Excuse me, dahrlings, but...

Tagging Weighty Matters

The media is desperately boosting AC's carry on crack-down into an issue, Pumpkins. (So much so, one of the Dinkettes here ended up on the CBC. Live. Talk about making a mountain out of a knob.)

Have you seen the kind of baggage young ladies carry these days? It definitely ought to be tagged and checked. Flesh is the word. It's oozing out of their pants, their tops and their shoe straps.

Never mind the extra weight, the stuff they are strutting is lethal. Those ludicrous booty implants of Niki Minaj's burst during a performance last year. I say tag her rear with a 'dangerous goods' bumper sticker. And God knows what enhancements the Kardashians have had. For all we know, there could be a whole other family member sewn into their backsides.

I miss skinny. There was so much less of everything. Less toting, bagging, zipping and hauling. I can't blame Air Canada for doing their part to constrain the bulge. Because frankly, Pumpkins, getting my overhead bin wacked by someone's overstuffed bits is getting old.




Jennifer - May 26, 2015 @ 15:05
I have to say that I agree completely with Michael. It's been out of control

Michael - May 26, 2015 @ 15:05
In 25 years in the industry, this is the first positive, client-oriented move I've ever seen Air Canada make. IF THEY STICK WITH IT! Those "experts" who say it's doomed to fail because "passengers will just continue to push the limits" are morons - how is that different from what they've been doing for years without any negative consequences? As long as Air Canada stays committed to this, there's finally been progress!


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