1. “Tilting your seat back on an airplane is pure evil. But so is installing seats that recline in the first place.”

    Reclining airplane seats are a terrible idea and should be banned. - Slate Magazine [via]

    Totally agreed. I never recline. Just on principle.

    Reclining your airline seat contributes to a Domino Effect of Bad Human Behavior.

    (via merlin)

    When people talk about original sin they’re always going on and on about that asshole snake and his dumb fucking apple, but for my money the person who invented the reclining airplane seat is the one responsible for releasing the evil that lurks inside us all into the world. 

    (via bartdontlie)

    What gets me is…can’t they just have the seats go back a bit less?

    I once saw someone about to do it, instantly put my knees up meaning their chair barely moved. For a while there was a back and forth, him wondering why his chair wouldn’t go back and me making it so that I could sit without his headrest in my face. Took a while, but I won. Well, I say won, he stopped trying :)

    (via bartdontlie)

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