These Goody Bags Were Found On An Airplane [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago

A couple placed these bags on every seat the plane of a recent flight. Pretty considerate for parents of newborn twins.
There are 38 comments:
Male 364
May I suggest noise cancelling ear buds?

The plane could come down and you wouldn`t know until you hit the floor (",)
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Female 3,562
They really should just have ear plugs on every flight as a standard.
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Male 510
I actually did not cry much at all as a baby, accoring to my mother, but it`s not like a baby can help it.
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Male 2,988
coming from someone who flies a lot, this should be a requirement of all parents taking their crying poop factories on any plane.
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Female 1,743
If a baby`s crying bothers you, just remember that you were once an obnoxious little turd, too. ;)
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Male 219
Think I will invent a noise proof, sealed & self contained baby carrier that you can stick these little shat machines in. Why should the passengers have to adapt? Make the source adapt!
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Male 729
You know what sucks more than listening to a baby cry for two hours on a flight? Making the same trip by horse-drawn wagon. You want control? Drive.
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Female 7,832
Good for them- nice to see parents having the sense to acknowledge their children may upset others..... bet those little sods were really loud... at least they tried to be decent.
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Male 37,888

Nicely worded note really means "We know we are going to disturb your
peaceful trip and make it a nerve-grating hell @ 3000 feet, but here`s some candy."
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Female 6,381
@DixxeyRarr
Babies cry. So. F*cking. What.

This is the kind of person my comment was about. The "it`s life; get over it" type. I swear some mothers actually develop a hearing deficit that makes the shuddering shrieks that can go on for half an hour sound like cute little whimpers. Been there. Big time.
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Male 13,624
My mother told me never to take sweets off strangers
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Male 2,592
Poison candy, terrorists.
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Male 15,832
So what was the compelling reason they had to take these little poop factories on a flight in the first place?
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Male 17,512
Mighty decent of them.
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Female 2,674
Babies cry. So. F*cking. What.

This comes to mind.
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Female 846
Thats sweet and all but I still wouldn`t eat free candy from someone I`ve never met.
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Male 878
If you have a baby you should have to sign a form saying you will never bring the kid on a plane until they are 14.
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Female 6,381
Amazing. The usual young parent technique is to let the child scream as much as it wants, and then sneer at anyone dares to speak and say something like "I can see that you don`t like children..."
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Male 3,909
Most new parents I`ve encountered with kids get all pissed off when people complain that their kids are loud and annoying everyone, thinking they`re more important since they have kids. They don`t realize that they`re the a$$holes in that situation, not everyone else. So yeah, this is a step in the right direction, but I still think babies that young shouldn`t be on a f*cking plane anyway.
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Female 1,008
Ladies and gentlemen, that`s how you drating do it.
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Male 2,619
Free Jolly Rancher. Scream away boys.
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Male 1,558
Shouldn`t travel ANYWHERE with a baby!
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Male 3,894
Aw, young parents.
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Male 1,931
Still shouldn`t travel by plane with a baby.
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Female 57
--Airlines should have earplugs available for passengers by default though--

They do...just ask your flight attendant. Most also have colouring books, crayons, tampons, bandaids, tums..all available upon request.
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Female 170
This is the most awesome I`ve seen in a while! Wish all parents were like this, instead of feeding their kids candy and then not getting while they`re freaking out and can`t sit still....
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Male 658
They should have just gotten an abortion. Save everyone the trouble.
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Female 2,602
Nice gesture. :)
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Male 697
i would have rathered it wasnt written from the perspective of the babies. its comes across like people who make facebook profiles for their babies or pets and pretend to be them. but was still nice of them to provide ear plugs and sweets
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Male 7,902
Gerry1of1

"Too young. Should not be allowed on flights.
It`s just inconsiderate of everyone around them,
even if they do give out candy."

Nah. This is young enough. They sleep like crazy. Plus you can stick a pacifier / boob / bottle ion their mouth anytime. Kids really suck on planes after about 6 months. That is when their screams get full force.
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Female 2,927
one more iota of faith in humanity has been restored.
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Male 4,431
I have to say that I`ve been on several flights (including a few really cruddy overseas ones) with loud kids. And I hate it as much as the next guy, but, as long as people have kids and need to travel, kids will be on planes. And, like it or not, sometimes there`s no alternative. Driving only works if there`s time and/or there`s no ocean between destinations, etc. So, I`ve learned to just live with it, to being my own ear plugs, and recognize that sometimes that`s just life.

Of course, taking about four Tylenol P.M. helps a lot, too. ;-)
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Male 1,243
Giving out earplugs is a great idea as is the sweets! Great gesture by the parents. Airlines should have earplugs available for passengers by default though.
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Male 98
Those are lucky twins - bet they`re great parents.
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Female 267
Pretty cool! I wish more parents traveling with children would do this.
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Male 37,888

Too young. Should not be allowed on flights.
It`s just inconsiderate of everyone around them,
even if they do give out candy.
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Female 4,086
nice!
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Male 19,838
Link: These Goody Bags Were Found On An Airplane [Pic] [Rate Link] - A couple placed these bags on every seat the plane of a recent flight. Pretty considerate for parents of newborn twins.
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