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  • billtool

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    I gave up my aisle seat across from my ex wife and daughters so a family of 3 could sit together on a recent flight into LAX, landed myself in a middle seat next to a smelly dude that seemed to fart the entire flight, still didn't think it was too big of a deal. I fly 6-8x a month for work, it is what it is, guess some of us just have different priorities when it comes to what we choose to whine about.

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    I fly more than that. Ever had to sit on 1/2 of a 600 lb guys ass? I have. I’ll put a lady’s bag up for her. But if I bought the ticket- I want the seat. This time was actually nice. Texans on either side and very pleasant.
     

    jetcycles

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    I fly more than that. Ever had to sit on 1/2 of a 600 lb guys ass? I have. I’ll put a lady’s bag up for her. But if I bought the ticket- I want the seat. This time was actually nice. Texans on either side and very pleasant.
    It was a ladies ass for me but I get it. I've had the junior college linemen on either side of me as well... definitely wasn't a fun flight out of Phoenix.

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    Mowingmaniac 24/7

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    jet,

    Please make up your mind - You post: "I fly 6-8x a month for work, it is what it is, guess some of us just have different priorities when it comes to what we choose to whine about.",

    But then you post:

    "I've had the junior college linemen on either side of me as well... definitely wasn't a fun flight out of Phoenix."

    Sounds like your speaking outta both sides of your figurative mouth.
     

    rotor

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    I hate flying now that I don't have a plane. I remember the days when they weighed the passengers before boarding and you could buy insurance from a machine. The stewardess was also good looking.
     

    toddnjoyce

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    Midwest Air was all first class seating for most of their existence. Not first class service, but all rows were two seats per side. Eventually Northwest bought them as a wholly owned subsidiary and changed to a first/business layout where 1st class was more legroom.

    Those were the days.
     

    mongoose

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    one of my last flights the lady next to asked if I would switch seats with her husband so he could help her with their infant. I said yes and gave up my isle seat. For his middle seat. Two minutes later I was shoehorned between two 600 pound women. Both ladies were in need of some serious personal hygiene. I have wide shoulders so I spent the flight sitting sideways with two women who’s smell would gag a maggot.
     

    Glenn B

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    Seems like when that happens to me I am in between a retired sumo wrestler and an NFL offensive guard.
    That's not too bad, could have wound up next to the bearded fat lady and a drunk flatulent slob.
     
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