LAUGH A LIT­TLE

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A blonde boards a plane to Lon­don and sits her­self down in the first avail­able seat. A few min­utes later a flight at­ten­dant comes round and asks to see her ticket.

“I’m sorry, ma’am,” she says, “you can’t sit here. This is first class and your ticket says you’re booked in econ­omy class. Please move to the back of the plane.”

“No,” the blonde replies. “I’m a blonde, I’m smart and I have a good job. I’m not mov­ing un­til the plane ar­rives in Lon­don.”

The flight at­ten­dant doesn’t know what to do so she goes to tell the se­nior flight at­ten­dant on duty what had hap­pened.

The se­nior at­ten­dant walks up to the blonde and asks her to please move to her al­lot­ted seat at the back of the plane.

“No,” the blonde says. “I’m a blonde, I’m smart and I have a good job. I’m not mov­ing un­til this plane ar­rives in Lon­don.”

The two flight at­ten­dants de­cide to go and tell the pi­lot what’s go­ing on.

The pi­lot walks over to where the blonde is sit­ting, leans over and whis­pers some­thing in her ear. The flight at­ten­dants are as­ton­ished to see the blonde abruptly get­ting up from her seat and mov­ing to the back of the plane.

“What did you tell her?” they ask the pi­lot.

“Well,” the pi­lot replies, “this has hap­pened be­fore with an­other pas­sen­ger. I just told the woman that the front half of the plane isn’t go­ing to Lon­don.”

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