Plane insanity : a flight attendant’s tales of sex, rage and queasiness at 30,000 feet

From Andrea Kalinowski
author: Hester, Elliot
Plane insanity : a flight attendant’s tales of sex, rage and queasiness at 30,000 feet 
Plane insanity : a flight attendant’s tales of sex, rage, and queasiness
at 30,000 feet by Elliott Hester is a doozy of an adventure through the
unfriendly skies.  In the book, the flight attendant suggests his own
theory of a connection between dressing well and manners.  He expostulates that with the lessening of clothing savoir faire comes also the lessening of the rules of common courtesy.  His adventures are interesting and entertaining but also a little off-putting, I mean, imagine a dirty diaper
flying at you because you were doing food service and refused to take it
from the passenger.  The parties and/or orgies being hosted not only after
the plane arrives at its destination but during the flight are almost
beyond belief.  Virgin Atlantic, at the time of the writing of this
memoir, was thinking of supplying fold-out beds with privacy screens and
one can just imagine what kind of shenanigans that might invite.  Overall,
an amusing, shocking, and eye-opening read.

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