Getting busted on a Virgin America flight… on Twitter

Getting busted on a Virgin America flight… on Twitter

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Check it out. It’s the funniest thing I’ve seen in a long time.

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  1. Flyer Guest

    Turns out to be a big lie. She later removed many of the tweets, including the one where he removed his wedding ring. She's an attention whore.

  2. JRL Member

    The world has gotten smaller.
    A random photo I snapped in HKG apparently ended a marriage in '10

    http://guestofaguest.com/new-york/travel/facebook-making-it-harder-to-pick-up-prostitutes-since-2004

  3. Larry Guest

    That was almost too funny to be true.
    If I was interested in someone, I would turn the focus on them and not talk about my life story.

  4. Nancy Guest

    Now that was funny!!! Thanks for the inspiration & lesson on how to handle this type of situation in the future.

  5. Jayson Guest

    Either way, the story was good enough for me, that I will follow her on twitter, just to see what she comes up with next.

  6. Frequent Flyer University Guest

    Since this is Virgin, I honestly wouldn't be surprised if this was a viral marketing campaign for their wi-fi service. That's the first thing I noticed when I saw the conversation, you can tweet from 30,000 feet.

  7. Dan Guest

    Maybe he was just flirting (doesn't explain ring removal) and she 'misunderstood' his conversation (yeah right).

  8. Patrick M Guest

    ...and that friends and why you don't share details with strangers because essentially they'll tweet about it and ruin your life. (little bit of sarcasm also in there)

  9. Ken Member

    I don't think it is funny but rather sad that people end up doing this to themselves.

  10. Stephan Guest

    Well, I'm not sure that she was much to get excited about either. Nice language. Both obviously are super classy. Some people just like to hear themselves talk...or should that be... twitter? Why did I just waste three minutes of my life on this????

  11. cook Guest

    Unless we know each other before boarding the flight, a brief, polite hello is quite enough. Unless the that is mutual, please Shut Up. OK, it was a little funny. Sorry ladies, but men are capable of some REALLY stupid stuff. Now, want to hear about some really stupid, even sad women? No, I dod not think so. Back to #1: Other than a polite hello,keep it to yourself. Please!

  12. ArizonaGuy Member

    What's with the bright, sunny window on this redeye anyway? People tend to open the windows in the morning hours of a North American transcon.

  13. The Weekly Flyer New Member

    Not sure about this one. It is possible, but I wasn't there, that they made introductions and then part or whole of the story was made up? Don't know, just saying.

  14. Nathan Guest

    @TravelerMSY who's privacy? Not sure this guy is too concerned with his privacy when sharing all his life's details to someone who doesn't want to hear it.

  15. TravelerMSY Guest

    Funny. Is there anyone left in the world with the slightest respect for privacy?

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Flyer Guest

Turns out to be a big lie. She later removed many of the tweets, including the one where he removed his wedding ring. She's an attention whore.

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JRL Member

The world has gotten smaller. A random photo I snapped in HKG apparently ended a marriage in '10 http://guestofaguest.com/new-york/travel/facebook-making-it-harder-to-pick-up-prostitutes-since-2004

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Larry Guest

That was almost too funny to be true. If I was interested in someone, I would turn the focus on them and not talk about my life story.

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