You know you’re working to Vegas when…

View from the layover hotel

You know you’re working a Vegas flight when passengers walk on board and ask if you’re serving alcohol – at 7AM (Yes, sir, we will be serving alcohol for breakfast), you’re apologizing for running out of limes before takeoff (not over the PA, even though you’d like to),  people keep trying to pay for things (you’re not selling) with a fat ball-o sweaty cash, and no one notices they’re sitting between a stripper and two…well, I probably shouldn’t go there, but I will say their paperwork is hidden in a cubby and I’ll be passing it off to someone meeting the flight.  Which reminds me of the announcement Flavor Flavvvv made on a recent flight, “Good luck in the land of lost wages…I mean, Las Vegas.”  This after plugging his fried chicken and waffles restaurant in Vegas— ‘Flavor Flav House of Flavors.’  I’ll have to check it out next time I’m in town.  So…who’s coming with me?

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10 responses to “You know you’re working to Vegas when…

  1. Wow…..I’m in la la land just reading that. Surreal.

  2. Kelley Fulmer

    I’ll have Flava’s waffles with you anytime, Heather, in the land of Lost Wages!

  3. Kelley Fulmer

    Actually someone DID notice the two with the paper work!

  4. just finished reading your book! keep up the good work!

  5. Now that I’m officially a resident of Sin City I will totally meet you for some chicken and waffles! lol

  6. I enjoy reading your blog so much! I was researching comfortable shoes for work, and stumbled across your blog

    You’ve got an amazing sense of humor! I may just have to buy your book soon!

    I just started as a flight attendant in April and am just getting the hang of things! Hope I can keep a smiling face like you!

    • Heather Poole

      Thank you! Just remember to give it 6 months before making any drastic decisions. It’s not a job, it’s a lifestyle, and it does take some time to get used to it. GOOD LUCK.

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