Have you ever thought that being a flight attendant is super easy, comfortable, and fun? Well, unfortunately, it isn’t always so. Imagine flight attendants up in the sky, dealing with obnoxious people every single day. Every once in a while, though, there comes a handsome man or a woman that’s certainly a hot topic among the crew. How do they do this talk? They certainly can’t speak so openly about their passengers. One flight attendant reveals some juicy details about the secret codes they use when talking about hot passengers.
Flight attendants need to rely on some covert methods when talking about their crushes. This does not mean that they are using paper airline notes, of course. Their professionalism and good posture is of utmost importance, so what do they really do?
A former flight attendant has revealed how some of the juicier gossip spreads between the cabin crew. Be prepared to find out their secrets!
James was interviewed by radio host Jackie O during the Kyle and Jackie O Show on Australia’s Kiis 1065. Jackie was pretty direct with the questions and asked how the crew chats about ‘hot’ passengers without them knowing.
James may have broken some vows, but went on to reveal a side that passengers rarely see.
“We do… because obviously when we’re in the cabin and we’re getting the drinks we can’t be like, ‘oh doll, check out him…”
Jackie completely understood, replying, “You have to be subtle about it”.
Co-host Kyle then asked the following question:
“Do you say like ‘G3 really hot dude’ or have you got something else?”
James went on to confess is all, and it was a good one!
“Well that’s really obvious! Because everyone knows their seat numbers, so we’re on the cart and he’ll be like, ‘I’m thinking of doing seven days in America… being ‘seat 7A’
And I’ll be like, ‘yeah, I could do seven days in America! Or like, six days in Denmark… (seat 6D)?”
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James also warned that the code can be used to talk about passengers they don’t really like.
“If a flight attendant ever says to you ‘I’ll be right back,’ we don’t like you… and then you just ‘forget.'”
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The code can also be used for important lunch or loo breaks.
“I used to have a trick every time I went from one end of the plane to the other to eat my lunch someone would always ask me something. And I’m just like I just want to eat my lunch! So I used to have a trick I’d put a can of coke in a sick bag put a rubber glove on and then walk through the cabin so it looks like I’m holding vomit – no one asked me for a thing.”
I used to date a flight attendant from Helsinki. I dropped her off at work one day, and then she just vanished into Finnair.
— James Martin (@Pundamentalism) December 6, 2017
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