Dating why is it so hard
Yes, the “sexy waitress in the sky” image prevails, but we are also a breath away from being straight-up superheroes. What man would go out of his way to give a girl his phone number in the middle of the airport and risk showing up late to his gate, yet fall short of making an actual connection? But even so, she’s not getting too bent out of shape about it.We are responsible for several hundred lives above the clouds and on the ground on every flight. Analisa shows him a naked hand and he gives her his phone number, apologizing that he needs to hop on his next flight. She added, “Any time I get sad about a guy not being able to handle our lifestyle, I open my eyes in Paris and eat my macaron and say, ‘Screw you.My friend Analisa tells this story, which begins like a romantic comedy: She’s walking down the concourse to catch a commuting flight home and catches a glimpse of a total fox heading the other direction. With a chaotic schedule, naturally what most flight attendants crave is stability.It would be nice to have someone ready to catch us when we fall from the clouds. Our dating pool of planet Earth is decidedly larger than most, but the reality is that guys are usually ill-equipped to handle the unpredictability of our lives.Sometimes I will check out the scenery on Tinder but it’s mainly just a way for me to window shop.Most female flight attendants I work with are the same, with a few exceptions.
And it wasn’t even the first rejection because of the job: another guy said her schedule seemed too “hectic,” and yet another told her, “with your job I don’t know if I could trust you.”What exactly are they so afraid of?
She’s the breezy beauty going to Athens tonight, constantly meeting celebrities on the JFK-LAX flight, or running a marathon in Hawaii just because the weather in New York is gray. ￼“I met a guy through a friend,” another flight attendant, Kia, tells me. I would bid for Dallas layovers and try to fly down as much as I could on my off days.