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whats then deal with airline food

  1. #1
    Ghost Black Hole
    how fat do you have to be that you need an endless supply of food even when flying in a fukin plane jesus

    ILL HAVE THE STEAK! like yeah when I get on a bus or train first thing I think about is ordering food and eating it?? the fuck
  2. #2
    Bradley victim of incest
    same thing with people who eat in the grocery store (and still pay for everything). Don't get me wrong, when I go to WALMART in major cities and it's crawling with non whites I help myself to 2 redbulls, which I drink while walking around with the cart. When I go to check out, I place them near the candy. Nigga I can't afford 2/5$ drinks. Well I can but I have a poor person mindset that keeps me FLUSH.

    I can't imagine some fat fuck needing to eat while looking at food, or driving, and saying "I have hypoglycema" on the greyhound

    Ya & an eating problem
  3. #3
    Ghost Black Hole
    the next generation of buses will include a drive thru to mickey Ds
  4. #4
    Originally posted by Ghost how fat do you have to be that you need an endless supply of food even when flying in a fukin plane jesus

    ILL HAVE THE STEAK! like yeah when I get on a bus or train first thing I think about is ordering food and eating it?? the fuck

    I've always wondered about this too...even on flights to the UK which takes about 11hrs you get 3 meals...what the fuck who eats 3 meals in the space of 11hrs...and half the fat bastards probably also ate something while in the airport waiting for their flight...then they shit up the toilet so it's unusable after 4hrs or so.

    Same with idiots who think it's entirely necessary to drink alcohol while flying...fair enough when it was free but in coach now you generally have to pay for it...and it's not cheap.

    I flew first class one time when I offered to go on standby, they said if they couldn't find me a seat they'd give me $400, put me up in the airport hotel and fly me out on the next days flight (this was when I still lived in England and was flying back and forth visiting my future exwife #1).

    Anyway they found me a seat but didn't tell me it was in 1st class...I was sat next to some oil baron guy who got chatting with me and we shared a couple of bottles of champagne, the food was silly, lobster, steak, snacks whenever you wanted...those Ice Cream snickers etc etc, told me he paid $5k for the seat (This was in 1996 or so) I told him I paid $300 or whatever it was back then. He gave me his business card and said "when you make it here to Texas to live give me a call and I'll hire you"....I lost his fucking card.
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  5. #5
    Ghost Black Hole
    The alcohol I understand, they should have cocaine too, also whats the deal with no smoking... YOU COULD SMOKE ON A PLANE??? that sounds chill I wanna smoke a cigar and have a glass of brandy instead of eat 14 cheeseburgers and take a BIG STINKY clogging the toilets requiring them to drop the blue ice bomb through some retirement home roof killing everyone inside with my frozen blue cheeseburger shit meteor

    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Anyway they found me a seat but didn't tell me it was in 1st class…I was sat next to some oil baron guy who got chatting with me and we shared a couple of bottles of champagne, the food was silly, lobster, steak, snacks whenever you wanted…those Ice Cream snickers etc etc, told me he paid $5k for the seat (This was in 1996 or so) I told him I paid $300 or whatever it was back then. He gave me his business card and said "when you make it here to Texas to live give me a call and I'll hire you"….I lost his fucking card.

    damn that's just like that one episode of seinfeld, you are like kramer

  6. #6
    Kafka African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson I've always wondered about this too…even on flights to the UK which takes about 11hrs you get 3 meals…what the fuck who eats 3 meals in the space of 11hrs…and half the fat bastards probably also ate something while in the airport waiting for their flight…then they shit up the toilet so it's unusable after 4hrs or so.

    Same with idiots who think it's entirely necessary to drink alcohol while flying…fair enough when it was free but in coach now you generally have to pay for it…and it's not cheap.

    I flew first class one time when I offered to go on standby, they said if they couldn't find me a seat they'd give me $400, put me up in the airport hotel and fly me out on the next days flight (this was when I still lived in England and was flying back and forth visiting my future exwife #1).

    Anyway they found me a seat but didn't tell me it was in 1st class…I was sat next to some oil baron guy who got chatting with me and we shared a couple of bottles of champagne, the food was silly, lobster, steak, snacks whenever you wanted…those Ice Cream snickers etc etc, told me he paid $5k for the seat (This was in 1996 or so) I told him I paid $300 or whatever it was back then. He gave me his business card and said "when you make it here to Texas to live give me a call and I'll hire you"….I lost his fucking card.

    Why did you want to move to America? It seems like a nightmare to me, couldn't drag me there.
  7. #7
    I makes sure my bladder and food canal are totally clear before getting on a plane now...besides the fact I'm 6'4" and the shit box on a plane is 2ftx3ftx5ft. I can usually go the whole flight without using the restroom. As I've aged though I split the flight into 2 now...Houston to New York which is about 5-6hrs or so, New York to London which is also about 5/6hrs. That way if I do have a inflight piss/shit emergency I can at least probably make it to the 1/2way point...plus and I can stretch my legs after being cramped up in coach.
  8. #8
    Originally posted by Kafka Why did you want to move to America? It seems like a nightmare to me, couldn't drag me there.

