A FLIGHT flight attendant has revealed the secret phrase they use if they like a passenger or think they’re attractive.
Emily Witkop, who works for Southwest Airlines, explains how easy it is to talk to their colleagues without being picked up by passengers.
She previously said Yahoo!: “For several years, there was a code of ‘hot coffee’ among flight attendants.
“You would say, ‘I have hot coffee at 3B!’
“That means there’s an extremely attractive passenger in that particular seat that other flight attendants should check out.”
That’s not the only way the crew tells each other if they like someone on board.
Another flight attendant revealed a game of “cheerio” they play when leaving the plane after it lands.
Crew member, who goes by the name LTN330 on board Crew forum “There is a game of cheerio that you can play when the passengers disembark,” said.
“When you’re standing there and saying ‘buh-bye, thanks, take care’ etc. when you see someone you love, you say ‘cheerio’.”
“You need to do it with a friend and the challenge is to keep a straight face.”
If you’ve ever heard someone called “Bob,” that might not be their name.
In the words of the late flight attendant Owen Beddall, who wrote the book Confessions of a Qantas Flight Attendant, his colleagues would use the word ‘Bob’ to refer to good-looking travelers.
Here are some other phrases you can hear the crew say – and what they mean.
And if you want to ask one of the crew, a former flight attendant revealed how to do it.
Amanda Pleva, a flight attendant with 14 years of experience and columnist on FlyerTalksay that there is a stricter code of conduct than if you hit someone in a bar or club.
She detailed the best way to flirt with a flight attendant member to ensure successwith tips on when to start a conversation and even what you should wear on your feet.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/7971124/flight-attendant-secret-phrase-fancy-passenger-hot/ I’m a flight attendant and we have a secret phrase for our favorite passengers – The Sun