Breakup on a Plane

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I’m a couple of days late to the story (or rather in auto-post mode since I’m currently off on my Grand Mediterranean cruise) but this story caught my eye about how a woman trended on Twitter due to her live tweeting a couple’s too-public breakup on a plane.

It is stories like this that make me glad social media was not around in my younger years.

I know I’ve been that girl… more than once.

I went through a string of long distance relationships in my emotional 20s (and early 30s) and sniffled my way through many domestic flights during a couple of the more tumultuous relationships.  I have sobbed the duration of at least two international flights.

Nothing is worse than crying on planes – the dry air, the dehydration, the other passengers.

Yes, the other passengers.  I never really thought about them when I was my crying mess of a self.

Lesson now learned (about 15 years too late) – don’t initiate a breakup on a plane (or really anywhere in public).

Thank goodness they didn’t have Twitter – or I would have been a victim of passenger shaming on an entirely new level.

And yet I had to read the story anyway.  The commentary, while snarky, was a also hilarious.  I can only imagine what happened after the flight.

I want to know what happened next.

And I want to know who Charlotte is!

About Jennifer Moody

Jennifer is a management consultant and avid volunteer. Her career and volunteer duty travels have helped her log top-tier airline and hotel status annually for the last eighteen years. In addition, she embraces the opportunity to maximize her vacation time by planning extracurricular trips that have taken her to over 60 countries and 48.5 US states. Although she averages 200 days a year on the road, she loves to return to “the homestead” in her native Fort Worth, Texas where she enjoys cooking, gardening, sewing, needlepoint, wine, and cocktail mixology.

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