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(BBC-US)   Delta Airlines versus the mommybloggers. One guess who won   (bbc.com) divider line 31
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2014-02-26 10:54:05 PM
9 votes:
When it's Delta Airlines vs. Mommybloggers the only thing worth rooting for is an global killer asteroid strike that sets off every volcano on earth and awakens a severely hung-over Cthulhu
2014-02-26 11:36:30 PM
4 votes:
Congrats on taking cock and shiatting out a human. Your opinion is now worth double
2014-02-26 11:31:37 PM
4 votes:
A mother could breastfeed her baby on the plane with a giant arrow pointing at her tit and "WATCH MY KID SUCK MILK FROM MY BOOBS" written across her rack for all I care, if it keeps the little brat from crying throughout the flight.
2014-02-26 08:54:49 PM
4 votes:
"Lindsay unfortunately you are not able to breast feed if you don't have a cover up," the airline representative tweeted. "I'm sorry."

Parenting blogs picked up on the story, noting that 45 states have laws allowing women to breastfeed in public. After hours of uproar, Delta...


Dear Lindsay,

As a fellow parent...Jesus f*cking Christ.  No one really wants to see your stupid kid suck on your whale titty. Least of all the guy sitting next to you who probably wishes he could put a bullet through his brain. Most of us would prefer you cover that sh*t up. Is that too much to ask?

Honestly though, no one seriously gives a sh*t except probably you and the friggin milk nazis at La Leche League. Most people on said plane would probably defend your right to whip tit out for your kid because most of us have been there. Just don't be surprised if a couple of weirdos stare at you and lick their lips throughout the flight, and if a couple of people on the plane who never have kids and genuinely hate you give you creepy mad stares like you are ruining their life. Be prepared to deal with it.

I honestly don't get people who can't be bothered to put a coverup on though. It's almost like they want someone to start sh*t about it so they can get all pissy. I mean if that's OK, it should be OK to get a BJ in public, right? As long as I cum.
2014-02-26 11:30:54 PM
3 votes:
The only winning move is not to choose. How about a nice game of Global Thermonuclear War?
2014-02-27 09:12:09 AM
2 votes:

Cerebral Ballsy: Second of all, it's legal for women to be topless in some places even if they're not breastfeeding (NYC).


It's legal for men to be topless everywhere in the country, but thousands of businesses have a 'no shirt no service' policy.
It's legal to sit down at a table everywhere in the country, but thousands of restaurants have 'tables are for paying customers only' policy.
It's a constitutionally protected right to speak out against others.

If a group of men barge into a restaurant, refuse to order anything, strip down to their waist, and scream at the top of their lungs that they have a legal right to be there and are breaking no laws, I'm pretty sure they'd all be arrested for trespassing. But when 'mommybloggers' do exactly that, even when none of them even have a young child present in the first place, it's perfectly fine, because reasons.
2014-02-26 09:29:55 PM
2 votes:

bdub77: I honestly don't get people who can't be bothered to put a coverup on though. It's almost like they want someone to start sh*t about it so they can get all pissy.


Oh, ya think?

GOD, I hate the breastfeeding group here.  Perpetually angry, pushy, loud-mouthed, belligerent biatches.  I'm all for women speaking our minds, and surely don't shun healthy debate... but their entire lives seem to revolve around, basically, "You will watch me breast-feed!  YOU WILL!!  WATCH ME, DAMN YOU!  WAAAAAATCH MEEEEEEEEE!!!"

Fark y'all.  Go away.
2014-02-27 11:43:10 AM
1 votes:

Cerebral Ballsy: EmmaLou: As a woman, I don't want to see your kid suckling. Yes, it's normal and natural, but I still don't want to see your bare breast. Put something between that special moment and the people around you: a receiving blanket, a t shirt, a scarf...whatever.

I'm guessing these ladies who want to breastfeed in the open are the same ladies who don't like public nudity...for the children.

So? Look away. Problem solved.


