Thomas Cook makes a t1t of itself

#41
'She is a poser who wore the swimsuit top in order to show off' - and the problem is?

This country needs more showing off by pretty girls (and photographers who understand the challenges of backlighting).

I can't help feeling that anyone whose mind immediately ponders the challenges of accountancy when looking at this photo needs professional help.

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Look again, she is gagging for a #metoo tag, but I am with you on the other thing, the reflection ruins the A320's lines.
 
#42
In the wrong place then, unless the cabin staff involved were Millenials which, unless Thomas Cook has seriously redirected their HR policy away from the Grumpy Old Boiler segment, which I strongly doubt, is hardly likely.

Further, as I am no snowflake and would have willingly championed said damsel against assorted Thomas Cook dragons, not a snowflake-related issue.

We're discussing a greatly wronged 21 year-old who scrubs up rather well. Those who find this offensive or find themselves in any way triggered should f@ck off back to their safe space.

On a more serious note, can anyone attempt to explain how the cabin crew of a designated holiday airline could have made such a bad call?
This is how it works:

1. Airline publishes dress code.
2. Passenger agree to abide by Ts &Cs by virtue of buying ticket.
3. Airline instruct crews to enforce 1. above using 2. above under threat of disciplinary action for no compliance.
4. Passenger believes the rules don’t apply to them.
5. Other passengers complain hence 1-3 above.
6. Proceed to specific event.
7. Trainee accountant invokes 4 above.
8. Crew fearing 5 above will lead to 3 above ask her to do something about it.
9. Repeat, more forcefully 7 above.
10. Recycle 7-10 above until flight misses slot and 5 to the power of 150+ kicks in.
11. Trainee accountant realises she’s behaved like a childish brat and gives in, losing much face.
12. 11 above mitigation process activated. Much wailing on social media ensues.
13. Airline forget the frequent promiseto back crew on the job up.
14. Airline issues apology and invokes Disciplinary part of 3 above citing “bringing airline into disrepute”
15. 12 above goes postal as blood now smelt in water.
16. Slow news day sees paper pick up story.
17. 12 above now goes to hyperdrive in hope of increased compo, modelling contract, spot on reality TV show etc.
18. Ill informed comment on loosely Military themed discussion forums ensues.
19. Repeat.
20. Check NAAFI?
21. I would.
 
#43
We're discussing a greatly wronged 21 year-old
Greatly wronged would be, 1/ Tarred and Feathered, 2/ Knocked unconscious and dragged off the aircraft by her feet, 3/ Given a matching top in that convict orange to go with a three month stretch for being a millennial.

Slightly wronged would be, 1/ No peanuts, 2/ Inflight entertainment headset withheld, 3/ Made to 'run the gauntlet' along the length of cattle class with fellow passengers mocking her biohazard style colour coordination.

She received none of the above but instead got what Andy Warhol promised.

Snowflake topics exist so that the rest of us can feel better about ourselves by mocking snowflakes and the white knights/potential stalkers, who defend them.
 
#44
Sorry. Forgot to add:

13a. PR department gets involved
13b. HR department gets involved
13c. Everyone at HQ gets involved and tries to out bastard each other in attempt to prove their credentials.
13d. Crew member involved gets caught in cross fire.
 
#45
Sorry. Forgot to add:

13a. PR department gets involved
13b. HR department gets involved
13c. Everyone at HQ gets involved and tries to out bastard each other in attempt to prove their credentials.
13d. Crew member involved gets caught in cross fire.
In fairness to the airline, 13a through to 13d are obligatory for most large companies
 
#53

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#54
Passengers up here dress sensibly to fly, primarily because you have to walk across the apron to board the aircraft by steps.

Always bracing in the wind and snow
 

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