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Hey Frequent Flyer, Keep Your Feet Off The Damn Wall!

You have to feel for the plight of feet as it must be tough for them sitting in business class on a short haul flight. All that extra space from the bigger seat and extra room is useless to them. Feet do have an option when it comes to the front row however. Sitting there, […]
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