Assholes on a Plane

by Amelia Diamond
August 4, 2014
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We have had it with these mother-f*ing people on this mother-f*ing plane.

peopleonplanesannotatedBoth Leandra and myself spend ample time on airplanes. In the past two months alone, our asses have wed at least 13 flight seats if you include connections, layovers and an accidental train ride that came in the wake of a diversion (long story, text Leandra for details).

And every time one of the two of us landed, we’d complain about our seat-mates. Together we found that no matter the destination, no matter the flight’s purpose, no matter the hierarchical accommodations, the people on our planes were, fundamentally, exactly the same. And so, similar to the accidental originator of the Buzzfeed list (as in, the artist formerly known as Mitch Albom and his The Five People You Meet in Heaven) we give you the far less eloquent, though equally relevant: Ten People You Meet on a Plane, starting with:

The Frequent Pee-er Miles
Someone takes her Dr. Phil tips and Goop guides a bit too seriously, because while celebregurus love nothing more than to extol the virtues of water, Phil & Gwen definitely did not intend for the Frequent Pee-er to chug the entire Atlantic Ocean prior to departure.

The Freequent Pee-er earns her miles by getting up to pee on the half hour, every hour. You can guarantee that she will have to go during paramount moments in whatever movie you are watching, at the climax of whatever story you are reading, or while you’re falling asleep. Her bouts of “excuse me” and “so sorry” are not sincere because all she cares about is avoiding bloat. She’s selfish and she’s hydrated.

The Manic Snack Packer

This woman got on the plane with a diaper bag full of Ziploc bags which, in due time you will learn, are partitioned by food groups — and make no mistake, every group is accounted for. She’s got her grains, her tupperware full of fruit, the sliced crudite to be chased by cold cuts and then followed by the block of cheese that aisle 35 is complaining about. You’re seeing more food than the average human consumes in the span of 72 hours and yet, there it goes, all of it, into her mouth and down her throat. Mind you, this is a shuttle flight from LaGuardia to Boston.

The Coma Kid
At first you respect The Coma Kid. This dude got on the plane, buckled his seatbelt and passed the fuck out. Screw safety tips — he doesn’t need them. But after a solid three hours, when CK is still asleep, you start to worry: Is he alive? Should you poke him? Hold a mirror underneath his nose to see if he fogs the glass? You could, especially if you’re super bored, but if the Coma Kid wakes up to you hovering over his doubled chin to “make sure he’s still alive,” the rest of the plane ride is going to be really awkward.

Elbow Rest Warrior
You know this person. 6’10, 320. Cross-fit Master, crocodile wrestler. The Elbow Rest Warrior is stoic as a statue, kinder than a panda and yet completely oblivious to personal space. That or he, too, is selfish and can’t understand the elbow rest to elbow ratio. As in, if the person to your left or right is lacking, you must, for the sake of humanity, relinquish control of at least one throne.

The Team Player
The Team Player may have shared the womb with an attached twin at some point in their gestation because this person does not understand that whatever is yours is not actually theirs. Like the ERW, the Team Player sees no qualms in the other-seat-lean. Despite a properly working television set, they find yours more interesting, and if you’re reading a book they’re trying to skim the pages right along with you. If you glare at the TP they will stare right back. And 9 times out of 10, they smell like cottage cheese.

Paranoid Pete
A colonial woman on the wing of the plane is the least of this guy’s worries. He is freaking out, forgot his Xanex, and mark his words: you’re going down with him.

The Baby
But not the cute baby. Not the napping baby who wakes up to coo and smile then falls back into a lactose coma. No. The one with an ear infection and a devil possession and a dirty diaper and two parents who are just like, “Chill, man. You were a baby once too.” False. I was an angel, whereas that thing you’ve swaddled in too many blankets is 100% a shouting alien.

The Child
The Child may actually be worse than The Baby if you’re easily irritated as opposed to just hyper noise-sensitive. The Child is creepy. It stares at you menacingly through the partition of the two seats in front of you, and smiles like Chuckie and whispers shit like, “You’re next.” It kicks chairs and constantly reclines into your lap, and eats stupid snacks like Yogurt Chips and Cheddar Bunnies. When I was a kid, we ate Oreos, and we weren’t allowed on airplanes until we knew how to fly them ourselves.

