>Things I Learned While Traveling

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  • I hate it when people don’t adhere to the every other seat rule in public. I need plenty of personal space.
  • I don’t get why everyone is so excited about Walk the Line.
  • People need to think twice before they start a conversation on a cell phone. I don’t want to hear about how you were stricken with food poisoning for three days because of bad mortadella or portobello. Being that I was in Atlanta at the time in was probably neither of those two things.
  • The announcement, “If you see any suspicious person or unusual activity, please report it to the nearest safety enforcement officer,” is stupid. If you think about it, it pretty much covers the majority of people and activity at an airport.
  • “Maintain control of your bags.” Another odd announcement. Have you ever seen anyone lose control of their bags? If so, they’ve probably been stolen.
  • Anyone who flies with a child under the age of 5 had better be moving to their destination and not just visiting. Make the family come visit you. Unless of course you like being one of the more hated people on the plane.
  • I actually met a woman who shot herself a bear. She was older than three when she did it.

2 thoughts on “>Things I Learned While Traveling

  1. Notsocranky Yankee

    >Oh wow, I just flew to FL last week with my 3 kids, ages 2,6 and 11. On the way down I watched “Walk the Line” while sitting between my 2 and 6 yr. olds. I did not, however, lose control of any bags!

    Luckily my kids are good travelers! The man who sat next to my 2 yr. old son and me on the way home complimented his good behavior. (On the same flight the lady who sat 3 rows up from me and next to my 6 yr. old son told me he was wonderful also.)

    What do you think of the people who travel in their pajamas? Have you seen them? Sometimes I want to tell them to just wear comfortable CLOTHES! Just because you want to sleep on the airplane doesn’t mean you need to show up in “jammies”. I could go on and on but I won’t…

  2. SFChick74

    >Your kids are the exception to the rule. I know that there are good kids out there whose parents actually parent them. It’s just that they seem to be the exception rather than the norm.

    I have seen the PJ wearers. I agree. PJs are supposed to be worn in bed, not in public.

    My fashion philosphy is to never leave the house wearing sweats unless I’m going to the gym or fleeing a fire.


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