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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-19-2007, 11:04 AM Thread Starter
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Do check who is sitting next to you on your next flight - it might be a corpse.......

Man tells of first class flight with corpse - Yahoo! News UK
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People can die of old age on some of those long flights... By the time you battle through parking, check-in, boarding cattle-calls, take-off, etc. one only needs to get into their coffin to make the trip complete.

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I will be flying again tomorrow and next week. If someone sits next to me again when the plane is half full I am going to punch him/her in the mouth.
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I heard this story on the radio earlier and I was thinking to myself that I would prefer to be seated next to a corpse for nine hours than some of the irriating fuckwits I've had to endure over the years. And even worse, when you are seated next to a fatty. That gives me the hump big time.
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