18 March 2007

looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue

I guess there is something worse than being seating next to a crying child on a long flight. At least she won't be a jerk when you have to climb over her to get to the bathroom.

7 comments:

Dr J said...

British Airways: It's an entirely different type of flying altogether.

(It's an entirely different type of flying....) :-D

/how could I resist?

nic said...

no one can resist the power of Airplane!

sylvia said...

Note to BA flight attendants: Next time, leave the Economy Class bodies in Coach. First Class passengers expect a better class of decedent for their £3000.

nic said...

The guy in the article was just a tad insensitive wasn't he? He may have a point about the body starting to decay although I'm not sure how fast it happens (I try to get rid of my corpses as quickly as possible), or what real damage it would do aside from offending those sensitive First Class nostrils.

Dr J said...

Because it's okay to leave a corpse as a mere passenger-- and pretnend no one will notice...

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sylvia said...

Honestly, I'd be freaked out and horrified, too, if I woke from a nap on an aeroplane and discovered they'd seated a corpse beside me and felt no need to even mention it to me. (If they said, Listen, we're really sorry but we've got this dead lady and need somewhere to put her, would you mind changing seats? that would be different. But, yeah, the dump-and-run routine? Way tacky). But the £3000 comment really cheesed me off -- not to mention the comments about how the mourners scared him.

Gosh, we're really running the gamut of reactions here, huh?

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