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How to Meet Single Flight Attendants

Beautiful and vivacious flight attendants.
Go to the concourses of any of the world's airports and you can see them walking in the airport.
These are women of mystery.
They are like birds in never ending migration.
They have an air of confidence about them and are extremely poised.
This is a very proud and select group of women.
After all, they have been screened and selected from literally hundreds of applicants to represent their airlines in this highly competitive industry.
I couldn't think of a worldlier woman than a flight attendant.
After all, how many ordinary women do you know who may have just had breakfast in Boston and lunch in St.
Louis and is about to eat chop suey in San Francisco's Chinatown? Flight attendants are really ideal for a warm, mature, and perhaps a completely physical affair.
Why? Well she's not around very much; she usually is intelligent and outgoing; she can shower you with exotic gifts from afar; and finally, she has friends that are flight attendants also.
Now, let's discuss how, when, and where to meet single flight attendants.
This may surprise you, but the best place to meet a flight attendant is not in the air, but on the ground.
OK, am I telling you not to approach them in the air? No, but you will be much more successful on the ground and I will explain why and where to find them later.
Here's how to approach them in the air, if you want to give it a try: After you're in the air and things have calmed down and things are slow, ask the flight attendant for some coffee.
Try to establish some eye contact while she's taking your order and be sure and give her a warm and sexy smile.
Literally try to melt her with your bedroom eyes and tell her, "You sure look great today.
" When she returns with your coffee say, "Being a flight attendant sure is a demanding job isn't it?" This sure could open up an avenue for some prolonged .
What you're trying to do is establish as much verbal contact as possible.
After you've finished your coffee, call her to pick up your cup.
This is when you're going to "move in for the kill.
" Ask her, "Would it be possible to talk to you in private?" She will probably respond with, "About what?" Just say it's personal.
Whether you get to talk to her in private or while in your seat, this is the approach to use: "I'm very attracted to you and I'd like to get to know you better.
Can we have dinner or a couple of drinks together?" That's all there is to it and hopefully she will say "yes.
" If she doesn't, you can't say you didn't try.
Also, if you don't get to speak to her in private and you have to speak to her from your seat and you're sensitive about other passengers listening in on your lines, just have her put her ear down to your mouth and whisper in her ear.
You might try this if you get turned down for dinner or drinks.
When you're getting off the plane, be sure and say on your way out, "Are you sure you still don't want to have dinner or a couple of drinks?" You never know, she just might change her mind.
In conclusion to approaching flight attendants in the air, be sure and do it at the beginning of the flight.
Don't wait until mid-flight or at the end of the flight.
The reason for this being, that she may be tired or fed up with difficult passengers.
So strike early and get a jump on any possible competition.

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