Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

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Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

Postby Q » Thu Jun 30, 2016 6:43 pm

Drop me a PM.



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Re: Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

Postby nowonmai » Thu Jun 30, 2016 8:31 pm

Q wrote:Drop me a PM.



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I'm only a cunt in real life.
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Re: Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

Postby Q » Thu Jun 30, 2016 8:51 pm

nowonmai wrote:
Q wrote:Drop me a PM.



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I'm only a cunt in real life.




8 hour layover in fucking London. Fuck my life.
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Re: Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

Postby ReptilianKittenEater » Thu Jun 30, 2016 11:37 pm

Q wrote:
nowonmai wrote:
Q wrote:Drop me a PM.



I'm only a cunt online.


I'm only a cunt in real life.




8 hour layover in fucking London. Fuck my life.


Don't know what your pleasure is but if its just to stretch the legs catching a bus over to Windsor and walking around the country side is decent. Forget the castle.
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Re: Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

Postby Q » Fri Jul 01, 2016 12:14 am

ReptilianKittenEater wrote:
Q wrote:
nowonmai wrote:
Q wrote:Drop me a PM.



I'm only a cunt online.


I'm only a cunt in real life.




8 hour layover in fucking London. Fuck my life.


Don't know what your pleasure is but if its just to stretch the legs catching a bus over to Windsor and walking around the country side is decent. Forget the castle.




BTDT, but thanks none the less, brother.


I'm thinking more of trying to bed a BA bird for a few hours.
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Re: Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

Postby Kurt » Fri Jul 01, 2016 12:24 am

Q wrote:
nowonmai wrote:
Q wrote:Drop me a PM.



I'm only a cunt online.


I'm only a cunt in real life.




8 hour layover in fucking London. Fuck my life.


Oh man. That will cost you Plenty-o-Pounds to do something decent.

I'd advise a good long book and lots of local beer ...but since its the airport, damn.
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Re: Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

Postby Q » Fri Jul 01, 2016 12:53 am

Kurt wrote:
Q wrote:
nowonmai wrote:
Q wrote:Drop me a PM.



I'm only a cunt online.


I'm only a cunt in real life.




8 hour layover in fucking London. Fuck my life.


Oh man. That will cost you Plenty-o-Pounds to do something decent.

I'd advise a good long book and lots of local beer ...but since its the airport, damn.



I'm business class, so I've got lounge access. Not totally the end of the world.
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Re: Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

Postby Kurt » Fri Jul 01, 2016 1:38 am

Q wrote:
I'm business class, so I've got lounge access. Not totally the end of the world.


Wow. Dry your tears Bono.

I thought we would have to rubik's cube a way for your to enjoy yourself.
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Re: Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

Postby Q » Fri Jul 01, 2016 2:22 am

Kurt wrote:
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I'm business class, so I've got lounge access. Not totally the end of the world.


Wow. Dry your tears Bono.

I thought we would have to rubik's cube a way for your to enjoy yourself.



I'm just glad I'm finally at the point where it's automatic, and I don't have to demand it any more.

Was at a party a few nights ago and had an interesting conversation with a 20 year old kid who has had a 1st Class life. Couldn't even fathom that I used to think the height of comfort was getting to stretch out on the deck of a mil cargo aircraft, much less anything less than a seat that turns into a bed.

Not hating on him or technology, but, fuck.....these newer generations are like pussy factor unlock x10.
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Re: Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

Postby seektravelinfo » Fri Jul 01, 2016 3:13 am

I've never flown 1st Class. No wait, I did last month when my cousin, being mighty white, sprung for me a 1st Class ticket from Cleveland to Oklahoma City. She asked me how I liked the 1st Class flight. I replied it was real nice, just like coach seats used to be, and flying 1st Class was nice and all but not that different.

She thought I was ungrateful and I'm like well you asked.

A nice thing is being able to get a drink on board, but I don't like getting drunk on an airplane, it's too jarring. The thing to do is get drunk BEFORE you board, then sober up while inflight.

Now, what was this thread about?
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Re: Who is in Beirut, Amman or Erbil these days?

Postby flipflop » Fri Jul 01, 2016 2:24 pm

When you get to Erbil give us a sitrep. I was last there in 2006 and it was doing well. Probably a shitehole now.

Good luck fella

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