Branson ice cubes in Upper Class

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This topic contains 11 replies, has 10 voices, and was last updated by  Tete_de_cuvee 6 May 2012
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    Bullfrog
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    ‘Tacky ! .. says it all & shows this business model is in a pickle’


    flying_cookie
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    I couldn’t agree with you more


    Gold-2K
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    I can’t think of a more effective way to spoil a gin and tonic, staring in to the glass and seeing that bearded hippie bobbing around. On a positive note I guess it means virgin are going to be using bigger glasses from now on. If they can fit that ego into every glass they must now be serving cocktails by the pint.

    Raises an interesting question though, if Virgin are using SRBs head for their ice cubes, what would be an appropriate part of Willie Walsh for BA to drop in to their drinkies??


    esselle
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    In need of a stiff drink…………..


    LuganoPirate
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    Fie Esselle, fie;-)

    At least the ice cubes melt fairly quickly, unlike Old Beardy, mores the pity!


    Henkel.Trocken
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    What a disgusting idea. Glad I never travel VS.


    Bucksnet
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    BA should do ice cubes with the updated BA crest on them. More upmarket than Virgin’s tacky ones.


    BlackTower
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    I think drowning Michael O’leary themed cubes on Easyjet would be a great idea


    Henkel.Trocken
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    That would involve creativity and imagination! It won’t happen.


    TominScotland
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    Blacktower – Sunday and all that so i may be a little slow but what has Michael O’Leary got to do with Easyjet? Am I missing something really subtle here?


    Tete_de_cuvee
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    Methinks it is all Ice-cube in cheek.

    Tom, Blacktower wrote “drowning Michael O’leary” effigy – I can understand Stelios et al may find some humour in that.

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