    I didn't...Me coming to American was plan B...plan A was her coming to the UK but she couldn't get a visa so I came here....it's not so bad, same shit different place...and over here they think my Manchester Accent is sophisticated
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    Kafka African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson I didn't…Me coming to American was plan B…plan A was her coming to the UK but she couldn't get a visa so I came here….it's not so bad, same shit different place…and over here they think my Manchester Accent is sophisticated

    Do you miss the UK?

    I had a nightmare as a child about America, that I was left with some religious family and had to share a bedroom with their daughter... I can't stand their accents, too whiny.
  10. #10
    Ghost Black Hole
    Originally posted by Kafka Why did you want to move to America? It seems like a nightmare to me, couldn't drag me there.

    you will be human trafficked to AMERIKKKA

    every day you will be awoken by the sound of gunshots, screaming drug addicts in pain, car crashes and loud honking and sirens.

  11. #11
    Ghost Black Hole
    anyone ever stand in a flat portion of north america the great plains midwest area in a place like that while tripping and the sweltering heat and have visions of native americans riding the mighty grasslands on horseback with no roads, no buildings or traffic just and endless sea of green from dawn until dusk and then you shake your head and the light changes
  12. #12
    Originally posted by Kafka Do you miss the UK?

    I had a nightmare as a child about America, that I was left with some religious family and had to share a bedroom with their daughter… I can't stand their accents, too whiny.

    Yes and no...I miss the countryside and actual seasons/cool weather. I used to be an outdoorsy person in England, always out hiking, fishing or motorcycling around country lanes....here it's too fucking hot to move 90% of the time.

    I do like the convenience here though...need a 5/8ths nut at 3am? no problem, go to Walmart, when I go home to England now it seems everywhere shuts down at 9/10pm...people are generally friendlier here too. I remember back in England if you were on the bus and started talking to people everyone thought you were a nutter ...not here, people are friendly and talk to you all the time.

    It's kind of 50/50...in an ideal world I'd live 50% here 50% there.
  13. #13
    Ghost Black Hole
    british people when you join a gang be like "once you innit, you INNIT"

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    Things went south with England though when Greggs stopped selling their deep dish meat and potato pies...fucking recockulous...I remember April 2014 when I went there on my honeymoon with Exwife #2 and as always "2x deep dish meat and potato pies from greggs" was high on my list...I walked into Greggs nodding at the wife as if to say "this is it babe...you're mouth is about to love you for the rest of it's life"...

    "2 of your finest deep dish meat and potatoes pies my good woman" I said..

    and then the response.

    "oh we don't sell them anymore luv, we only have pasties and sausage rolls."

    That was it, I was ready to get back on the plane to Texas then and there...it's like a piece of my heart was ripped out and stamped on by that aged apron wearing, greggs hat wearing woman.
  15. #15
    Kafka African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Yes and no…I miss the countryside and actual seasons/cool weather. I used to be an outdoorsy person in England, always out hiking, fishing or motorcycling around country lanes….here it's too fucking hot to move 90% of the time.

    I do like the convenience here though…need a 5/8ths nut at 3am? no problem, go to Walmart, when I go home to England now it seems everywhere shuts down at 9/10pm…people are generally friendlier here too. I remember back in England if you were on the bus and started talking to people everyone thought you were a nutter …not here, people are friendly and talk to you all the time.

    It's kind of 50/50…in an ideal world I'd live 50% here 50% there.

    I remember this man from San Francisco started talking with me in the bus station. He was dressed quirky and a memorable person, but I had a small fear he could be a nutcase trying to take advantage of me, my voice makes me sound naive, and I noticed this man getting closer like he thought something was wrong and getting ready to step in. Idk he seemed like a sweet man to me, nothing happened because I ran off for my bus but I felt like everyone was wary of him.
  16. #16
    Kafka African Astronaut
    He was just telling me about how he found his future wife while he was lost in India and that a routine would kill me, and I think he was trying to take me back to San Francisco, said he'd helped people from N.I move there before. That was a bit dodgy, I said it was a nice story.
  17. #17
    https://www.change.org/p/greggs-for-greggs-to-start-selling-meat-and-potato-pies-again

    I was one of the 5 supporters.
  18. #18
    Originally posted by Kafka He was just telling me about how he found his future wife while he was lost in India and that a routine would kill me, and I think he was trying to take me back to San Francisco, said he'd helped people from N.I move there before. That was a bit dodgy, I said it was a nice story.

    Sounds like running off was a good idea.
  19. #19
    Donald Trump Naturally Camouflaged
    Eating on a plane is pretty disgusting. I always feel fatter and more greasy than usual after it, especially since I can just about buckle the seatbelt in a normal seat nowadays. But drinking on a plane is GOAT. You can usually smuggle some booze from duty free onto the flight.

    I also like Ryanair coffee, which is rancid, but in a sort of good way. It's more about the novelty of drinking in a weird location than anything else.
  20. #20
    Kafka African Astronaut
    I eat on the plane just to pass the time.
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