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Woman Could Use A Lesson In Plane Etiquette 101
It's an air traveler's worst nightmare: there you are, crammed into your already too-small seat, when suddenly the sleeping passenger next to you slumps into your lap. It happened to traveler Steve Cullum on a recent Southwest flight, and it can happen to you.
Here's how Cullum describes his seatmate's sleepy antics on his YouTube caption:
Yikes. If we were to teach Plane Etiquette 101, this video would definitely be on our syllabus. Here are a few other lessons we'd impart upon fellow travelers:
Minding my own business on a flight home, when I ended up in an extremely awkward situation. This lady was totally out of it. As soon as she sat down, she started falling asleep, and it only got worse as the flight continued. I tried lifting her up, shaking her, and startling her, but it seemed like nothing was going to work.
- DO NOT hog the armchair. Seriously. If you're in the window or the aisle could you please show some respect for the middle guy?
- DO NOT put your feet anywhere but in front of you. Not in the aisle, not under the seat next to you, and certainly not in between seats.
- DO NOT talk incessantly: That's great that you had a fun time in the Bahamas. I'm happy for you, really - but I really don't need to see all 700 of your pictures.