- Apr 15, 2009
My friend who is QF LTG and current WP1 does, when she doesnt get an upgrade that is. She has a good batting average on upgrades and/or entire Y row to herself.
Yes - why not, they're just pjamas (although I tried to take a set home as a 'special' gift to MBH, once - that's a new thread in itself). Now if you were wearing a set of Peter Alexanders, then I'd call that out
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Taking off my bra for long hauls is something Ive never thought of.
I don't recall ever seeing anyone wear pyjamas in economy either.
It's not all about you though, John. People should be allowed to wear what THEY feel comfortable in.
I find that if I try sleeping in jeans or slacks, they get all tangled-up. This is the first time I’ll be trying to sleep on one of those lie-flat J seats.I don't understand why comfort is such a concern. I don't feel any less comfortable wearing pleated pants, casual/business shirt and jacket with black leather shoes than I would wearing a t-shirt and shorts with running shoes.
I struggle to sleep in those seats. A little narrow for me and toss and turn yet if seat I'm upright I sleep longer.I find that if I try sleeping in jeans or slacks, they get all tangled-up. This is the first time I’ll be trying to sleep on one of those lie-flat J seats.
I guess so; I’ve never slept a wink on a ‘plane sitting up, and tend to be generally pretty pissed-off by the end of the experience. But a J seat would be less constricting, my knees won’t be jammed up against the seat in front, and it looks like the everyone-gets-an-aisle-seat layout means no climbing over people nor a need to climb over people for toilet adventures ... so I may give sitting-up a try if lying-down fails, ta!I struggle to sleep in those seats. A little narrow for me and toss and turn yet if seat I'm upright I sleep longer.
To each their own I guess.
That’s pretty rough on your valet; I have been allowed in J, and am told I’ll be allowed to go up to F as long as it’s only for the purposes of dressing/undressing the master. Oh, and I do have to wear a paper bag over my head, but that’s a normal requirement.I like to wear my velvet smoking jacket, what I do miss is my valet being able to dress me after take off. Sadly, these days, he must stay in economy.
.... what I do miss is my valet being able to dress me after take off. Sadly, these days, he must stay in economy.