Flying supposedly the fastest and most comfortable way to travel from one place to another. Unfortunately, there are always rude and inconsiderate people who make air travel worst. Recently, a former flight attendant named Shawn Kathleen started a Facebook Fanpage and website called Passenger Shaming. It allows anonymous flight attendants and disgruntled airline passengers to anonymously share images of the most disgusting and unacceptable passenger behaviors during their travels. The website unexpectedly became viral as outraged flyers around the world submitted photos of the most inconsiderate airline passengers behaving badly on flights.
These photos reminds everyone that if you don’t want to be on this list. Then be considerate and practice proper airplane etiquette. Here are some images taken from the fanpage.
Gaping Plot Holes You May Not Have Noticed In Your Favorite Movies
Every time we watch good movies especially our favorite ones. We usually enjoyed the interesting storyline, the epic fight scenes, and the awesome special effects that we often fail to notice some gaping plot holes and logical inconsistencies.
Every time we watch good movies especially our favorite ones. We usually enjoyed the interesting storyline, the epic fight scenes, and the awesome special effects that we often fail to notice some gaping plot holes and logical inconsistencies. 115
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