The Stoic Sitter
Paranoid Pete should never, ever sit next to the Stoic Sitter because she boards the plane with a Chapstick and a smile then doesn’t move for the rest of the ride. Where is her purse? Where is her book? Where is her OK! magazine or her iPod or her friends? What is going on inside the Stoic Sitter’s mind that enables her to sit still for four hours and do not a SINGLE THING? Has she peed yet? Is she meditating? Is she sleeping with her eyes open? Is she…dead? Like Angelica Pickles used to tell Tommy and co: if you have to ask, you’ll never know.

iWork at Google Guy
This dude has too many things to do that require a charger. He has an iPad. He has an iPod. He has an iPhone, a vintage MP3 player, a Google phone, a Blackberry, a Kindle and a Droid. Despite your inability to get in-air wifi, he has been tweeting the whole time from his personal hot spot, has posted three pictures to Instagram and checked in “Over Hawaii.” If the plane goes down due to an issue of mechanic miscommunication, there is a 47% chance it is his fault.

Activity Annie
Activity Annie will not leave you alone. But it’s not on purpose — she’s studying. She’s highlighting. Then she puts her textbook away and now she’s writing. Now she’s texting! And now she’s back in her bag, rummaging through her purse, looking for headphones and then suddenly it’s time for a walk! After 20 minutes, Activity Annie gets antsy, which is when she turns to you and — against your will — tells you all about her breakup. Pay attention. There will be a quiz upon landing.

In the event you’re counting, yes, you clocked that right: This was actually eleven. Eleven of the people you might meet on a plane. And we bet there are plenty more that languish above your ocean, so, go on.

REPLIES
  • Jolanda

    Its kind of funny that you drew them like there is only one of these wack jobs sitting in every row. In my experience they are all sitting in the same row as yours truly…

    • nikol345

      One time a flight attendant was genuinely worried when I passed out before take off on a 12 hour flight and had to be woken up only to be told we had landed.

  • GapToothedGirl

    LOL, I’ve found all them once!!!

    XOX, Gap.

    http://www.gaptoothedgirl.com

  • http://adeliberateimagination.wordpress.com/ CJKEYS2

    What’s the name for an adult woman who tells you she had no idea Nevada was that hot and then lifts up her shirt to show you her 3rd degree sunburns on her stomach? That happened to me last week.

    • http://cityhabit.wordpress.com Modupe Oloruntoba

      Overly familiar Faye? :)

  • http://dressinginlabels.blogspot.com Karen – Dressing in Labels

    Great article! The worst kind for me are the children and babies!

    x Karen
    http://dressinginlabels.blogspot.com

  • Charlotte

    This is spot on! I recognized every single one of them. And the worst part is I recognize almost 8 out the 11 from the last flight I had. It was only 3 hours. But it was hell.

  • Loraine de Sanctis

    how about those people that to get back into their seat they feel the need to pull on the seat infront (where you are sitting and proceed to awkwardly get pulled back along with strands of your hair), or the creepy old guy constantly staring despite he’s with his old wife, or the unhygienic lunatic who goes barefoot into the bathroom, or the burrito blanket wrapped guy, legs stretched out and snores so loud you can hear him over the aircraft noise. OR the asshole who on a europe-usa flight decides that he/she needs to lift the window and let that little sliver yet blinding and annoying as fuck sunlight in when the rest of the plane clearly has all the windows down and people are trying to sleep.

    • Amelia Diamond

      I HATE THE LIGHT BLINDING PERSON!!!

    • Charlotte Fassler

      A sleep mask and wax earplugs were two of my best airplane investments.

  • Carla

    Loll, I’ve found almost all of them in several flights… Though I have to say I’m the frequent pee-er miles and I’ve been the Coma Kid (or Coma Woman now) several times! Also, you should add the ‘group of friends that can’t stop seeing all the pictures they’ve made during the trip and talk about all the places they’ve been’. For the whole flight!! Those were my seat-mates on my flight Athens-Madrid last month (two on my row and two on the front row!). Luckily I was on Coma Kid mode ;)

    http://summerinsavannah.blogspot.com.es/

    • Charlotte Fassler

      I fully am the coma kid. I often ask people to switch with me if I am on the aisle offering that I am a great window sitter since I will not be getting up the entirety of the flight. One time a flight attendant was genuinely worried when I passed out before take off on a 12 hour flight and had to be woken up only to be told we had landed….

