Man, it’s funny granted but Miss Swan’s a poster child of *what not to do on an airplane*!
She does belong there for sure. I like Mrs. Swan skits. Although my main point is that those seats and aisles are so roomy. If only that were the truth!
That’s okay, the flight crews have their ways of getting even (From Monty Python’s How to Irritate People):
I remember this sketch! Thanks for the laugh!
Hehe! I always loved the Miss Swan skits! “I tell u every ting!” “Oh no! Scooby-Doo on the plane!”
And my favorite (sadly absent from this skit) ….
“He ….. looka like-a man!”
This skit really made me think about humour. Laughter is universal, but humour isn’t. It’s an etiquette issue; what one person finds hilarious leaves another person cold. Something to think about when telling stories or making practical jokes.
Personally, I can’t see the humour in a grown woman acting like a child, but it certainly made me think.
Love it! I love Miss Swan, but of course I would never act like that!
Is it just me or does Ms.Swan sound like Cleverbot? (Not the voice, but the ways she is contradiction what she said/did).
If only they weren’t at the bulkhead row. I’m sure Ms. Swan would have reclined her seat as much as possible.
This how some people really act toward other’s. This should be a lession learned that you don’t kick the seat in front of you , if you don’t want to get back handed.
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