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7238 clicks; posted to Main » on 15 May 2014 at 10:58 PM (22 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2014-05-15 07:52:39 PM  
Trifecta?!

static.gamespot.com
 
2014-05-15 09:23:18 PM  
"Sexual in nature"

Count your blessings, is all I'm saying.
 
2014-05-15 09:42:14 PM  
Brings back memories.

"Mom! He's touching me! Stop touching me!"

"Don't make me come back there!"

"I'm not doing anything!"

"You're touching me!"

"I am not!"

*Whack!*

"Waaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa ..."

"Ha ha! You got whacked!"

*Whack*

"But I didn't do anything!"

*Whack. Whack*

"Waaaaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa ..."

"Waaaaaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa..."

Ah. Good times. Nothing like a long road trip to really bring a family together.
 
2014-05-15 11:11:12 PM  
If you're going to get drunk and lose control, an airplane is not the place to do it.  This story kind of reminds me of a flight I took from LA to NY back when TWA was still around.  It was a late flight and I was the only one in the first class section.  This flight attendant said it was too late for food, but she could get me a bottle of wine, which I accepted.  After a few minutes of chatting, I asked if she wanted some of the wine - at first she declined then changed her mind.  Pretty soon we were sitting together making small talk.  Another flight attendant came forward and said most of her passengers were asleep.  I offered her some of the wine - next thing you know we're all sitting there having a few drinks playing turbulence poker.  Basically, every time we hit an air pocket whoever had the bottle of wine had to take off a piece of clothing.  By this time Sherry and Heather were pretty buzzed.  Heather kept offering to help Sherry with her bra, but Sherry would just giggle and finally admitted she wasn't wearing one.  Next time we hit an air pocket, sure enough Sherry was holding the bottle.  As soon as her blouse came open Heather leaned forward...

I'll have to finish some other time.  Just realized a Family Feud rerun is about to start.
 
2014-05-15 11:13:31 PM  
This headline made me laugh with joy!
 
2014-05-15 11:15:38 PM  
typical brit.
 
2014-05-15 11:16:11 PM  

Too Pretty For Prison: If you're going to get drunk and lose control, an airplane is not the place to do it.  This story kind of reminds me of a flight I took from LA to NY back when TWA was still around.  It was a late flight and I was the only one in the first class section.  This flight attendant said it was too late for food, but she could get me a bottle of wine, which I accepted.  After a few minutes of chatting, I asked if she wanted some of the wine - at first she declined then changed her mind.  Pretty soon we were sitting together making small talk.  Another flight attendant came forward and said most of her passengers were asleep.  I offered her some of the wine - next thing you know we're all sitting there having a few drinks playing turbulence poker.  Basically, every time we hit an air pocket whoever had the bottle of wine had to take off a piece of clothing.  By this time Sherry and Heather were pretty buzzed.  Heather kept offering to help Sherry with her bra, but Sherry would just giggle and finally admitted she wasn't wearing one.  Next time we hit an air pocket, sure enough Sherry was holding the bottle.  As soon as her blouse came open Heather leaned forward...

I'll have to finish some other time.  Just realized a Family Feud rerun is about to start.


Why does this never happen to me?

Also:

Robert John Coppack, 40, who has dual citizenship in the United States and the United Kingdom, was on Flight 728 when two female passengers complained to a flight attendant that he had touched them inappropriately

This is why I take care to only touch women appropriately.
 
2014-05-15 11:20:49 PM  
Air marshals had him cuffed and restrained and they STILL turned the plane around. What a ridiculous policy that is.
 
2014-05-15 11:27:12 PM  

gfid: Too Pretty For Prison: If you're going to get drunk and lose control, an airplane is not the place to do it.  This story kind of reminds me of a flight I took from LA to NY back when TWA was still around.  It was a late flight and I was the only one in the first class section.  This flight attendant said it was too late for food, but she could get me a bottle of wine, which I accepted.  After a few minutes of chatting, I asked if she wanted some of the wine - at first she declined then changed her mind.  Pretty soon we were sitting together making small talk.  Another flight attendant came forward and said most of her passengers were asleep.  I offered her some of the wine - next thing you know we're all sitting there having a few drinks playing turbulence poker.  Basically, every time we hit an air pocket whoever had the bottle of wine had to take off a piece of clothing.  By this time Sherry and Heather were pretty buzzed.  Heather kept offering to help Sherry with her bra, but Sherry would just giggle and finally admitted she wasn't wearing one.  Next time we hit an air pocket, sure enough Sherry was holding the bottle.  As soon as her blouse came open Heather leaned forward...

I'll have to finish some other time.  Just realized a Family Feud rerun is about to start.

Why does this never happen to me?

Also:

Robert John Coppack, 40, who has dual citizenship in the United States and the United Kingdom, was on Flight 728 when two female passengers complained to a flight attendant that he had touched them inappropriately

This is why I take care to only touch women appropriately.


www.filmdope.com

Nibbling the ear lobe, kneading the buttocks, and so on and so forth. So we have all these possibilities before we...stampede towards the clitoris.
 
2014-05-15 11:37:56 PM  

Russ1642: Air marshals had him cuffed and restrained and they STILL turned the plane around. What a ridiculous policy that is.


THIS!
why screw up everybody else s trip?
 
2014-05-15 11:40:49 PM  
Wow. The pre flight feel up, the in flight fondle and the welcome strip search......All included in your ticket price!
 
2014-05-15 11:49:53 PM  
He was trying to coppack a feel.
 
2014-05-16 12:09:58 AM  

Madaynun: Russ1642: Air marshals had him cuffed and restrained and they STILL turned the plane around. What a ridiculous policy that is.

THIS!
why screw up everybody else s trip?


Toss him out the airlock.
 
