NO BOREDOM FOR A CABIN CREW WITH EASY CODES TO FLAG ATTRACTIVE PASSENGERS
Cabin crew get bored, but what gets them going is gabbing about who is hot and eye-catching in their cabin. How do they share this information? Well, in codes of course. We’ll reveal the codes and in-flight tricks here. Are you hot or repulsive to flight attendants? Now you will know!
ARE YOU EYE-CATCHING OR ANNOYING TO FLIGHT ATTENDANTS? LET’S FIND OUT!
James who was a flight attendant for seven years recently explained to an Australian radio show Kyle & Jackie O, that the crew likes to scope the eye-catching passengers. The code is normally referring to seat numbers and comments like, “I’m doing seven days in America…being seat 7A.” And then responding in agreement or not, “Yup, I could do seven days in America” or “like six days in Denmark”. If you’re a least favorite passenger, the crew will talk to you fast but won’t help you as fast. Flight attendants will tell those that they will be right back and never come back. They pretend to forget. And they’ll simply just sit and eat their lunch. If someone James, for example doesn’t like, he will simply tell them that he is eating his lunch.
FAKE BARF BAGS AND RUBBER GLOVES
This flight attendant had another way of avoiding having to help passengers, especially those he didn’t like. He would put a can of coke in a sick bag and then put a rubber glove on it. This would look like a he was carrying someone’s vomit. Therefore, no passenger would request anything from him, as they were working very hard on avoiding James. It’s a bit of a twisted game. But it worked very well. He would put it away for the eye-catching passengers. It’s an interesting code to be aware of. If the cabin crew dislikes you, it’s especially good to know about it! But it’s better to be eye-catching, in a good way. Hopefully, this will help you if the plane is going down fast….