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Do you dress up to fly on an airplane?

Posted by FLUGG (36548 total points) about March 16, 2012 in Cars & Transportation - 464 views - 9 total answers. Status: closed. - Report

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    "Back In The Day," people used to dress up to fly. Those were the days when people also dressed to go to see a movie. Now I usually get stuck sitting next to some fat, smelly guy in a sleeveless t-shirt, shorts and flip flops...in both places.

    March 16, 2012
    Posted by pcrdds (14970 total points) - Report
    • Dave Cobb
      Dave Cobb Don't hold back, tell us how you realy feel.
      March 16, 2012 - 1 likes this
    • pcrdds
      pcrdds Gotcha, Dave! lol!
      March 16, 2012
    • Pluto68
      Pluto68 Was that you, pcrdds?
      March 17, 2012
    • FLUGG
      FLUGG It's called karma...
      March 18, 2012
  • The other week I tried to get on an airplane, but they sent me home to PUT ON some clothes. (Here I thought it would be easier for TSA . . . . but what do I know . . . .)

    March 16, 2012
    Posted by sonata (6089 total points) - Report
  • Sure I remember what we used to wear to fly ... suits and ties for the guys. Skirts, heels and hats for the ladies. Now I am lucky if I remember to zip the fly.

    March 16, 2012
    Posted by 4Jimbo (8762 total points) - Report
  • Casual, but always make sure you wear clean underwear, in case the plane crashes.

    March 16, 2012
    Posted by budcheng (15743 total points) - Report
  • Why even bother wearing clothes at all? Today's security screening leaves nothing to the imagination anyway.

    March 16, 2012
    Posted by mc_alamo (14659 total points) - Report
  • Our older son has figured out that the better he looks, the less likely he is to be pulled out of line. He shows up in a full suit, with pocket watch... and a backpack for a suitcase.

    My mother-in-law, on the other hand, was always picked out by their "auntie-terrorist" squad. (She stays home now.)

    March 16, 2012
    Posted by MrsDK (8802 total points) - Report
    • Janine
      Janine Your son is very smart, he's right too.
      March 16, 2012
  • I don't bother dressing at all, it makes it easier for the TSA gropers ...... besides who ever saw Pluto wearing clothes anyway?

    March 16, 2012
    Posted by Pluto68 (20378 total points) - Report
  • Only if I'm not attending a Mile High Club meeting.

    March 16, 2012
    Posted by mzrpl (23084 total points) - Report
  • Shorts a T-shirt and thongs (On my feet silly). I can do a strip search in five seconds flat. Yes I remember a time when one dressed up for travel. or go to a movie, or to dine out, or watch TV in one's living room. I truely do not miss those days.

    March 16, 2012
    Posted by Dave Cobb (19325 total points) - Report
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