I heard a great thing on The Kane Show. While they were on a plane over the weekend, two of the people from the show sat next to a woman who did her nails on the plane. Color and top coat. How self-involved can you be that you think, “I need to do my nails despite the enclosed space and offensive chemical smell”?
Kane posted her picture on Twitter and the woman is a fan of the show and called in! She was mad that they did that and said “I paid for that seat and that space. I should be able to do whatever I want.” By that order people can do yoga, breast feed, make-out, masturbate, floss, blast your music sans headphones, and change a diaper. I can make my peace with breast feeding if you have a scarf or something to add privacy. I know babies have to eat but I have no desire to know you that well random stranger. Everything else is obnoxious and inexcusable.
She further defended what she did by saying that people bring on smelly food like “Subway meatball subs with onions.” Much like babies, people need to eat. When ordering food you should consider that the windows don’t open but no one will mock you Twitter for getting lunch.
When people said the smell gives them migraines or can trigger asthma attacks, she said “People have peanut allergies and they still serve peanuts.” Very few airlines still do that and people actually get a choice whether they fly that airline.
“It’s the same as perfume.” Really? Nobody puts on perfume while sitting on the damn plane. If it’s already on, the damage is done, start wheezing. Again, people should go easy on the scented crap before flying but nobody will mock you unless your offensive smell is BO or you bathed in your cologne.
An airline stewardess called in and said that she was surprised someone didn’t take it away because it’s flammable. That finally shut her up. It wasn’t because nobody agreed with her. It wasn’t because all her arguments were lamer than a two-legged dog. It was because it was a fire hazard.
If I was sitting next to her and she got up to go to the bathroom I would grab that stuff out of her purse and hid it. Nobody cares if your nails are funky and if I made a show out of taking your nail polish, people would clap. I know I would.