Was it a maiden flight, or the mile high club? (They both can't exist in the same space, y'know.)
The sexy dance is fine for a budget airline. The luxury airline should include a happy ending IMHO. (float back in time and the) Pink Knights strutting their stuff in Saigon before it was Ho Chi Minh City. They wouldn't have just done the sexy dance for you G. I.
@ Ran: Maiden flight. Whether or not the performers remain maidens is unknown to me.@ LL: Ah yes, I've heard Saigon was quite the free wheeling town before it became HCMC. I'm surprised nobody has commented on my title to this post.
I too was 'horrorfied' that women wearing the moral equivalent of bathing suits performed for passengers on a commercial (common carrier) aircraft. Those poor women look as if somebody whipped them to perform and to smile while they debased themselves in front of passengers. Does Gloria Steinum still become involved in these outrages? Where is her shrill, strident voice in this?
LL: More like Gloria Allred's hunting grounds, though she's almost certainly not admitted to practice in Viet Nam. Besides, most Vietnamese are way too classy to put up with her skanky self-promotion antics.
Er... "A Pair o' Lips! Now!"
@Ran: Good one my friend! Was it instigated by this CF post over at FWIW?
Heh. Glenn posted it first. Lemme guess... Light doses of testosterone balance things out?I'm waiting for the Amberin law suits: "Yeah, I lost tons of belly fat all right," sez she in a husky voice, "...but just look at the leg hair and moustache."
20 million dong. The girls could earn that on the streets of Saigon but it would take a week of hard work. Where's the justice? - It was only ONE sexy dance.
The girls should say, "No justice, no piece."
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I believe the next phase is for the girls to ask for more Dong.