|Quoting IAHflyer97 (Thread starter):|
I'm sure there are others out there that have a similar case (and please feel free to share).
You mean like people who drink "expresso?"
I always cringed when people referred to a certain Phoenix-based airline as "American
I was taking a cab couple years ago to MSP
and the clearly foreign-born driver said, "Which airport?" That would have been a pertinent question in New York, Chi-town, or SFO
, but... really? Which airport? Hesitantly, I said, "Minneaaapolis - St. Paul Internaaaaational...?" To which the driver barked, "NO! Which airport
?" I figured he meant which airline, and I told him which, but still I found it astonishing that a cab driver, even if very new to America, would not have the word "airline" in his actual vocabulary.
IAHflyer97 - at least you didn't have the experience I once had after an HP
flight touched down at ORD
, when the stewardess said, "Welcome to Chicago International."
Pancakes are delicious.