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Meet The Parents - Mean Attendant
Ill make this short.
1. Flight attendant says row 9 and up
2. He is row 8
3. He goes in
4. There is already people in front of him
5. That is a slip up
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Danny Mutabi on 11-12-2000
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Comments:
Brittany writes:
Actually, apparently Greg (Ben Stiller) is late for boarding the plane because when he goes to the desk and she says "We're only boarding rows 9 and up now", he has to wait. Then she says, "We are now boarding all rows". Therefore she had already said "rows 1-7" but he wasn't there.
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sarcattack writes:
Couldn't the other people have had pre-boarding priveleges? Or, perhaps it was a connecting flight from somewhere else, in which case there would already be people aboard. Then again, it could just be a slip-up, but there are plausible explanations, I think.
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Bluebrit writes:
How about the fact that its one of those flights when the plane is almost empty!Just because there was no one else waiting to board for rows 1-8 doesn't mean a thing. I've been on flights where I'm the only one for rows and rows. He was obviously the only one flying in those rows.
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SadBeef writes:
The entire waiting area is COMPLETELY EMPTY. No one could have possibly gotten in line in front of him since he was the only one there.
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Bob writes:
Well, if you've ever boarded an airplane you'd know that the plane is boarded from back to front not front to back. I would know I fly quite frequently...So, it is not possible that rows 1-7 had been called before he got there because the lady was calling rows 9 and up. It was a slip-up.
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CheerChic8502 writes:
Hello? Yes this was a stupid slip up. Because there was basically no one in the sirport, they may have boarded the wrong way. and if they had, 7 comes before 9 genius! Smart one.
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Dee writes:
He was the only one waiting to board so no one should have been in the first seven rows which makes this a genuine slip up.
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ace062389 writes:
Everyone got on before him, because he got there late. There's people in front of him and behind him, and they probably got on first, because they don't call rows 9 and up first, they call 1-8
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Sarah writes:
The people in rows 1-7 couldn't have gotten on before him if they were loading the rows 8 and up and she wouldn't let him get on so how could the other people have gotten on before him.
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KlownLuv4Life writes:
first off, they board from the back of the plane to the front. Not vice-versa. Second of all his name is Gay Focker! That's just so focking hilarious! heh heh
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mindy writes:
Did you ever think that the people in rows 1-7 got in line in front of him and therefore got to their seats first?
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Ashwee writes:
When the flight attendant says 'rows 9 and up' she means the rows that come after the number 9...10, 11, 12, 13 and so on.
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