Traveling can be crazy. Lets be honest…at times we feel like pulling our hair out! For these reasons it is extremely important to plan ahead, keep your cool, and when all else fails LAUGH!
I want to share with our clients and readers a perfect opportunity to laugh. Below are 12 hilarious travel scenarios we all can appreciate! These are from the article “Stuff Frequent Travelers Wish We Knew“, created by White Elephant In The Room. Click here to read the entire article!
1) Moving walkway standers must yield to walkers who must yield to those with rolling briefcases who must yield to children going the wrong way.
2) TSA totally gets that your hula-hooped sized earrings didn’t set off the metal detectors in Denver – just take them off anyways.
3) If you’re hogging the charging station with your laptop, iPad, and Blackberry, where am I supposed to plug in my lava lamp and hair dryer?
4) Fish weren’t meant to fly. Unless you’ve brought enough to share with the group, we politely ask you to surrender your sushi or tuna melt at the gate. Better yet, trade them in for an olfactory-friendly Cinnabon.
5) Asking me to give up my aisle seat so you can sit with your buddy is like offering to trade me Baltic Ave for my hotel on Boardwalk.
6) To avoid four hours of chit chat about how Continental’s peanuts beat United’s, the hierarchy of don’t-talk-to-me props goes: book, then headphones, then fake sleep. If you’re reading Sky Mall, you’re fair game.
7) If you feel you’re being watched, please confirm: your seat assignment, the volume on your MP3 player, or that you’re not completing someone else’s Sudoku – in that order.
8) That big blue cushion behind your head is completely, unarguably, 100% your territory. Feel free to jiggle it, shake it, and fall all over it when you get up to use the lavatory. But that big blue cushion in front of you? Hands off.
9) Airplane lavatories are the scary back alley of an airplane that we only dare visit under extreme duress. Let’s keep the “graffiti” off the toilet seat.
10) Getting a window-seater to the lavatory is like an awkwardly choreographed tango. No drink service for you.
11) It may be called a carousel, but busting through the crowded plane to be front and center for your big red bag won’t get you off the ride any faster.
12) When the plane finally lands after a long, turbulent journey, applaud. It makes people happy.
Try to remember this the next time you are sitting in front of a crying baby or when going through security. There are always going to be challenges when traveling so there will always be opportunities to laugh!