Asparagus On A PlaneBack to Forum
Anonymous30 Jun 2011
..is just wrong.
Thank heavens the season will soon be over.
I have suffered the after effects of this tasty but ultimately offensive vegetable numerous times in the smallest room of longhaul aircraft, and it isn’t pleasant.30 Jun 2011
Very funny. Feed them asparagus (and maybe some baked beans, and maybe some cabbage and brussels sprouts as well.) Then stick the seat belt sign on for the next seven hours.30 Jun 2011
Like some sort of carbon matting?
Not sure that does much good, judging by some recent experiences; horrific stench coming from the row in front aboard Qantas in F – smelled like something had died.30 Jun 2011
VK…………. had QF just served the Rockpool Lentil based starter. It was delicious but I swear if it could have been harnessed I would have reduced flying time to SIN by an hour!!!
You have to wonder who creates these menus and do they take accoubt of confined spaces for many hours after they have been consumed?30 Jun 2011
Vile asparagus again this week; thankfully, it’s the arse-end of the season.
Let’s hope Heston doesn’t stoop to this:18 Jul 2011
Flew Swiss to LCY last week, and was subjected to the most awful “pong” for most of the journey. Kids swore it was not them so had to be the passenger in front.
Until we were in the rented car going through the Blackwall Tunnel on our way to Kent and it hit again. The 8 year old could no longer keep a straight face and he finally fessed up!
I think I’m now in favour of banning all kid from planes – even my own!!!19 Jul 2011