Toilets Will Soon Be Closed / Pronto Se Cerrarón Los Aseos

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Just before landing in Las Vegas Thursday on our Norwegian Air flight from London, a recorded announcement was heard. And I quote:

¨The toilets will soon be closed and cabin crew will be walking through the cabin to collect waste.¨

Um…. blech! The poor cabin crew.

Justo antes de aterrizar en Las Vegas el jueves en nuestro vuelo de Norwegian Air desde Londres, se escuchó un anuncio grabado. Y cito:

“Pronto se cerrarán los aseos y la tripulación de la cabina caminará a través de la cabina para recoger los residuos”.

Um…. blech! La pobre tripulación de la cabina.

Collected… at Las Vegas Airport. / Recogidos… en el Aeropuerto de Las Vegas.

Author: Moving with Mitchell

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28 thoughts on “Toilets Will Soon Be Closed / Pronto Se Cerrarón Los Aseos”

    1. Adam:
      Can you believe that? When we laughed, the flight attendant said he had never thought about it.

    1. anne marie:
      We arrived the day of 8 inches! Black ice, slush… a mess. But our timing was good and it was mostly gone within a couple of days.

    1. Jim:
      I hadn’t realized until the trip back but the message even appeared on the video monitors… those exact words. Poor cabin crew.

    1. Bob:
      it amazes me when no one, in all the reviews that go one, catches something like that. When we laughed about it to one of the flight attendants, he was shocked and said no one had ever pointed that out.

    1. Jennifer:
      And we apparently were the first to point out the “funny” to this particular cabin crew.

    1. Deedles:
      i wish I had had my camera out when the message appeared on the video monitors on our arrival in London on the way home.

  1. Sometime mismatched articles are amusing.
    I remember one in a restaurant over the time clock “Employees are not allowed to punch each other out”

    1. Urspo:
      Ha! At least the restaurant sign was true no matter how it was read. (And that reminds me of the British way of telling someone you’re going to stop by… “I’ll knock you up.”)

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