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  • How to Ask Out a Flight Attendant. Flight attendants get hit on all the time, so if

  • you want your sincere interest to stand out, youll have to set yourself apart from the

  • crowd. You will need Charm Chivalry and a business card. Step 1. Dress in clean, neat

  • business clothes. Youll immediately distinguish yourself from the 90 percent of flyers who

  • have dressed for comfortyou know, the ones whose gnarly toes are sticking out of their

  • flip-flops. Step 2. If at all possible, sit in First or Business Class; deserved or not,

  • it immediately gives you credibility. A good way to sit in First Class without paying a

  • fortune is to use your frequent-flyer miles for an upgrade. Step 3. Flash a winning smile

  • at the target of your desire as you board and offer a sincereHello.” Flight attendants

  • are used to being ignored when they welcome passengers, so this will make you stand out

  • as someone with manners. Hold eye contact for a second longer than normal; it’s been

  • proven to unnerve people in a way that sexually excites them. Step 4. Decline the champagne.

  • Accepting a glass of bubbly upon boarding is for giddy novices. Step 5. Look for an

  • opportunity to show your chivalrous side. For example, you could jump up and help her

  • as she struggles to hoist someone’s 200-pound carry-on into an overhead compartment. Step

  • 6. Be unfailingly polite throughout the flightsaypleaseandthank youand don’t

  • ring the bell unless youre choking to death. The longer the flight goes on, the more shell

  • be comparing you favorably to the regular pains-in-the-asses. Read something that makes

  • you look intelligent and successful, and that invites conversationlike a manual that

  • suggests you are learning to fly your own plane. Step 7. Aside from when you are offering

  • a heartfeltpleaseandthank you,” ignore her. You don’t want to be lumped

  • in with all the leering lotharios and their cheesy come-ons. Step 8. When the captain

  • instructs the flight crew to take their seats for landing, take out a business card and

  • jot down a note to the effect of, “Dear Sandy, I’d love to take you to [an expensive

  • restaurant] for dinner one night.” Step 9. As she offers herbuh-bye,” thank

  • her for a wonderful flight as you smile, make eye contact, and slip her your card. Step

  • 10. Start saving your money; youll need it for that pricey dinner when she phones.

  • Did you know In a survey of professions that men find sexy, flight attendants came in third,

  • after models and dancers.

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    William Hvef posted on 2016/01/02
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