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Believe it or not this is an Air Travel related article

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Believe it or not this is an Air Travel related article

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1. Re: Believe it or not this is an Air Travel related article

The change to low lactose meals does wonders for me on a long flight....

Being jammed in the window seat with the other two passengers sound asleep does cause massive discomfort!

But you get your own back (what was that about women:)

Edited: 15 February 2013, 09:35
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Great post Numbat.

I take a product called Degas which reduces the bloating feeling. Makes flying more comfortable.

Other than that, thank God for noise cancelling headphones.

Cheers.

Edited: 15 February 2013, 10:20
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Never underestimate TA posters and the internet to provide all kinds of interesting knowledge!

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Women's smell worse than men's? I can assure you, not in my experience, and not in my house. Lol.

Ah, yes and it's from a paper written by,,,,,men, who, as a gender, tend not to remotely mind their own fart smells, so would naturally think a woman's is worse.

Wasn't it men who invented cutting the cheese then smothering you under the duvet, who inveted wafting, lighting them and many other ingenius methods for everyone to partake in their little bodily event?

Just saying! Nothing against men, but come on!

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As a fellow lactose intolerant I can pick out someone with the same problem at 200 yards, it is very distinctive and long lasting.

But there is an answer, Holland and Barrett sell vastly overpriced lactase tablets, take three before you eat, and you can buy lactase drops on the internet to put into your milk.

Makes for happy flying companions and you can concentrate on your book instead of shooting black looks at fellow passengers to try and pass the blame.

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"The problem is that farting is an invariable consequence of digestion and people do it about 10 times a day."

Really? Only 10 times ....... ;-)

I find plane journeys make me feel bloated, particularly after food consumption. Sometimes a good fart can make you feel all the better :-D

Hey, ho it is part of life, nothing to be embarrassed about unless you are a little stinker.

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7. Re: Believe it or not this is an Air Travel related article

Geez....this thread... stinks ;)

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Lol, I guess it had to be discussed at some point...

They say there is only two things certain in life,,death and taxes. I reckon it's three, death, taxes, and someone farting on the plane:))

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I can't believe we're discussing farts LOL

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10. Re: Believe it or not this is an Air Travel related article

Perhaps this was more commonplace on Pluna Airlines (expired) aka PU. Or maybe when flying in and out of PU Dong or PU'er. At least Portugese speaking airlines don't serve PayDay candy bars.

Keeping it travel-related ...

Edited: 15 February 2013, 20:45