Flight attendants reveal WORST pick-up lines passengers AND pilots have tried on them – from corny quips about mile-high club to VERY crude shout outs during the safety demonstration
Flight attendants have revealed the worst pick-up lines they’ve received from passengers and pilots while flying.
The onboard staff shared the uncomfortable comments with travel experts Rich Henderson and Andrew Kothlow, who posted it on their blog: Two guys in a planewhere they regularly provide advice on how to become a pro at flying.
The flight attendants use their blog to provide travelers with their expertise and some of the most hilarious encounters.
They recently asked other cabin crew members to share the cringe-worthy moments when passengers flirted with them – from asking flight attendants to join the ‘mile-high club’ to handing over napkins with numbers on them.
Rich Henderson and Andrew Kothlow are travel experts and the creators of the blog Two Guys on a Plane, who regularly provide advice on how to become a pro at flying
They’ve revealed the worst pick-up lines they’ve received from passengers while flying
They asked cabin crew members to share their cringe-worthy moments of passengers flirting with them
In their blog post, they explained that they had seen many passengers trying to have sex in the bathrooms, before adding that they had “seen way too many disgusting things happening in those small bathrooms.”
They added: ‘Whether it’s a passenger, a pilot or a fellow flight attendant – people on planes can get a bit weird.
“We asked flight attendants what the worst pick-up lines they’ve ever heard on a plane are and what they came up with was disappointing!”
A flight attendant revealed that a passenger tried to charm them while receiving a drink.
When the cabin crew member asked what they wanted to drink, the passenger replied, “You, on ice.”
And it turns out that travelers often use the drink and food cart as an opportunity to flirt with flight attendants.
Another flight attendant revealed that while handing a passenger a snack, he said, “Look, a snack from a snack.”
The cabin crew member noted that she “gaggled” when she heard it.
One passenger called a cabin crew member his ‘future ex-wife’, while another tried to make a movie date while flying
While the safety briefing was being demonstrated, a flight attendant made an eyebrow-raising comment
Another passenger called a cabin crew member a ‘snack’
Another person asked if they could ‘hypnotize’ a cabin crew member and asked for his number
Meanwhile, another traveler used the cleaning service as a way to ask for a date.
The passenger wrote his number on a napkin and handed it to the cabin crew member as she was collecting trash, hoping his trick would work.
Someone else jokingly tried to ask for the number of a flight attendant named Alexa.
They said, ‘Your name is Alexa? Hmm, Alexa, how do I get this girl’s number?’
Another passenger proved not to be shy and asked if a flight attendant wanted to join the “mile-high club,” a term for people who have had sex on a plane.
Other travelers asked if they could “hypnotize” the flight attendant and said the flight attendant looked like his “future ex-wife.”
And while most comments were light-hearted, other travelers upped the ante by making even more suggestive comments.
It wasn’t just passengers trying to get loud, according to flight attendants, pilots have asked if they needed their ‘pillows blown up’ and tried to find them on ‘Tinder’
One pilot asked to see the rest of a flight attendant’s tattoos
Another pilot invited them to their room because there would be a ‘monkey’ there
One passenger said: ‘Are we flying to Ireland? ‘Cause my D is Dublin when I look at you
One passenger said: ‘Are we flying to Ireland? Because my D is Dublin, because I look at you.’
And it wasn’t just passengers who tried to get rowdy, according to flight attendants, captains and pilots who asked to “fluff their pillows” and tried to find them on “Tinder.”
Another pilot invited them to their room because there would be a ‘monkey’ there.
While the safety briefing was being demonstrated, a flight attendant made an eyebrow-raising comment.
While showing passengers how to use the oxygen masks, one traveler shouted, “I have something to put in your mouth.”