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Male SWA F/A's need to go!

reospeedwagon

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As I was walking through the terminal yesterday I noticed one of the most horrific sights I had ever seen in my life. Three Swa FAs were walking in my direction; 2 male & 1 female. One of the males khaki shorts were so short that I thought that he was a part of the Magnum PI fan club impersonating Tom Selleck himself back in '82. I could all but see his unit hanging from his right short leg! Not to mention he looked like sasquatch with all the hair on his legs....made even more visible by the professional looking khaki shorts/speedo. Does the "number one airline in the industry" have any dress code that these Nancy Boy stewerdess' are suppose to comply with? Or is SWA afraid to rock the boat to avoid confrontation from the gay dudes that like to sashay down the terminal sporting this look? I swear it was Officer J. Dangle from Reno 911!
 
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Falconjet

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REO: Come on and admit it: You are just po'd at yourself because the dude caught you taking a look at his package.

Don't worry, though, it doesn't necessarily mean you are gay. (Not that there is anything wrong with that.............No of course not).

FJ
 

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Hey REO....aww nevermind, not worth the effort.
 
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reospeedwagon said:
As I was walking through the terminal yesterday I noticed one of the most horrific sights I had ever seen in my life. Three Swa FAs were walking in my direction; 2 male & 1 female. One of the males khaki shorts were so short that I thought that he was a part of the Magnum PI fan club impersonating Tom Selleck himself back in '82. I could all but see his unit hanging from his right short leg! Not to mention he looked like sasquatch with all the hair on his legs....made even more visible by the professional looking khaki shorts/speedo. Does the "number one airline in the industry" have any dress code that these Nancy Boy stewerdess' are suppose to comply with? Or is SWA afraid to rock the boat to avoid confrontation from the gay dudes that like to sashay down the terminal sporting this look?
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Were you ashamed that he gave you "wood" . . . . "heheheheh". . .
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Texasskicker

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Whats worse

What is worse, a male F/A or a SHEMALE Captain? SWA has some of both.
 

Redmeat

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Texasskicker said:
What is worse, a male F/A or a SHEMALE Captain? SWA has some of both.
NW has a "converted" (shemale) pilot.

not that there is anything wrong with that of course.

:D
 

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Redmeat said:
NW has a "converted" (shemale) pilot.

not that there is anything wrong with that of course.

:D


USAirways had a transsexual....
Big hands and a big adams apple that apparently could not be "corrected."


It was referred to as "IT"....

As far as the SWA male f/a's in the shorts..

You have to admit its not very appealing!
 

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There should be a section in the Air and Space museum at IAD called the "Good looking female F/A". They are truely a dying breed. Very hard to find these days.
 

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...meat gazer!...
 

Mugs

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Not to mention the tie thing with the SWA pilots can go overboard. It makes me glad I always use the same old "boring" uniform tie at work. A couple of weeks ago going through security behind an SWA crew in TUL, there was a rather large female SWA F/O in front of us. Her tie was an obnoxious yellow color with the words "A+ Pilot" scripted across it. It looked like something her 8 month old should have been using as a bib.
 

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Yeah...that "obnoxious yellow tie" is one of the ties the company gives out for volunteering time with the Adopt-A-Pilot program. It's a great program that helps many grade school children learn math, science and geography. I say she's earned her right to wear that tie if she's volunteered for such a good program.

You stick with your uniform standard and we'll stick with ours. Thanks for your concern.
 

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Mugs said:
Not to mention the tie thing with the SWA pilots can go overboard. It makes me glad I always use the same old "boring" uniform tie at work. A couple of weeks ago going through security behind an SWA crew in TUL, there was a rather large female SWA F/O in front of us. Her tie was an obnoxious yellow color with the words "A+ Pilot" scripted across it. It looked like something her 8 month old should have been using as a bib.
That is the "Adopt-A-Pilot" tie.

http://www.southwest.com/adoptapilot/?sr=PR_pilot_020105
 

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TR4A said:
That is the "Adopt-A-Pilot" tie.
It also serves as an excellent high visability device during walk arounds.
 

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FlyBarneyJets said:
Yeah...that "obnoxious yellow tie" is one of the ties the company gives out for volunteering time with the Adopt-A-Pilot program. It's a great program that helps many grade school children learn math, science and geography. I say she's earned her right to wear that tie if she's volunteered for such a good program.

You stick with your uniform standard and we'll stick with ours. Thanks for your concern.
Haven't seen the yellow ones, but the American Flag ones are a bit much don't ya think.
 

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FlyBarneyJets said:
Yeah...that "obnoxious yellow tie" is one of the ties the company gives out for volunteering time with the Adopt-A-Pilot program. It's a great program that helps many grade school children learn math, science and geography. I say she's earned her right to wear that tie if she's volunteered for such a good program.

You stick with your uniform standard and we'll stick with ours. Thanks for your concern.
Fair enough. Maybe you should just chuck the ties and start dressing like that "sasquatch" flight attendant of yours?
 

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The extremes you SWA haters go to never ceases to amaze me. Some dude checks out some other dude's package, and uses that as his basis for a slam on SWA uniforms. Freakin incredible!!!
 
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