The Airplane Seat and Lavatory Factor

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  1. Canarsie
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    Canarsie Gold Member

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    Why is it that when I have an aisle seat on an airplane, the person in the window seat usually seems to have a bladder the size of a micron and needs to use the lavatory; but when I am seated in a window seat, the person in the aisle seat seems to have the bladder of a camel and never has to use the lavatory?
     
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    Been there done that. Only had a lady in the aisle that would not get up and made me climb over her.
     
  3. cennas
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    I usually choose an aisle seat on long journeys and when I'm stuck in Y, since usually upon boarding a flight my bladder will turn to the size of a micron. Luckily most of the time my seat mates in the window seat would have bladders of a camel :)
     
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