**LCC doesn't have to mean nasty white trash passenger behaviour! And likewise for everything else.**
**I mean, even these airlines with polo shirts for their FA
's uniform? Excuse me but what the hell is that kind of shit? Dress for Success PPL! And ppl wonder why some companies aren't taken seriously? Anyway, I think if one airline was BOLD enough to have a dress code... say that of a decent restaurant (not highly exclusive but still not some nasty chain type), well, I'm sure all the business travellers out there would greatly appreciate not having to put up with the screaming unruly kids, drunken slobs and the Al Bundy family on board!**
Lufthansa and LHR001
What is this? Are you prejudice against certain classes? Are you next going to say that certain races and ethnic groups can't fly planes because they aren't as well off financially?
Yeah I don't like hearing screaming kids on board either, and yes something should be done like keeping the kids quiet. Yeah screaming kids should not be in the business or first class section, but they shouldn't be in the coach class either. The "commoners" or "steerage" as you two would call them that fly on their 737s and DC-10s are people too and don't deserve to have to listen to screaming kids either.
the "white trash" want to sit up in first class and they paid for their ticket, as long as they aren't acting like "white trash" let them sit there. If they want to wear t shirts and jeans, so what? As long as they are behaving and not making a scene out of themselves by talking loud and being obnoxious.
Yeah I believe in wearing a shirt and tie to the office place, but if I am not travelling on business and I am travelling on vacation and buy a first or business class ticket I believe I have a right to wear what I want to wear. Why should I have to wear a suit on a long trip? It gets hot and uncomfortable and I am going on vacation. So when I am not in the office or at a funeral or wedding, you won't see me in a suit otherwise or even a tie.
Yes you are more likely to see me wearing a Megadeth t shirt (without holes and wrinkles) or a nicely ironed Red Wings hockey jersey with a clean pair of jeans without holes, than you would seeing me wear a suit.
My issue with flying first class or business has to do with behavior. Everytime there was a rude or obnoxious passenger up there, it wasn't the "White trash" as you two socially superior biggots would call them, it was the guy in the nice Armani suit.
He was the one always pushing the call button, constantly demanding the flight attendant see him. If he/she didn't come at his call, he would be the one making a big fuss. He was the one complaining about food, he was the one complaining he couldn't get up and walk around when the seat belt sign was on, he was the one talking loud and rude, not the Bundy Family sitting behind him. Somehow I think I have been on a flight with one of you two and you were the guy I just described.
Some people think that because they are wearing a nice suit, they are all that more high and mighty than those around them.
Let me also mention this. Someone could have a nice suit, but that is where he spends all his money. Otherwise he is that "white trash" you are talking about. So someone who you would describe as Walmart people, suddenly change a social class status because they spent their last check on a suit instead?
You ever notice that the really rich also don't always dress that fancy?
You ever hear the story about the man who started the Walmart chains? He is one of the richest men in the world, but yet every sunday morning he drives his old pickup truck to eat breakfast at the same diner he ate at before he owned the chain.