How To Score A Flight Attendant! No baggage needed!  

rm_Simplysexy65 50F
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5/28/2006 8:19 pm

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How To Score A Flight Attendant! No baggage needed!

Ok...so since I am no longer a F.A. Flight Attendant...I can share some more secrets! I went on a slutty clothing site...bought a sexy little F.A. number....since they made me return all uniforms including the one with bubble gum on it and I wear this when ever I fly now. Sometimes I even just go hang out at airports! Why? It gets me in VIP rooms, nice bathrooms, I can hook my laptop up and chat and look important around other F.A.'s and of course those hot Pilots! And guess what? My uniform is the sexiest of any airlines out there! Even Air France! Watch out Paris! Yes, Hilton...Paris Hilton....a small town in France!

How To Score A Flight Attendant (F.A.)

What’s not to love about a F.A.? They’re usually hot, they wear tight skirts and they bring drinks right to your seat. It can be one of the greatest relationships you will ever have. My best friend is Alice.....she still flies so let's examine her.

Alice is smart, well traveled and (best of all) only in town a few days a month. She has great stories about the places she has been and was always more than ready to let her hair down after being “in character” for so long. We met while she was working on a flight I took between Miami and New York. Our banter went from the usual passenger/stewardess kind to something much more interesting really fast. Before we had landed at JFK, we had agreed to meet for lunch when she came back to town.

I’m living proof that picking up a F.A. is possible. For most guys, these hostesses of the sky remain mere figures in their mile-high club fantasies. They figure they only have a few hours to seal the deal, so why even bother trying? Well, with the proper direction, a few hours is plenty of time. Play it smooth, follow this advice and you might just get the ultimate upgrade into a whole new level of first class.

Sit in the back of the plane
Do everything you can to get a seat in the back, near where the cabin crew hangs out. You’ll have a better chance of catching her when she is out of stewardess mode and you’ll get to see what she’s really like (and if this is even worth it). Keep your ears open for boyfriend talk or any other deal-breaking topics. There’s no sense putting your dignity on the line if she keeps mentioning how much she misses her Mikey or lets something slip about her incurable rash.

Find out her itinerary
You have to do a little intelligence gathering as quickly as possible in order to establish whether or not you should even bother. As a bonus, finding out the particulars of her trip is also a wonderful icebreaker. If she’s headed for a two-hour stopover before boarding another flight, don’t bother; you won’t have enough time to reap the rewards of your efforts. Ditto if she’s on her way home: She’ll be headed back to her own life, and “getting in” in this case will probably only be possible as a precursor to something serious. That’s great if that’s what you’re looking for, but it’s a major red flag for guys trolling for a something a little more casual.

What you are really looking for is a F.A. who is stopping over for a couple of days in a foreign city. She’ll most likely be looking for something to do, and if you’re smart, you will be able to provide that something. The ideal situation involves her having that stopover in your hometown. You get to show off your city while showing her a good time, and hopefully she will repay you with more than an insincere “thank you.”

Pick the right time to chat
As she will be busy, you have to judge when it’s best to strike up a conversation. Your strategy will change according to your flight’s duration. On an overseas flight, you can (sort of) take your time, while on a quick commuter jaunt, you have to work rapidly.

What you should talk about and some important dos and don’ts to ensure a successful pickup…

Regardless of how long your flight is, the time before drink or meal service is a bit of a write-off, as she has a lot to do. You need to establish a rapport before they roll out those carts, and then leave her to do her duties. That means that you have a really short window of opportunity to make your move. Hey, if this were easy, every guy and his uncle would be walking around with a couple of F.A.'s on each arm.

Talk about things you have in common
When you do get a chance to chat with her, you have to find common ground fast. Places you’ve both been, places you want to go, funny experiences you’ve had while flying -- these are all topics she will be able to relate to. I know that asking her about customer horror stories is an easy way to get her to let her guard down and give you a glimpse of the real person beneath the smiling, professional persona.

It is then time to crank up the charm (but not too high or the mask might pop back on). If you don’t sense any sparks during the initial conversation, you will have to run a near-flawless game in order to make it work. Don’t panic; just back off a bit and wait for another opportunity to make your move.

dos and don’tsDo:
Dress comfortably, but more importantly, dress well. This goes for any time you fly, but especially when you are trying to pick up a F.A.. Wrinkles are inevitable when flying, so you might want to wear wrinkle-resistant pants and a sturdy collared shirt.

Have a few drinks, but don’t get rip-roaring drunk. Sure, she’ll remember you; unfortunately, she’ll just remember you as the raging boozehound who kept hitting on her.

Call her by her name. She’ll be called “Stewardess” by just about everyone else on the flight (that isn’t trying to score with her), so she’ll notice and appreciate the effort.

Bring an impressive book or magazine to read. Let her see The Economist or The Great Gatsby in your hands. It’s a fairly easy way to convey a message of sophistication.

Get to the point. Time is limited, so don’t beat around the bush.

Don’t:
Bother her incessantly just to keep her attention; this is an automatic disqualification. Constantly ringing your call button will only ensure that you are the last person to get your pretzels.

Stink. It might seem obvious, but many travelers have rancid breath and raging BO. But not you, right? Fill your carry-on with mouthwash, deodorant and sample-sized cologne.

Try to tip her. She isn't a barmaid. I’ve seen guys try this and it’s a massive slap in the face.

Order weird drinks or make odd requests just to stand out. Even though you have a job to do (pick her up), she has a more legitimate one (being a flight attendant). You’ll have to work around her schedule. Remember: No one said this would be easy.

Make innuendos about joining the mile-high club. She didn’t think it was funny when the drunk idiot made the same crack to her for the first time years ago, and she thinks it is even less funny now.

one-flight stand
Flight Attendants see thousands of faces a week and a big proportion of the males in that lot make some attempt to flirt. So catching the eye of a F.A. is a long shot, and catching it enough to reap some benefits might seem nearly impossible. Well, someone once said that manned flight was impossible, but now the skies are filled with airplanes; and those planes are filled with Flight Attendants just ripe for the picking, provided you play it cool and try some of the tips I’ve given you. With that, and a little luck, the sky’s the limit. Now wish upon a star! And I do not mean Paris Hilton!

Oh and we do picket! or Boycott? Mancouch? Well, anyways, the picture is of my fellow crew woman who went out and picketed for me when I lost my job!


LustyTaurus 48M  
21253 posts
5/28/2006 9:42 pm

I'm a bad flyer...not nervous or anything, just can't sit still for long periods. I discovered that walking around during a flight is more than acceptable, as long as you don't get in the way or disturb others. During times between meals and service I would hang around the FA's just chatting, usually about nothing in particular...occassionally some jokes or horror stories would get shared. For the ones that smoked, often I would walk them to and from the smoking areas in an airport.

Long story short, I never attempted to close a deal but was certainly in a position too, had I been of that mind.

Your post was very good..and basically the advice was the same as in every other situation...know your environment and be respectful, listen...and be in the right place at the right time..LOLOL

lustytaurus


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