      • Loraine de Sanctis

        getting woken up to be told that you’ve landed would be a fucking dream! i envy you

      • http://Medium.com/@hager_emma Emma Hager

        If I could do this, I would. I envy every part of the above.

  • Charlotte Fassler

    Once on a flight from Vegas to NY an entire crew of fist-pumping wasted bros boarded the plane chanting “Put yo tits up!!!” I silently prayed they would not sit next to me….they did.

    • http://Medium.com/@hager_emma Emma Hager

      This always happens.

  • http://cityhabit.wordpress.com Modupe Oloruntoba

    Oh my word.
    I am the frequent pee-er.

    • Amelia Diamond

      Ok honestly…so am I. This is why I require an aisle!!!

      • Fishmonkey

        Me three. But I do have coma kid tendencies on trans-Atlantic flights, and then it’s window time. Screw dehydration, I am not staying awake for 8 hours.

      • http://cityhabit.wordpress.com Modupe Oloruntoba

        Yes! aisle seat always! I’ll take in the view when I land, and I’ll take the obligatory plane wing instagram while the coma kid next to me sleeps.

  • http://cityhabit.wordpress.com Modupe Oloruntoba

    My (tall for her age) 14 year old sister got proposed to by a weird older guy who had had one too many of the teeny weeny drinks. It was funny at first, but then he leaned over to the seat behind us and started talking wedding logistics with my dad… no.

    • Amelia Diamond

      uhhh

  • elizabeth

    #12: The sweet elderly woman who asks to switch spots with you so she can sit next to her husband, a request which you oblige only to realize immediately upon switching that the sweet old woman has thrown you to the proverbial airline wolves: the NEWLYWEDS who have no concept of the repugnance of PDA on a plane. They obviously don’t read man repeller enough to realize that they are worse than snakes on a plane.

    • Amelia Diamond

      he she’s a pro

  • Samantha

    Great post – laughed so hard! Sounds a lot like my daily commute on the train.

    http://stilequotidiano.com

    xxSamantha

    • Amelia Diamond

      Ha the train / bus is a whole other thing too!!

  • http://Medium.com/@hager_emma Emma Hager

    One time I confronted a really fat man that was *already* taking over my seat twenty minutes into a six hour flight. I said: “Sir, this is my seat, but if you need some of it, you can buy some of my seat from me, like you would leg room a few rows ahead.”

    People with more flesh require more seat…..but there’s a fuckin’ price to pay for mine! In this sense, I follow that old economists’ saying “there is no free lunch.”

    • Charlotte Fassler

      What did he say back to you????

      • http://Medium.com/@hager_emma Emma Hager

        He was visibly pissed and just kinda made a grunt. Guess he felt entitled to half of my seat. It was a tense plane ride.

  • Leandra Medine

    we forgot the diva. she boards in a full lewk with the swagger of a first class denizen then shimmies to her seat by the back of the plane to be overheard asking for things such as: a glass glass for her white wine and fresh squeezed oj.
    love her

    • http://Medium.com/@hager_emma Emma Hager

      She also reads raunchy romance novels on her iPad, and her long ass fake nails make that annoying clicking sound every time she turns the damned “page.”

      To make the situation better, you think: at least she’s reading SOMETHING, anything, words (?).

  • dustUP

    What’s the name for a person who freaks out if there is no other but only cow milk on board?

  • andrea raymer

    My worst flight seat partner experience was probably when I was 13 and went to London with my family for the first time. My dad and I were sat next to a 40-something man from Bristol that started ordering whiskeys before the flight even took off. My dad, of course had the foresight to take the aisle seat and let me sit next to the drunk guy. Thanks, Dad! Thankfully, drunk guy passed out halfway throughout the flight so I didn’t have to deal with him. Only his whiskey-breath when he started snoring.

  • http://www.thebirdandcage.com/ Raven Brajdic

    Love the tip to slide a mirror underneath their nose to see if they fog the glass. Gonna file that one away for the next time I visit my college town.
    http://www.thebirdandcage.com

  • Sofia

    You want to know the worst? The worst is a woman who sits next to you and starts to tell you all about her life, her boyfriend and how much she loves Paris (which is where we are flying). Asks if you know the city. Yes, you do. Proceeds to tell you all her favourite places (which are NOT your favourite places in the slightest). Keeps talking, Again, yes, you are well aware that Paris is lovely. Finishes with.

