "Time" magazine consider it one of the "top 10 buzzwords" of the year. We guess that those guys got it all wrong this whole time because, according to this picture, selfies were actually invented in 1999, on a plane, by none other than the mechanical engineer turned TV presenter Bill Sanford Nye.
Giant dog: “Can we go to dreamland now? Please.” Passengers at the back: (speechless). Probably, this is what the dog wanted to say to the noisy passengers at his back. If we were in his position and we just wanted to sleep, we’d also talk with the same politeness. Without this bubble thought, the dog’s reaction alone is epic.
There is so much emotion in this photo that we can also assume he had spotted a cute baby in the back. He was certainly amazed with something in his back view. Well, only the dog (and the person who took this photo) know the real deal here.