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On a recent flight in the exit row the lazy flight attendant made my wife and me move to the other side while she read the exit row instructions so she didn't have to repeat it twice. Then we moved back to our original seats. I was flabbergasted.
 

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On a recent flight in the exit row the lazy flight attendant made my wife and me move to the other side while she read the exit row instructions so she didn't have to repeat it twice. Then we moved back to our original seats. I was flabbergasted.
I'm flabbergasted you a) have an issue with that and b) had such a huge issue with it you felt the need to post about it.
 

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You could have asked the Purser for a $250 travel bank voucher each.
 

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On a recent flight in the exit row the lazy flight attendant made my wife and me move to the other side while she read the exit row instructions so she didn't have to repeat it twice. Then we moved back to our original seats. I was flabbergasted.
While such is unusual, I would have treated it as a bit of fun.
 
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On a recent flight in the exit row the lazy flight attendant made my wife and me move to the other side while she read the exit row instructions so she didn't have to repeat it twice. Then we moved back to our original seats. I was flabbergasted.
Well, that's a new one. Never seen that happen.
 

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I have to say that this is a bit poor if true...

What I find odd is there are some here (and I am not one) who have stated that Australian airlines are required to have someone sitting in each exit row section (a minimum of four required on a 738).

Were the OP and wife sitting in two different exit rows? If not, did one exit section go empty? If not, how did the others get briefed?
 
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