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Cheap flights anyone?

Posted: Sun Oct 28, 2018 2:39 pm
by Ketchup
Just wanted to share this.

No matter how many times I hear this song (otherwise known as The Feckity Feck Song) or watch this video it never fails to have me in stitches. Anyone who has ever flown to or from Ireland with Ryan Air via Stansted Airport will know what I mean because although it's funned up to make you laugh, there is not a word of a lie in what the song is all about. It's all factual. But ... as they say (yes - even those who've been through it) ... you've gotta laugh ...

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I've just come across this little treasure along the same lines (pun intended!), with a fabulous voice to go with it! - which someone has put to video from their mobile phone:

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Re: Cheap flights anyone?

Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2018 2:41 am
by Tony.Williams
There was a cartoon in the press last week showing a passenger in floods of tears at a Ryanair customer desk, with a stern official saying "apologies cost extra".

Re: Cheap flights anyone?

Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2018 8:25 am
by Ketchup
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Re: Cheap flights anyone?

Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2018 8:42 am
by chaggle
http://newsthump.com/2018/10/22/ryanair ... -a-racist/

Budget airline Ryanair has announced an exciting new option for passengers who don’t want to sit next to an angry racist for the duration of their journey.

For just £25 Ryanair will ensure you are sat next to someone who has been certified ‘non-bigot’, and almost guaranteed not to abuse you for the colour of your skin for the entire flight.
Another recent passenger said, “If I wanted to be abused racially I’d walk down the street in a provincial English town that voted heavily for Brexit.”
However, some passengers have said this just another example of the snowflake generation taking over and of Ryanair pandering to crybabies.

As one explained, “If I want to pay £50 for a return flight to an airport that’s a short three-hour bus journey from the city I thought I was going to, then I should have the right to abuse whoever I bloody like.