    “Please excuse me, I just have to go to the toilet. I have my period and I have a heavy flow. I already got blood all over the chair at the airport….”

    Comes back and winks, “Crisis averted!”

    This is 20 minutes into the flight….

    • Amelia Diamond

      no……..

    • Kim

      That’s the worst kind of passenger. I had a woman talking my ear off despite the fact I had headphones on!

  • Artemis Grey

    LMAO you nail the different flyer types! I totally admit to being a Coma Kid, myself. I usually fall asleep the moment they start the engines. But on the upside, I don’t mind at all if I’m jostled by those needing to get out to go somewhere, and I’ll happily trade seats with anyone who would rather sit aisle-side rather than at the window. I figure, I’m only going to be on the plane for a short time, I can get along with everyone.

    Unless you’re being an asshole to someone in front of me. Then watch out because I will lay your ass low, verbally, if not physically. There is no reason to waste air being mean to crew or passengers, and if I hear you making hateful remarks or disrespecting people, I WILL speak up.

  • Fishmonkey

    There are also really loud teen girls on a trip who cannot stop talking (loudly) about where they are going or where they’ve just visited.

    • Amelia Diamond

      ugh

  • deb

    B.O. guy

  • hila

    What about the people who think that weird grooming is ok in planes/enclosed areas? I’m not talking about brushing your hair. Case in point: As I am falling asleep, I hear an all too familiar CLICK-pause-CLICK-pause…. The lady behind me decided it was a good time to clip her fingernails.

    Sadly, I’ve also seen this on the subway. In fact I think a lot of these also apply to subways…

    • Amelia Diamond

      EW ARE YOU KIDDING ME W THE NAILS?!?!?!

      • hila

        no dear. I thought eventually she’d run out of nails.. but she kept going…!

    • Wannah Heeler

      Once had a lady break out her nail file and go to town. Nail grinds all over her food tray… Note to self: bring clorox wipes errywhere…. wayyyy worse than clipping.

      • hila

        So gross!!! Why do people feel compelled to do that!!? I was trying to fall asleep and kept thinking that a stray clipping was going to fly towards me…. Obviously it’s still haunting me!

  • Tara Edie

    UGH, THE CHILD.

  • http://www.otisunfiltered.blogspot.com/ Allison

    Ugh, you don’t have to tell me again about The Child. I’m from Orlando aka the home of Disneyworld, Sea World, Universal, you name it. No matter what time of year I come home, it’s an entire flight full of wailing cartoon-clad children. Thank God for noise canceling headphones!

    http://www.otisunfiltered.blogspot.com

    • Amelia Diamond

      ahhhh

  • Kelley

    What about ‘The Talker/Oversharer’? It’s like, I don’t give a fuck your baby mama left you and now you were being seduced by your younger cousin’s slutty friend in a negligee. And no, I don’t want to touch your retractable pen especially since you just told me sometimes you use it to play with yourself and then you sniff your fingers. And finally, please don’t poke me because I stopped acknowledging you.

    All of which happened on a flight on my way to SXSW.

    • Amelia Diamond

      stop.

  • Uc

    I recently flew back from London and I did see this guy having a conversation in the waiting area. His breath just stunk to high heavens and I prayed that he won’t sit next to me. Well, guess who sat next to me? Him! It was the most uncomfortable 8 hours of my life. He kept getting up to use the loo as well and trying to make small talk with me.

  • Hereshoping Themayanswereright

    The guy who has to sit with his knees so wide apart that one of them is always brushing up against your leg.

  • http://dolceandgabriella.wordpress.com Gigi Gastevich

    I think you’re forgetting the skeevy old(ish) guy who orders a Bloody Mary and then keeps trying to make chuckle-comments to you about everything in his life.

    “I guess this tray table doesn’t open after all, heh-heh!” he says, or “*gesturing toward sleeping woman* too bad we’re not all that lucky, right? heh-heh” and then an hour later when you have to squeeze by him to get to the bathroom, he makes NO effort to disguise his checking-out of your butt. No.

    Love, Gigi
    Dolce and Gabriella

  • Theresa

    Unabashedly an Activity Annie. Was recently flying alone and did all of the things listed under the description, in that order. Mrs. Power Suit sitting next to me was ready to kill me by the end of the flight. What can I say? I’m 17! I’m young! So much to do in the world, I can’t waste a single minute of my 1.5-hour flight to Pittsburgh by, God forbid, taking a NAP.

