Yeah, I have a “thing” about feet. Feet go on the floor. I also, maybe due to my Scandinavian background, have a thing about shoes. Shoes are either outside or inside. Me, personally, only wear socks inside my home. My shoes stop at the door to my home (in the garage).
So when it comes to flying it makes me beyond nuts to see feet where they should not be. A reader recently took this one and said I can use it any way I want. First I wanted to yell at it (so I did and yes, I felt better). Then I showed my wife and she made an eeewwww sound! I so feel for the poor guy who just about had feet on his head.
Then we have the next two things that drive me crazy and that is behavior in clubs. These are PVT clubs (well sorta private anyway). A certain measure of decorum is expected in a civilized world. There are just things you do and do not do in a Sky Club or other clubs along the way.
The first thing you don’t do is carry your dog around to the buffet and up to the bar to get a drink. While I am a cat person, I would not bring my cat to the buffet or bar either. Both ideas just make my skin crawl.
Then we have yet one more. I think clubs are to be a quiet spot to enjoy between flights. I hate loud cell phone talkers but what is even WORSE is those who get on Facetime or Skype and have the loudest conversation imaginable for all the club to enjoy. Really folks? I don’t care what language you are yelling back and forth with, but you don’t have to share it with me. When I do Skype in a club I just use my phone app and call just like a normal call and keep it as quiet as I can. If I want video time I do that at home or in my hotel where I will not share with everyone else.
Anyway, what do you think? What is your most frustrating act by your fellow passengers when you fly? – René
EDIT: Had to edit the post and insert the shot below from reader Ed. Just WoW is all I can say 🙁
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