For all those people out there who have ever flown Ryanair…
Posted on 14th November 2014 by Ali Isaac
Tags: cheap flight song, Fascinating Aida, Friday Funny, Irish humour
Ah, you gotta love the Irish sense of humour… 😀
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yeah… it’s feckin funny!
I’ve always loved Fascinating Aida and this reminds me I have an interviews with a couple of them to transfer to my theatre blog. As for Ryanair…and Greek airports….Agghhhr!
Lol! I’ll look forward to reading your interviews! I couldnt stop laughing when I watched that video…
Is there a reason the airline is named after Ryan? And which Ryan? lol Just having fun. 🙂
I dont know! I sat next to the owner on one flight, he is quite a celebrity here in Ireland, everyone loves to hate him! He was actually very nice. I had Carys on my lap, and she kept throwing her toy on the floor, and he kept picking it up and giving it back. He didnt want to chat, and neither did I, but he was just a human being….
Very funny Ali.
xxx Massive Hugs xxx
Too funny! I’ve never flown Ryanair, but the performance reminded me of my experience when I arrived at the T1 in Dublin back in 2009, which event I adapted slightly for this passage in my novel:
“He praised God fervently when the plane landed in Dublin, but never in his scores of prior arrivals, had he been so tempted to blaspheme by the need to scurry like a baffled rat through the labyrinthine bowels of a terminal that he now believed had been built by some berserk bureaucrat to thwart the escape of arriving passengers.”
Thanks for the laugh! 😀
Lol! If you think Dublin Airport is confusing and chaotic, you want to try a Greek one! 😁
Lol – the new Athens one is rather nice, actually. But there are some iffy ones on the islands. Little more than a cardboard box for a tower, really.
Sorry! No insult intended, I love Greece and the trials and tribulations of getting there are all part of the experience for me. I haven’t been to Athens in a very long time, so I’m thinking of the little ones on the islands…
Ach, no insult involved, don’t worry. I have my own stories to tell from the Corfu airport – the one where they stop the traffic whenever a plane takes off! 🙂
I think you’ll love the Athens one. At least the Olympic Games did leave something behind.
Well perhaps I will get to see it on my travels one day soon. We usually fly to Kos and get the boat from there.
Never been to Kos. Sounds like I have to try it 😉
We never stay there, other than a day at the waterpark for the boys… which is very good! We get the boat over to Kalymnos.
That’s where all the climbers go, right?
Yes. Now my youngest boy has got the bug!
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