  • Caroline

    I’m SO The Frequent Pee-er Miles. This post was hilarious!

  • Tamara

    you forgot the one who hasn’t showered in over a week and the one who brings yesterday’s leftover tunafish sandwich to eat on the 7am flight…

  • Lucy

    The Manic Snack Packer… I am her. I’m so sorry.

  • Ash Pash

    Don’t forget Miss Originality. Determined to Instagram a filtered photo of plane-wings/clouds she spends an hour hovering over the window seat working on her best angle. Be cool hag.

  • Yetti

    The Boozy Business Man who thinks it’s adorable that you are a young woman on a business trip.

  • Jeffrey Chung

    This is so funny. Love this :P

    jeffreychung.net

  • stripedmaple

    Didja ever wonder if the same types of people are annoying you on *every single flight*, that maybe it’s actually just *you*?

    • Amelia Diamond

      Impossible

      • http://Medium.com/@hager_emma Emma Hager

        hahahahahah I love you

  • Hannah

    I guess I am the frequent pee-er and I love drinking water on the plane…. And I am kind of a Snack Packer during a long distance flight. Feel sorry but that’s how I ride a plane. LOLLL

    • Amelia Diamond

      girl you gotta do you

  • Annie

    As a flight attendant, I can seriously appreciate this post. This is quite possibly the truest thing I have ever read. But don’t forget about those passengers who are very very needy.. they have to have water (no ice if you put ice in it, ice if you don’t), coffee, and club soda with a splash of orange juice and cranberry juice with three and a half ice cubes and a slice of lime. And can we call the cockpit to make it warmer/colder? This gets old after the fifth or sixth time, and happens with literally every. single. person. on any Miami flight. I love my job, but goodness.

    • Amelia Diamond

      You are a saint

  • Tara Jayne

    The worst I experienced was the ‘passive aggressive Mom’. she spent the entire flight ridiculing/lecturing her 16 year old son and then kept turning to me to say things like ‘if he would’ve just remembered to pack that we wouldn’t be in this mess’ and then roll her eyes. at one point she said with a heavy sigh ‘just don’t have children, it’s not worth it’. meanwhile her son sits on the other side of her pretending not to hear. what a classy treat she was.

  • brittany

    oh goodness, I’m Activity Annie! :(

    • Amelia Diamond

      your secret is safe with us

  • robusdin

    I was on a plane once with a group of hasidic Jewish boys on their way to camp. They were all between the ages of 12 and 16. As you know, once a boy is Bar Mitzvahed at age 13 in Judaism – he is a man. Which means he dresses like a man. Hasidic Jewish men wear large hats – which, when they have to fly – place in large hat boxes. Imagine a plane where 30 teenage boys have to figure out how to put their large hat boxes in overhead bins. It….was……INSANITY!

  • Victoria

    But a horrible part of flights is the security. Some people decide to be Gucci Mane and wear like 500 chains that they have to take off one by one while the rest of us wait. I was traveling with my brother (my brother gets sick EVERY TIME which is another one to add on the list, the sick kid who looks like he’s about to projectile vomit upon
    landing) and my father (the paranoid pete) so I was stuck in a middle seat in between two HUGE strangers (mind you I was 11 at the time) both were Elbow Rest warriors and it was the worst. not to mention one of them was kept on talking to me about what I was reading it was the worst

    • Amelia Diamond

      Re: Gucci Mane, it’s like, doesn’t EVERYONE KNOW BY NOW that you show up to the airport in flip flops and like, a body sleeve and NOTHING ELSE to KEEP THE LINE MOVIGNGNGNGNGN!!

  • Kim

    You forgot Chatty McConvo who despite the fact that you’re wearing headphones (which we all know is the universal sign for “Don’t talk to me”) insists on talking to you the entire flight. Even if you give her one word answers parading your unchatty demeanor, she’ll still go on telling you an hour long story about her friends neighbor’s cat who needed a bypass surgery.

