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Travel 23 Things That Totally Horrify Flight Attendants

01:45  11 january  2020
01:45  11 january  2020 Source:   bestlifeonline.com

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But while flight attendants have been trained to deal with literally everything, there are still a few things that totally horrify them. From passengers who clip their toenails mid- flight to the ones who won't even say "hi" as they board, these are the things that make flight attendants want to pack a

But while flight attendants have been trained to deal with literally everything, there are still a few things that totally horrify them. As Reddit user and flight attendant alicabali explains, flight attendants receive extensive training to be able to keep you safe.

When you've served enough overpriced wine and cans of V8 at 30,000 feet, one would expect that all of those on-board drinks start to look the same. However, according to industry insiders, there's one drink flight attendants absolutely hate pouring for airplane passengers—and no, it's not even alcoholic. It's actually Diet Coke.

a man driving a car: The One Drink Flight Attendants Never Want You to Order© Provided by Best Life The One Drink Flight Attendants Never Want You to Order

Why? Well, it's because Diet Coke has a tendency to fizz more than its sugary counterparts and takes longer to pour.

Some quick chemistry: the sugar (or high-fructose corn syrup) used in regular soda increases the liquid's viscosity ever-so-slightly, and causes larger bubbles to form. The larger the bubble, the more rapidly it will pop—which means there's actually less fizz. Diet soda is less-viscous and sugar-free, which means that it actually fizzes more.

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Flight attendants deal with hundreds of passengers a day, all while maintaining a smile. But there are many things that we commonly do that really annoy

A flight attendant must always be cheerful and nice to passengers on board even when they (passengers) are outrightly a pain in the butt, deserving total While you chew on that, there are things you do that makes it difficult for these attendants to carry out their responsibilities cheerfully.

There are other reasons to avoid diet soda on aircraft. One investigation suggests that bacteria from pseudomonas aeruginosa to staphylococcus are commonly found on the top of soda cans. Worse yet, a 2015 study revealed that there's a shocking amount of bacteria in airplane water supplies, meaning those ice cubes might not be the safe bet you'd hoped for either.

When in doubt, kill two birds with one stone and ask your flight attendant for the whole can—in most cases, they'll happily hand it over—and give it a good wipe-down before pouring yourself a glass. Bottoms up!

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