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    Forum Dinosaur ไดโนเสาร์ Linne's Avatar
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    Default no farting on the flight deck please

    more strong cheese for me in economy

    http://uk.news.yahoo.com/experts-tel...041505847.html

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    "We humbly propose that active charcoal should be embedded in the seat cushion, since this material is able to neutralise the odour," they said.

    Really, no need. I've never detected the odour of inflight flatulence and I've a good nose for the, ahem, bouquet. It might be due to cabin pressure and, fortunately, the noise of the engines has spared my blushes on more than one occasion.

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    Ask Harvey about Helga, the flight deck and a rubbish barge

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    Went to the toilet after a rather large elderly Indian lady a few years back on the Mumbai to Heathrow leg of a flight back from Thai , you would have needed a rapid cabin depressurisation to deal with the aftermouth of her in-flight curry a couple of hours before Ahh Kingfisher gone but not forgotten.

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    Nothing wrong in letting a few little Rippers loose.............

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    Stuck on a plane for 11 hours it's difficult not to emit gasses/ flatulate ocasionally. The worst bit is feeling guilty about disturbing Abdul and Fritz when you have the window seat and need to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfy View Post
    feeling guilty about disturbing Abdul and Fritz when you have the window seat and need to go.
    Get an Aisle seat like I do Wolfy then you don't have to wake up the snoring "forced seat mates" plus if a little asian lady has the window seat (they usually do if travelling alone) they have to speak and climb over you

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