In a tell-all rant, a flight attendant spilled the tea on passengers griping about airplane chow and dropped some truth bombs—bring your own food! Writing anonymously for The Sun, this seasoned cabin crew member laid bare the realities of in-flight dining and dished out some serious advice on brown-bagging it.
“Every flight I’m on, there’s always someone giving major side-eye to the idea of their in-flight lunch or dinner,” spilled the flight attendant.
Fed up with the food fuss, the attendant spilled the deets on the challenges of whipping up meals mid-air. “Don’t expect us to have a magic stash of gourmet goodies on the plane. The aircraft’s a tight squeeze, and we’re not whipping up personalized feasts. We bring what we need, nothing more,” the attendant laid it out.
No stranger to using social media to drop truth bombs, the flight attendant kept it real about the wisdom of BYOF (Bring Your Own Food). “That’s why I’m always saying, pack your own grub, especially for those long-haul trips. You won’t go hungry, and I won’t have to listen to your gripes about the food,” dropped the flight attendant with a decade of in-the-sky experience.
The flight attendant threw shade at the idea that airplane eats could ever compete with home-cooked or restaurant meals. “Accept the fact that it won’t be a Michelin moment,” stated the attendant.
Encouraging passengers to bring their faves, the flight attendant underlined the importance of catering to specific cravings and allergies. “But hey, on every flight, there’s someone allergic to nuts or lactose intolerant, expecting us to cook up a storm just for them,” the attendant threw some serious shade.
Wrapping up the no-nonsense advice, the flight attendant offered foolproof solutions for passengers to dine in the clouds. “Want a simple hack? Throw some cup noodles in your bag. We’ll hook you up with hot water; just give us a shout. Or pack your go-to snacks. Easy peasy,” the flight attendant suggested.
This flight attendant’s straight talk is all about empowering passengers to take charge of their in-flight feast, dishing out practical tips for a more enjoyable journey.