Next time I'm on a plane I'll piss and shiat myself without leaving my seat. It's natural! Just look away! Problem solved.
2014-02-27 10:51:11 AM
1 votes:
When all you do is sit around all day, you have a lot of free time to complain.
2014-02-27 10:05:37 AM
1 votes:
FTFA:  "Jessica Martin-Weber on her blog, the Leaky Boob....."

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2014-02-27 09:58:21 AM
1 votes:
The problem with Las Leches League is that it reminds me of Tres Leches cake and then I want cake.  Crap.
2014-02-27 09:55:40 AM
1 votes:

The Gordie Howe Hat Trick: I don't understand the cringing when a mother feeds her child the way nature intended.

Who. The. fark. Cares??!

And, basement dwellers, it is nowhere near the same thing as pissing, or shiatting or jerking off. Pissing/shiatting is the elimination of bodily waste that can be and often is potentially harmful to others. The contents are segregated from the rest of the population as to not spread infection.


Urine is significantly more sterile and thus safe than breastmilk.  So if safety is your metric, then I should be allowed to pee wherever I want.
2014-02-27 06:26:01 AM
1 votes:

Molavian: So I don't have to use a cover if I masturbate to a woman breastfeeding on a Delta flight?


Do you belong to La Lechery League?
2014-02-27 03:11:43 AM
1 votes:

redflag: vincentfox: lemortede: If you have infants your life is at home, not gallivanting around the country/world.

Easy to say, if you don't live half the planet away from both families.  For many of us, keeping connected to our extended families means we MUST travel to see them, because they for damn sure aren't all coming to us.

You can't forgo seeing them for 1-2 years?



Forgo seeing my family for years because some delicate flower on my flight might be more of a crybaby than my infant ever was? Not farking likely.

I've been a childless passenger on many flights that had infants on board, including long-hauls; it is just not that big a deal.
2014-02-27 01:02:03 AM
1 votes:

Ryker's Peninsula: Forty-Two: Ryker's Peninsula: Here's one thing I don't get... why would you WANT to breastfeed in public?  I'm sure a private restroom was a whole 30 seconds away on the airplane.

No. Airplane restrooms are cramped, and it'd be a serious inconvenience to other passengers to tie up a restroom for the time of a feeding.

Yes, airplane restrooms are cramped.  What a huge inconvenience.  But they are private.  When you are in a public place, you're going to have to deal with the general public and they usually aren't decent people.  And people, especially men, aren't known for rational thought when any woman lifts up her shirt or opens her blouse to expose her boobs under any circumstance.   Breast feeding is an intimate moment between a mother and her child.  Have some courtesy and don't share it with people in public.  There's more than one restroom on a plane.


I read somewhere their periods attract bears
2014-02-27 12:55:19 AM
1 votes:

Ryker's Peninsula: Forty-Two: Ryker's Peninsula: Here's one thing I don't get... why would you WANT to breastfeed in public?  I'm sure a private restroom was a whole 30 seconds away on the airplane.

No. Airplane restrooms are cramped, and it'd be a serious inconvenience to other passengers to tie up a restroom for the time of a feeding.

Yes, airplane restrooms are cramped.  What a huge inconvenience.  But they are private.  When you are in a public place, you're going to have to deal with the general public and they usually aren't decent people.  And people, especially men, aren't known for rational thought when any woman lifts up her shirt or opens her blouse to expose her boobs under any circumstance.   Breast feeding is an intimate moment between a mother and her child.  Have some courtesy and don't share it with people in public.  There's more than one restroom on a plane.


You're free to go hide in the restroom if you're offended.
2014-02-27 12:43:33 AM
1 votes:
Fark hypocrisy.

If the headline said that Delta would be allowing women to fly topless, you would all be knocking each other over to prove that you'd be first on that flight.

Every fark thread is filled top to bottom with variations of "Tits or GTFO". But if a woman exposes a square inch of breast to feed her kid, you all clutch your pearls in indignation. How DARE she expose a breast in public without the express purpose of titillating you?

/Not a parent, if you still get in a tizzy over seeing a few inches of breast skin, you shouldn't be on fark...)
2014-02-27 12:37:03 AM
1 votes:
Others called her "quite disrespectful" and said she was baiting Delta to "create a firestorm" and needed to "grow up".

