I booked as early as possible, paid for hold baggage and allocated seating. I printed my boarding passes as early as I could requesting an aisle seat at the back on both flights.
So far, fine.
After boarding at Bristol I was bluntly asked if I would move because 'somebody else wanted to sit there'. Following lengthy explaining, the situation was resolved.
Well into the flight and after the 'sales' service was complete, the cabin crew were at the rear galley totalling up the takings when a passenger requested something else.
We then heard a crew member using the "F" word in full and out loud asking "what the 'F' do they want now".
After boarding the return flight, a nearby elderly passenger was seated and waiting for his disabled wife when the announcement was made, "BOARDING COMPLETE". He was obviously worried and was given no help from the cabin crew who said, "she should be here". After a slight delay, the foreward galley door opened and she was brought onto the aircraft by wheelchair then carried through the cabin 'by hand' to her seat.
After take-off and when the seat belt sign had gone off, I used the washroom before the usual 'que build-up'. Wet toilet paper was all over the floor. I informed a crew member so that they or other passengers would not think that this was done by myself.
The blunt and loud reply from the crew member was, "WE CAN'T DO EVERYTHING".
Most of these jumped up rude crew, including some pilots, are only in their early 20's and serving paying passengers/quest's that are three or more times their age.
At this point I just gave up and returned to my seat and after several flights with easyjet concluded 'never again'.
I would rather travel to another airport than fly easyjet.
Quite close to Bristol is Cardiff Airport and I will have the confidence that easyjet does not fly from there.