Traveling First Class (3 of 10) by Jeff Strite

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Traveling First Class (3 of 10)
Series: This World Is Not My Home
Jeff Strite
I Peter 2:4-12

OPEN: A plane was on its way to London when a blonde woman in economy class got up and moved into an open seat in the first class section. The flight attendant saw her do this, and politely informed her that she had to sit in economy because that's the ticket she paid for
The blonde replied, "I'm blonde. I'm beautiful. I'm going to London… and I'm staying right here."
After repeated attempts and no success at convincing the woman to move the attendant went into the cockpit and informed the pilot and co-pilot that there was a woman sitting in first class who refused to go back to her proper seat.
The co-pilot went back and explained why she needs to move, but once again the woman replies by saying, "I'm blonde. I'm beautiful. I'm going to London… and I'm staying right here."
The co-pilot returned to the cockpit and suggested that perhaps they should have the arrival gate call the police and have the woman arrested when they land.
The pilot said, "You say she's blonde? I'll handle this."
He went back to the woman and whispered quietly in her ear, and she says, "Oh, I'm sorry," then quickly moves back to her seat in economy class.
The flight attendant and co-pilot were amazed and asked him how he'd gotten her to move back to economy without causing any fuss.
"I told her first class wasn't going to London."

How many of you have ever flown on large commercial plane?
How many flown 1st class?
Most of us think of first class as having a little more leg room better food/ and a bigger selection of entertainment. But it's gotten wayyy more than that.

First there's the "kit" they give you.
British Airways offers a personalized kit by designer Anya Hindmarch. It holds a toothbrush, an eye mask, cotton socks, and a number of cosmetic products.

Then there's the food. Delta Airlines offers Entrées from renowned chef Michelle Bernstein on select f ...

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