I scored 2. Hogging armrests and looking out the window during movies were my 'failings'.
I only 'hog the armrests if I'm in the middle seat though. I reckon it's a small consolation for having a cr@p seat.
Interesting though, there was no mention of reclining
I got 1 for leaving rubish in the front seat pocket, well, where else should I leave them?
Most of the time I am flying with my children, and when they are given all sort entertainments etc, the bags are handy for putting all the rubbish they have through out the flight, as well as their drinking bottles, we keep them till the flight ended.
It would be interesting to run the test on ones fellow passengers. We all seem to be close to perfect, but some other people are out to get me. Perhaps we could hand out report cards at the end of each flight.
4 / 24. I fail to see what's wrong with leaving rubbish in the front pocket if it isn't collected by staff, or what's wrong with pressing the attendant button even if they're busy. I know they'll get to me when they're free, and I'm always polite.
I am guilty of taking off my flip flops, unbuckling my seat belt a bit early so I can leap out of my seat and outrun the wheelie baggers to passport control, I will sneak on more carry on weight wise if it means I don't have to check a bag and I will sneak extra cokes out for layovers in transit airports. I be baaaaad!
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2 for me, and it is similar to others. I sometimes take my shoes off for lonhaul flights but that's why you get the socks innit? Also the armrest war is one I am guilty of but I would argue that a compromise can be made with a one arm forward/one arm back tacit agreement.
Some are silly questions like the soda and peanuts one. Also, I thought Americans didn't have an r in asshole.
I only got 1 and maybe 2 if i sat in window seats i'd probably want to look out, but i can't rmemeber the last time i had a window or middle seat. Aisles only for me (this often means checking in seperate from work colleagues etc)
My pet hate on all of them is the armrest hogs. Reason being is i can handle lack of legroom, but when i can't rest my shoulders back because the @rse next to me is being inconsiderate, sitting with legs wide apart and elbows sticking into my sides i really hate it. I often find i crunch my shoulders in to avoid the service cart then end up with a sore neck and shoulders.