Staples Rebate on Gift Cards and Sexy Flight Attendant Uniforms (Bits ‘n Pieces for April 11, 2014)

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  1. Love the sexy uniforms. but most importantly Asian airlines has the best service and and helpful crews. Their international flights are newer too.
    Whats so horrible is the US airlines like American or United that are so old, tiny seats , no charging station, unhelpful and the arrogant senior citizen flight attendants or crews on board.

  2. Given the length of those minidresses, this article is perhaps the most appropriate entry ever in the “Bits ‘n’ Pieces” feature.

  3. I think the company seems to sell sexy service. I thoght their promotion of wearing mini dress is that using old way but it is sexial harrasment to me as a Japanese female. JAL and ANA, long time ago, in 70s, their uniform was mini dress; however, they should sell service and security nowadays not female legs and hips. I want to suggest them to wear long pants instead.

  4. I love the safety objection. Seriously, if I’m one of the 8 people in the history of air travel who has survived a crash and the flight attendant breaks out the emergency slide, a short dress is going to be the last thing on my mind.

    No objection here (as long as the girls looks like those in the picture and not the 90% of American flight attendants).

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