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Old 02-08-2010, 03:16 PM
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Originally Posted by mdlee3 View Post
I had that happen once and I stood there as much out of the aisle as possible double-checking my boarding pass and the seat i was looking at to make sure that I was actually at the right seat. After it was determined that I was, I ask him politely and he got up and went to another seat.

I asked politely but the guy asked me to find another seat. Then I had to let him have it.
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Old 02-10-2010, 04:30 PM
Location: Maryland
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Originally Posted by thepinksquid View Post
Kids sitting behind me who kick my seat/yell the entire time.

Parents give your children Nyquil before boarding.

-Loud children
Kicking the back of the chair children
Children kneeling in their seat and staring at you
Adults without reading material wanting to talk to you for entertainment
Sassy waitresses -- oops, flight attendents...Excuse me heffa I wasn't finished when you came by
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Old 02-21-2010, 07:43 PM
Location: Frankfort, IN
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Well, I got a new one. It's not really new, just never realized how much it annoyed me before. I just got back a trip and while waiting in the security line for the trip home, this couple was behind me complaining about the line and how they were cutting it close to they're flight time and if the people ahead of them had any respect, they'd let them go first so they could catch their flight.

Honestly, I don't care what time you show up for your flight, but take responsibility for your own actions. If you miss your fight, it's not the fault of the people in front of you in security. It's your own fault for trying to show up at the last minute and then expecting everybody to bend over backwards for you. Don't expect me or anybody else to show any sympathy for something that you've done to yourself.
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