For those who have difficulties understanding Soups, I'll translate his post into English:
If you were a flight attendant, what destination would you avoid flying to?
I've been on a few flights where you feel like the whole aircraft is sort of family and everyone seems chatty, while on others you feel like a complete stranger.
Supposedly there's lots of groups that make the "what have I done to deserve this" list:
The folks heading to Palm Beach from NYC at the week-ends
Aussie lager louts
Families returning home to India at the end of the summer
Other ethnic crowds returning home (especially if on a local carrier)
The last flight from AMS to LIV on a Sunday night can sometimes be quite lively. I Have a few experiences of a few, lets say, merry stag nights and hen nights returning home. I think its great when we hit hard turbulance, the "tough guys" and all the drunks seem to go quiet for some odd reason.
There was an article a while back in the Chicago Tribune Magazine (I think) about FAs' 5 least favorite routes in the U.S. I remember ORD-MCO was one, but I'd have to find the article to find the rest.
I can't decide whether I miss the tulip or the bowling shoe more