I'd suggest a delivery flight. If we would only know someone with access to thoseIt would be at least for me the second most interesting test after the test flight of MAX - or maybe THE most interesting since we would participate.
Although again a test flight it is an experience I like to attend...
In British English this sort of folding chair with a long strip of cloth (usually canvass or nylon) for sitting on is called a "deck chair".I bought a long-chair - 20% off from a very decent food store that treats well its staff.
The chair is plastic instead of aluminium as I hoped for. It feels solid and is comfortable but I should use it with a (SS)BBW to check its strength - a BBW completes and improves the life of a FA.
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It doesn't come with a rating as other furnitures
I don't know everything. I was very careful to specify British English, as I didn't know what it's called in America but I just looked it up and Americans call it a "deck chair" too.You are right as usual. I translated the french notion of "chaise longe"
You can buy mustache cups and mustache mugs. They have a little shelf around the part of the mug that you drink from to stop your mustache from going in the tea or coffee. The definitely come in right-handed and left-handed varieties.I never thought about left and right hand cups. Thanks
Seems like an impossibility that chocolate chip cookies would "follow me," CARRYING them inside is much more accurate (Ooh so full of cookies! lol)Finally I can post some of my purchases again.
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This is all so much me:
The glass bottle says "Hahaha".
The mug says "Cookies follow me wherever I go."
The lunchbox says "Did someone say food?"
The sleeping shirt says "little cutie".(Well I'd discuss about that because I am at least "big cutie )
Well and the golden dazzling bag I had to buy because I had no bag with me.
And not only money-wise: