Passenger attire when travelling over the holidays...

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Passenger attire when travelling over the holidays...

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:smt104 Pajamas?!?...really?...REALLY?!?!

I often hear people say "...well I want to be comfortable when I travel."

Well honey...you being 'comfortable' is making ME uncomfortable. MAKE AN EFFORT!!!

~iWbd :D
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I hear you, the more I travel the more crazy the people I have to share the a/c with make me. Wearing PJ's bringing there favourite sooky blanket or pillow from home for the big trip to Toronto from Halifax. I'm just going to stop now, my blood pressure is rising thinking about it.
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Birddog, it is indeed a festivus miracle!

You and I agree on something!

I've seen just about everything from dirty sweat pants, to sandals (departing from Alaska mind you). I want to start a website called "Passengers of walmart" or something like that.

There have been numerous occasions, where I was the only person on a 737 wearing a tie.
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I want to start a website called "Passengers of walmart" or something like that.
Just stop by the Ryan Air counters with your camera. :idea:
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Nark wrote: I've seen just about everything from dirty sweat pants, to sandals (departing from Alaska mind you). I want to start a website called "Passengers of walmart" or something like that.
Could be worse, I've had people apply for jobs dressed this way. :|
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I'm going out on a limb here, but I think PJ's were perfectly appropriate if you were departing LHR or JFK recently. :D
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It has been so long since I flew as a passenger on a large airline, I think I am almost scared to.
When I travel by FORD, I never need to pass security, and I wear what I want.

However, my wife wants to go to Hawaii one day.

My brother-in-law just took his first commercial flight and I explained about security, xrays, pat downs, water bottles finger nail files etc. Then a hour later he took his 6 inch jack knife out of his pocket and asked me if it would be OK to carry it with him on the flight.

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beaverbob wrote:It has been so long since I flew as a passenger on a large airline, I think I am almost scared to.
When I travel by FORD, I never need to pass security, and I wear what I want.

However, my wife wants to go to Hawaii one day.

My brother-in-law just took his first commercial flight and I explained about security, xrays, pat downs, water bottles finger nail files etc. Then a hour later he took his 6 inch jack knife out of his pocket and asked me if it would be OK to carry it with him on the flight.

Bob
I'm so totally with you on this one. I'll take the GMC, thanks. I bloody HATE flying airlines! Of course, I've never been into having my ass groped by another male! Go figure.
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Not just the holidays IWBD.

Saw pax last summer travelling to France dressed like K-Fed..

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There is nothing sexier than a good looking girl wearing a pair of yoga/lululemon pants. If I had the body for it, I'd probably wear a pair of those "juicy" pants when travelling, but that's only because I like to travel in style.
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TopperHarley wrote:There is nothing sexier than a good looking girl wearing a pair of yoga/lululemon pants. If I had the body for it, I'd probably wear a pair of those "juicy" pants when travelling, but that's only because I like to travel in style.
"Juicy"?! Those track pants with the word "Juicy" written on the bum....you find that attractive? really? REALLY!!!!???

THATS IT FOLKS!!!! IM LOGGING OFF THIS SITE AGAIN FOR ANOTHER YEAR!!!!

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yyz monkey wrote:Not just the holidays IWBD.

Saw pax last summer travelling to France dressed like K-Fed..

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MUAH HAHA

It's interesting that you'd post THIS particular picture up with my pimp ride in the background. Hmmmm we MUST know each other somehow ;-)
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I WAS Birddog wrote:
TopperHarley wrote:There is nothing sexier than a good looking girl wearing a pair of yoga/lululemon pants. If I had the body for it, I'd probably wear a pair of those "juicy" pants when travelling, but that's only because I like to travel in style.
"Juicy"?! Those track pants with the word "Juicy" written on the bum....you find that attractive? really? REALLY!!!!???

THATS IT FOLKS!!!! IM LOGGING OFF THIS SITE AGAIN FOR ANOTHER YEAR!!!!

;-)
They're attractive on the right kind of person. But I still prefer Lululemon. Personally, I would looove to get a pair of those "juicy" pants (preferably 1 or 2 sizes too small), then wear them backwards with the word "juicy" in front, go to a local bar, and just wait for the ladies to come up and give me their numbers. :rolleyes:
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TopperHarley wrote:There is nothing sexier than a good looking girl wearing a pair of yoga/lululemon pants.
Check out www.girlsinyogapants.com
You're welcome.
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glorifiedtaxidriver wrote:
TopperHarley wrote:There is nothing sexier than a good looking girl wearing a pair of yoga/lululemon pants.
Check out http://www.girlsinyogapants.com
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Thank you. THANK YOU! Fantastic.. and I love how they've labelled the grenades.

following close behind it.. haha.. I stumbled across this beauty.

http://www.ratemycameltoe.com

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There is nothing sexier than a good looking girl wearing a pair of yoga/lululemon pants
Just as long as you can't read 'Lululemon' across the width! 'lulem' at the most, please.

^ A prime example. that's a double lululemon!
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A bit off topic, but anything tight and stringy should never be worn by a man.
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FlaplessDork wrote:A bit off topic, but anything tight and stringy should never be worn by a man.
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Dude.........really...REALLY?!?!
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Was that pic posted by FlaplessDork or DorklessFlap? :?
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Here's one girl's idea of appropriate air travel attire:

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But this is how it should be done:

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We need to bring this thread back on track:

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We need to keep in mind it's an aviation board, so...
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