Wrong_Intentions: NSFW on side of article, subby.
tonesskin: Oh, and now I saw it. It's a butt. OMG, I WILL BE FIRED FOR A BUTT! ON NOES.If you work at Puritan, Inc. then get a new farking job.
mr_a: That would explain the lack of Swedish terrorists.Of course Fayez Ahmed Rashid Ahmed al-Qadi Banihammad was allowed to fly no problem on 9/11
moonscatter: tonesskin: Oh, and now I saw it. It's a butt. OMG, I WILL BE FIRED FOR A BUTT! ON NOES.If you work at Puritan, Inc. then get a new farking job.everyone has butts. i thought nsfw was the stuff we don't all have like boobies and pokey-bits? (not on the same person, necessarily)
Klivian: moonscatter: tonesskin: Oh, and now I saw it. It's a butt. OMG, I WILL BE FIRED FOR A BUTT! ON NOES.If you work at Puritan, Inc. then get a new farking job.everyone has butts. i thought nsfw was the stuff we don't all have like boobies and pokey-bits? (not on the same person, necessarily)So if someone has boobies AND pokey-bits then it's considered SFW?
some swedish girl: Furthermore it contained the Swedish letters of ö and ä which were scrambled by the Ryanair booking system making the bar-code invalid.That's bullshiat! Fark half of the names in Sweden has å, ä or ö in there somewhere, and i refuse to pay any more for being Scandinavian you horrible company. If all the other airlines can handle it and RyanAir has mastered this before then why must she pay now? Man i hate RyanAir, you can just take your plane and "#@¤#*
FrancoFile: It's pronounced "Throat-Warbler Mangrove"/And a moose once bit my sister.
Ryanair hates everyone. Their patrons are treated like scum from start to finish. The poor woman will be lucky if she sees a penny in compensation from their farkup.
laurascudder: I'm also curious how they're supposed to operate in Germany with a system that can't handle umlauts. It must have been a localized problem.
The Voice of Doom: Sorry, you have to come to the information desk. the system wasn't designed to understand "#@¤#*".
ironicsky: ZOMG! say it isn't true... The poor ladies had to pay a whopping 5GBP each to buy new tickets...
kidsizedcoffin: As long as they don't let a mööse fly. A mööse once bit my sister.
Ishidan: Winning due to use of the grand slam of non-English diacritical marks, a hyphenated last name, AND use of names in two different languages other than English, we present the Grand Prize to:Alexzea Pi'ikeamaikalaniipomaika'ikeiahonua Michiko Amaterasu Murao-Burkeand the runner up for the week, using the more traditional "Hawaiian Paragraph Name" format, isAnabell Nahenahe I Ke Kamalei Nani Ke Aloha Makamae O Ke Akua Ho Yun OhiraAnd let us all remember last week's winner, retaining his title for sheer longest name of the month,Ayverson Alaipule Na Ka Mahina Malamalama I Hoike Mai O Oe No Ku'u Pua Kau Umau Ma Seum Kham Khamsouk
zerkalo: And THAT'S why you don't marry Finns, Satu.
Doc Batarang: zerkalo: And THAT'S why you don't marry Finns, Satu.That's what I came here to say!Touche, good sir, touche!
';DROP TABLE passengers
moonscatter: My best friend growing up was Polish. Her last name was only half as long as it was supposed to be because the immigration officials when her dad came over here told him that "Americans don't have last names longer than ten letters." Theirs was 22.She went to court after she graduated high school and had it changed back. And no, I cant spell the damned thing.
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