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Friday, July 10, 2009

Web Site Reveals the Depressing State of In-Flight Meals

Posted By on Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 9:00 AM

click to enlarge Better hope you're seated close to the lavatory. - FUNNY & INTERESTING EMAIL FORWARDS
  • Funny & Interesting Email Forwards
  • Better hope you're seated close to the lavatory.
Ever tried to block out painful memories of in-flight meals? You're not alone in your disgust at what passes for nourishment at 700 feet. Taking a long flight inevitably means having to eat the grub offered, But honestly, if you've ever had a wonderful meal in the sky, chances are it was one you smuggled in with your carry-on (more common now that domestic carriers have scaled back or eliminated meal service). Turns out not everyone thinks a plane is simply a means of transportation, but a place where real food should be served.

Now you can commiserate with people who yearn for quality -- ar at least recognizable -- chow in the air. The blog Funny & Interesting Email Forwards offers a forum where readers from around the globe upload pictures and guesstimated descriptions of the meals they've confronted in flight ("some sort of chocolate desert," "egg product," "brown lumps of meat," "packets of goodness"). Hilarious.

The most appealing meal we spotted at Funny & Interesting is graavlax and rye bread followed by chocolate cake, served in first class on Scandinavian Airlines. Scariest? The JALways mystery pink substance. Vote for your favorite posts while trying to control your nausea.

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