  • Kim

    I deeply envy the Coma Kid, he snores away while the rest of us have to deal with the lovely fellow passengers. That’s my husband, he’s out before take-off (I’ve been known to wake him up out of envy)

  • Kandeel

    How about the old nice man who tells you about his whole life in panama and tells you about his blog and wife and kids and grandkids…Also, I am so an activity annie, I can barely sleep and I need something to occupy me. I WISH TO BE A COMA KID SIGH

    • Amelia Diamond

      wait i love that this guy has a blog

  • sarah

    hey hey ease up on the sick kid. I know it’s torture, but imagine the mother ( aka me), whose stress of a chronically ill child trying to get back home on an 11 hour flight, is compounded 10 fold by irate passenger’s glares, as if she didn’t already have enough shit on her plate. just saying ;-)

    • Amelia Diamond

      sick kids don’t count!!! :(

    • Amelia Diamond

      Hi Sarah! The post is just supposed to be in good humor, no offense was meant (especially since I fall into like, every category above except Activity Annie) but your comment made me feel bad. I am sorry for your ill child, and I really and truly do respect A N Y O N E who has kids to look after while traveling. I cannot imagine how stressful and draining that must be.

  • sarah

    and i hope you all are not the ‘ i’m just gonna wrap myself in my hermes blanket, AND slippers, and pretend that you do not exist because frankly you disgust me, and first was full and i really need to get to the show, so i’m slumming’ kinda folk. ? are ya? ;-))))

  • Linz

    Lesseee….
    *Child who wants to kick the back of your seat all flight, paired with oblivious parent
    *Aren’t I lucky I got a cute seat-mate guy- typically works in heavy equipment- skip the subtle cues & go with a direct buzz-off & proceed to aggressively ignore via noise cancelling headphones
    *Frequent Farter
    *Too cheap to check a bag so I’m going to spend 20 minutes trying to jam my enormous suitcase into they tiny bin guy, only curtailed via public shaming by flight attendant.
    *Captain Halitosis the open-mouthed side sleeper

    • Amelia Diamond

      hahahhah “captain halitosis”

  • Karyna

    That one person who keeps their seat back the entireeeee flight -_-

  • http://cosmoslyn.blogspot.com.au/ Ailyn Koay

    might I add, the drunk?

    • Leandra Medine

      Ooo. That’s me

  • ClothesHorse

    Hahaha – bang on. I am the hydrated pee-er, fo sho.

  • Z

    Old self-entitled lady.

  • fortheloveoftriangles

    I have a mental picture of each and every one of these from all my flights … Several of them on the same one! Then there’s the asshole sitting in front of you who reclines his seat while your ‘table’ is flipped open, jabbing you in the ribs with it. I don’t actually take much space being petite but I’m very jealous of the limited space I get on planes!

  • Kristen

    Also, the Vomiter. I know how awful they are because I was one once, too and felt sorry for the people sitting next to me while I emptied my guts into the puke bag they provide and that smell wafted everywhere… I’M SORRY IN ADVANCE EVERYONE BUT I NOW BRING GRAVOL SO HAVE NO FEAR

    • Amelia Diamond

      hahahaha

  • Bridget

    I confess to Sitting Stoically on planes but only out of fear that if I do anything, fellow passengers will sigh through their nostrils, loudly, and lump me into one of the other categories and that would render me completely unwilling to live.

  • Andres Poiche
    • Amelia Diamond

      WE LOVE YOU

  • http://channelspirits.bandcamp.com/ Josie Fillat

    I’m a stoic sitter. I try to fall asleep but I’m always too uncomfortable; I rarely pee during a flight (my flights are usually short); and I can’t focus on reading, writing, typing, or watching anything so I just close my eyes and relax.

  • Margaret

    I date Paranoid Pete. We drive everywhere now…

  • NR

    Ha ha! I am definitely the Frequent Pee-er Miles with one crucial distinction: I get an aisle seat no matter what. No hassle to anyone but me.

  • JEM

    How bout the guy who has to get stuff in and out of the overhead bin- over and over. Wile taking up the whole isle.
    Or back pack guy who beans you if you happen to be in the aisle seat when he boards.

  • Emma

    I love this. Even though my longest flight so far has only been about 3 hours, I’ve still met every. single. plane asshole! Though the worst was being stuck on a plane for three hours, with tonsillitis, surrounded by 100 screeching Spanish school children… it was awful. I’m hoping that one day I can learn to laugh about it… one day.

    Emma x
    http://www.emmastylesphotography.wordpress.com

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