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2014-02-27 12:29:19 AM
1 votes:

bdub77: I honestly don't get people who can't be bothered to put a coverup on though. It's almost like they want someone to start sh*t about it so they can get all pissy. I mean if that's OK, it should be OK to get a BJ in public, right? As long as I cum.


What's so freaking hard about throwing a blanket over the head of your crotchfruit?  Seriously, these farking mommy bloggers are a pain in the ass.  Why doesn't she just stand up and whip off her top and yell "Look!  I've got tits!  And I'm lactating!  Fark you, childless women."  Who cares?  Just do what you have to do with a modicum of modesty.

Then give me my BJ.
2014-02-27 12:25:26 AM
1 votes:

FunkOut: I think some people just find the idea that breasts make milk horrifying and grotesque.


My friend said it put a new realization on life for her: 'that she was a two-legged cow'

I love that sarcastic wench ;-)
2014-02-27 12:23:36 AM
1 votes:

Ryker's Peninsula: Here's one thing I don't get... why would you WANT to breastfeed in public?  I'm sure a private restroom was a whole 30 seconds away on the airplane.


Are you seriously asking why somebody wouldn't prefer to hang out in a airplane bathroom?
2014-02-27 12:12:49 AM
1 votes:
Dear Delta Airlines
I'm so glad you are taking an enlightened view of breast feeding. I have found that I'm no longer able to tolerate your kosher, vegan, gluten free meals and can only subsist on human breast milk. Please arrange a provider of this quality or better to provide for my meals as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act. I'll have my dietitian and marijuana card doctor board certified antiaging specialist send you a letter. i.huffpost.com
PS. I'm a 6 foot tall male so the chair won't be necessary.
2014-02-26 11:59:15 PM
1 votes:
My infant has had surgery, has a difficult time feeding, and needs to be fed every two hours.  HEY, I have a magnificent idea!  I'll take him on a six hour plane ride!
2014-02-26 11:48:22 PM
1 votes:
Which would you rather have:

A mother who asks you to stand up and get her "kid-supplies bag" from the overhead for you, dumps a bottle of airport "spring" water into a 2" dia hole while turbulence flings the airplane about, shakes the powder and water to mix, sending a fine mist of droplets all over, coaxes an infant into drinking the cold mess, and then attempts to catch the baby vomit that sprays it all over the interior while its head does a 360 degree pattern a la The Exorcist

...OR...

A mother who calmly opens her blouse, settles the kid in, and proceeds to supply nutrition to the kid and peace and quiet to everyone around her.

I've had to travel with both (one of our kids was fussy about formula), and I have to tell you, the second option is the least disruptive, with or without a "cover up."
2014-02-26 11:47:35 PM
1 votes:
It's A-OK as long as I can watch.  If I lick my lips it's just because they are dry.
2014-02-26 11:43:00 PM
1 votes:
So I don't have to use a cover if I masturbate to a woman breastfeeding on a Delta flight?
2014-02-26 11:31:46 PM
1 votes:
"Hang the miracle in the skies and squirt rainbows at it.  - Mark Twain
2014-02-26 11:31:33 PM
1 votes:

The Extra B is for BYOBB: Mr. Coffee Nerves: When it's Delta Airlines vs. Mommybloggers the only thing worth rooting for is an global killer asteroid strike that sets off every volcano on earth and awakens a severely hung-over Cthulhu

What does Cthulhu drink? I mean, Kracken Rum is a bit too on the nose.


Mang-O-Ritas
2014-02-26 11:28:15 PM
1 votes:

RatMaster999: Can we load all the mommybloggers on a plane and crash it into the middle of Pacific?


They'd die of vaccine preventable diseases before the plain got airborne.

And seriously? Look, I get that breast feeding is not sexual. But you don't pull out your tit in public without getting a few aside looks. No one wants to watch you doing that. It's not impressive, and it's not bold.
2014-02-26 11:26:36 PM
1 votes:
Can we load all the mommybloggers on a plane and crash it into the middle of Pacific?
2014-02-26 09:18:45 PM
1 votes:
Because women are prone to forgive and forget.
 
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