2014-05-16 12:13:03 AM  

Too Pretty For Prison: If you're going to get drunk and lose control, an airplane is not the place to do it.  This story kind of reminds me of a flight I took from LA to NY back when TWA was still around.  It was a late flight and I was the only one in the first class section.  This flight attendant said it was too late for food, but she could get me a bottle of wine, which I accepted.  After a few minutes of chatting, I asked if she wanted some of the wine - at first she declined then changed her mind.  Pretty soon we were sitting together making small talk.  Another flight attendant came forward and said most of her passengers were asleep.  I offered her some of the wine - next thing you know we're all sitting there having a few drinks playing turbulence poker.  Basically, every time we hit an air pocket whoever had the bottle of wine had to take off a piece of clothing.  By this time Sherry and Heather were pretty buzzed.  Heather kept offering to help Sherry with her bra, but Sherry would just giggle and finally admitted she wasn't wearing one.  Next time we hit an air pocket, sure enough Sherry was holding the bottle.  As soon as her blouse came open Heather leaned forward...

I'll have to finish some other time.  Just realized a Family Feud rerun is about to start.


And that's how I made Kate Middleton.
/finished that for ya
//her mom was a flight attendant.
 
2014-05-16 12:22:38 AM  

itsaidwhat: And that's how I made Kate Middleton.
/finished that for ya
//her mom was a flight attendant. stewardess.


FTFY


Who the fark is Kate Middleton anyway?
 
2014-05-16 12:33:22 AM  

gfid: itsaidwhat: And that's how I made Kate Middleton.
/finished that for ya
//her mom was a flight attendant. stewardess.

FTFY


Who the fark is Kate Middleton anyway?


She's from Canada, you wouldn't know  her.
 
2014-05-16 12:47:49 AM  
 
2014-05-16 01:00:03 AM  
Enjoy Federal Pound-Me-In-Me-Bum prison, jerk
 
2014-05-16 01:12:18 AM  

Too Pretty For Prison: If you're going to get drunk and lose control, an airplane is not the place to do it.  This story kind of reminds me of a flight I took from LA to NY back when TWA was still around.  It was a late flight and I was the only one in the first class section.  This flight attendant said it was too late for food, but she could get me a bottle of wine, which I accepted.  After a few minutes of chatting, I asked if she wanted some of the wine - at first she declined then changed her mind.  Pretty soon we were sitting together making small talk.  Another flight attendant came forward and said most of her passengers were asleep.  I offered her some of the wine - next thing you know we're all sitting there having a few drinks playing turbulence poker.  Basically, every time we hit an air pocket whoever had the bottle of wine had to take off a piece of clothing.  By this time Sherry and Heather were pretty buzzed.  Heather kept offering to help Sherry with her bra, but Sherry would just giggle and finally admitted she wasn't wearing one.  Next time we hit an air pocket, sure enough Sherry was holding the bottle.  As soon as her blouse came open Heather leaned forward...

I'll have to finish some other time.  Just realized a Family Feud rerun is about to start.


I've missed you, spentmiles.
 
2014-05-16 02:06:06 AM  
Stay classy, Eurotrash.
 
2014-05-16 02:10:01 AM  
European flights are bad enough without some drunk jack hole causing you to have to start over. Everyone on the flight should get get to ball-torture this asshole until they feel satisfaction.
 
2014-05-16 02:44:12 AM  

Russ1642: Air marshals had him cuffed and restrained and they STILL turned the plane around. What a ridiculous policy that is.


Don't parents always threaten their kids with turning around and going home if they don't STFU and behave?
 
2014-05-16 06:36:41 AM  
I'd be pissed if some drunk jerk caused that kind of delay. At both the drunk and the policy that mandates a plane re-route for something that doesn't threaten the flight.
 
2014-05-16 07:12:49 AM  
They turned back because the UK doesn't have the death penalty.
 
2014-05-16 08:18:08 AM  

GrymReeper: They turned back because the UK doesn't have the death penalty.


I was thinking, hand him a parachute and push him out.  If he is sober enough, he'll get the chute on and land safely, of course he'll need to be able to swim as well.  It's kind of like trail by combat, if he survives, he was innocent.

swahnhennessy: I'd be pissed if some drunk jerk caused that kind of delay. At both the drunk and the policy that mandates a plane re-route for something that doesn't threaten the flight.


Drunks behavior can change quickly, as in get violent and destructive.  He was already at the lovey gropey stage, they didn't need screaming and flailing drunk guy.
 
2014-05-16 08:43:18 AM  

agent00pi: Too Pretty For Prison: If you're going to get drunk and lose control, an airplane is not the place to do it.  This story kind of reminds me of a flight I took from LA to NY back when TWA was still around.  It was a late flight and I was the only one in the first class section.  This flight attendant said it was too late for food, but she could get me a bottle of wine, which I accepted.  After a few minutes of chatting, I asked if she wanted some of the wine - at first she declined then changed her mind.  Pretty soon we were sitting together making small talk.  Another flight attendant came forward and said most of her passengers were asleep.  I offered her some of the wine - next thing you know we're all sitting there having a few drinks playing turbulence poker.  Basically, every time we hit an air pocket whoever had the bottle of wine had to take off a piece of clothing.  By this time Sherry and Heather were pretty buzzed.  Heather kept offering to help Sherry with her bra, but Sherry would just giggle and finally admitted she wasn't wearing one.  Next time we hit an air pocket, sure enough Sherry was holding the bottle.  As soon as her blouse came open Heather leaned forward...

I'll have to finish some other time.  Just realized a Family Feud rerun is about to start.

I've missed you, spentmiles.


Given the username, I was thinking it was Stop Arresting Me's alt, but I can't seem to find his hidden theme within the words!
 
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