Loud snoring?

nikoz1200

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Guy in pilot's lounge is snoring so loud that no one else can get any shut eye. Any suggestions beside sleeping in the plane?
 

nikoz1200

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Will try the cropdust... I'll post updates. Don't have any red flannel. Will blue work?
 
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Kingairrick

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Really nickoz, have you never snored? I bet you're really fun to fly with...
 

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Everyone wake him up and tell him he's keeping all of you up. I bet he'd leave, and I doubt it's the first time he's heard this complaint.
 

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Tape a sign to him that says:

"I'm an obnoxious slob of a corporate pilot who is too rude and cheap to get a day room, feel free to kick me in the balls"
 

ksu_aviator

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WTF is cropdusting?

Maybe I shouldn't ask...and to the guy that said something about red flannel...WTF is wrong with you? Either grow up or grow some Y chromosomes.
 

Rez O. Lewshun

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Interesting that pilots come on FI for social advice in a professional workplace...

We've had nose pickers, constant talkers and now snorers... and people don't know how to handle this? Perhaps texting and PS2 aren't teaching people the finer social skills.... which suggest your parents didn't do a very good job.....

Why not discretely wake your fellow professional and kindly tell him of his loud indiscretion. You know, give him a chance to become aware and self correct....
 

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Interesting that pilots come on FI for social advice in a professional workplace...

We've had nose pickers, constant talkers and now snorers... and people don't know how to handle this? Perhaps texting and PS2 aren't teaching people the finer social skills.... which suggest your parents didn't do a very good job.....

Why not discretely wake your fellow professional and kindly tell him of his loud indiscretion. You know, give him a chance to become aware and self correct....

"the finer social skills" and sarcasm - two things pilots often have a difficult time with.
 

Midnight Flyer

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As much as it sucks its really not his fault.. I would usually take a walk or assume it was the perfect time to grab the crew car for chow..
That's a silly response.
It may not be his fault he's a snorer, but it's also not my problem that he snores. Everyone in the "sleep" room should be able to do just that...sleep.
It's funny how just one snorer in a sleep room is the only one who gets any sleep....and their mouth is just inches from their ears.
 

TurboHonda

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WTF is cropdusting?

Maybe I shouldn't ask...and to the guy that said something about red flannel...WTF is wrong with you? Either grow up or grow some Y chromosomes.
It's a line from an old joke. Probably before your time. Sorry to offend your sensibilities.

Have a good day.
 

K.V.

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It's a line from an old joke. Probably before your time. Sorry to offend your sensibilities.

Have a good day.
Don't apologize for other people's jacka$$ remarks.
 
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