Waiting for your luggage to arrive can feel like a drag; sometimes you end up waiting for hours, so this guy decided to take a seat in a rocking chair. Now, did he bring his own, or does this airport happen to have rocking chairs randomly placed around the terminals?
If we’re totally honest though, it’s genius, because who doesn’t like sitting in a rocking chair?
Grand Slumber Party for One
This intrepid traveler masterfully occupies not one, not two, but three seats at the airport. It's like witnessing a masterpiece of human architecture, with limbs carefully arranged to achieve the perfect equilibrium of relaxation. He’s sending a clear message to fellow travelers. His comfort knows no bounds and neither does his audaciousness.
But let’s try and give him the benefit of the doubt. Maybe he dozed off during a long layover. He could be sick. It really does seem like he’s been sleeping forever. Having said that, it might be a good idea to check if the man’s still breathing!
When you want to prevent aliens from reading your mind but in an eco-friendly style, forget tinfoil hats — this is how they do it now. We can't help but wonder what kind of adventure these two are about to have.
On a more serious note, they must be Saskatchewan Roughriders fans; they're known to have a proud tradition of wearing watermelon hats.
Forget Generational Stereotypes
This generation and their cell phone addiction, honestly, you can't go anywhere without seeing the baby boomers scrolling on their phones. Have you heard that Millennials suffer from terrible phone addiction?
Have you lampooned Millennials for not being able to look away from their screens? Well, it turns out they're not the worst when it comes to social media and using the phone.
Cyberman Only Fly First Class
Even Cybermen want to have shiny shoes and we can't blame them, a small bit of dirt or dust will ruin their entire outfit and make them look much less intimidating.
Was it just their feet that got polished or all of their armor? It must be a nightmare getting them through security.