Race has pas­sen­gers rolling in the aisle

Central Telegraph - - ESCAPE -

TIME can re­ally drag when you’re stuck 30,000 feet in the air with hun­dreds of strangers.

Which is why some quick-think­ing fight at­ten­dants have gone vi­ral.

To pass the time on a four-hour flight from North Carolina to Colorado, the crew on board a South­west Air­lines flight came up with a clever way to help the time pass – and got ev­ery­one in­volved.

They di­vided the pas­sen­gers into two teams, ac­cord­ing to which side of the plane they were on, and held a “toi­let pa­per race”.

The aim of the game was to see which side of the plane could un­ravel a toi­let pa­per roll down the length of the cabin the quick­est.

The win­ning side re­port­edly got to dis­em­bark first, ac­cord­ing to WFAA-TV.

Mar­cie Vil­lar­real, who said she was on the win­ning side, took a video of the mid-flight race and posted it to Face­book.

“I’ve been fly­ing dif­fer­ent air­lines my whole life, and just when

‘‘ I’ve been fly­ing dif­fer­ent air­lines my whole life, and just when I think I’ve seen it all, your flight at­ten­dants de­cide to do a ‘toi­let pa­per race’. Hands down the funnest (sic) flight ever and I was even trav­el­ling with my baby

I think I’ve seen it all, your flight at­ten­dants de­cide to do a ‘toi­let pa­per race’,” she wrote.

“Hands down the funnest (sic) flight ever and I was even trav­el­ling with my baby.”

South­west Air­lines then shared her post, writ­ing: “Good speed. Great form. These pas­sen­gers may have a fu­ture in pro­fes­sional toi­let pa­per roll rac­ing.”

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