AcesAndEights
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April 7th, 2014 at 3:42:26 PM permalink
Quote: beachbumbabs

Lol...I think it could be one of those things that's more attractive in the abstract. The thermals in the desert in a hot place like Vegas, I think you'd end up clinging to each other for dear life and letting the turbulence do all the work...not sure how you'd stay buckled in, either, in a "joint" position, let alone trying anything with teeth involved, even peripherally. Lotta residual bruising post-adventure. Golden Eagle is a definite sit-down/prone airplane; cabin even without the bed is less than 5 feet high. I'm guessing it would be more like a padded room all around than a "bed" to work with, as "down" is sometimes relative. Not to be a killjoy...but I think geoff's got it nailed, as it were. :D


Is it bad if that makes me want to try it even more?
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April 7th, 2014 at 4:13:32 PM permalink
Quote: AcesAndEights

I mean, at $799, I'm tempted to book it! Maybe if I've booked a big net win toward the end of our next trip...the fiance will clear spending that much money...



When I first heard about this I swear the report said $80. I was definitely thinking "Hell Yeah!" there. But it was pretty silly of me to think that was the actual price. $800 is a lot more reasonable for this. And I'd probably pass.
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April 7th, 2014 at 4:50:22 PM permalink
Quote: michael99000

I believe you are combining two separate desires.. One is to do it in public, the other being doing it at 5000 ft. I guess on a normal flight its a killing two birds with one stone scenario.

One of my transcontinental pilots had cracked up an entire restaurant when he bestowed the certificate on a middle aged man and an 18 year old girl after he officiated when they actually did it in the back seat of Cessna 182. Cramped! He did claim to have put a bit of duct tape over the mirror.

As for his personal situation, he was willing to be the pilot at Mile High Club activities but felt that on a personal level, he would just go to a Denver motel room sometime.
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April 7th, 2014 at 7:27:49 PM permalink
You know I've always wanted to learn how to fly. and get in the mile high club. I don't know which I want more but $300 hookers + tips don't come cheap! Especially if you add in travel costs.
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April 7th, 2014 at 7:32:41 PM permalink
What would be even more duuurty is if they upped the price to a cool $1,000 and included a lady or two for your pleasure :)

Then you could have a 3 way, a mile up and come back with the clap.......How much more Vegas do you want???
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michael99000
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April 7th, 2014 at 7:55:01 PM permalink
Quote: beachbumbabs

Lol...I think it could be one of those things that's more attractive in the abstract. The thermals in the desert in a hot place like Vegas, I think you'd end up clinging to each other for dear life and letting the turbulence do all the work...not sure how you'd stay buckled in, either, in a "joint" position, let alone trying anything with teeth involved, even peripherally. Lotta residual bruising post-adventure. Golden Eagle is a definite sit-down/prone airplane; cabin even without the bed is less than 5 feet high. I'm guessing it would be more like a padded room all around than a "bed" to work with, as "down" is sometimes relative. Not to be a killjoy...but I think geoff's got it nailed, as it were. :D



Hmmm... That's the kind of detailed analysis that could only come from someone whose used the service.

That "I think..." and "not sure..." you threw in there aren't fooling anyone
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April 7th, 2014 at 8:22:23 PM permalink
Quote: michael99000

Hmmm... That's the kind of detailed analysis that could only come from someone whose used the service.

That "I think..." and "not sure..." you threw in there aren't fooling anyone



Yeah, the stories I don't tell on this board any more....lol.
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April 10th, 2014 at 4:55:40 AM permalink
Quote: beachbumbabs

Lol...I think it could be one of those things that's more attractive in the abstract.



I think that subject has made a lot of scripts over the years. One dialogue that I always thought was hysterical was on an episode of Friends where the group imagines a different life. If you missed Friends for the past 20 years, Ross was actually divorced from Carol when she came out as a lesbian and moved in with Gail. Carol and Gail are raising Ross's son, Ben.


Quote: Friends episode "The One That Could Have Been" February 17, 2000


Ross: Yay! (To Carol) Seriously, our sex life… I was thinking, maybe I don’t know, we could try some-some new things. Y’know? For fun?
Carol: Like what?
Ross: Well I don’t know
umm, (Pause) what if we were too tie each other up? (Carol’s shocked and obviously doesn’t like that idea.)
Umm, some people eat stuff off one another. (Carol doesn’t like that idea either.) Nah!
Umm, y’know we-we could try dirty talk? (Carol still says no.)
Umm, we could, we could have a threesome.
Carol: (quickly) I love that idea!

Ross: So honey this uh, this threesome thing umm, I mean how-how are you gonna start to find…
Carol: Ooh, actually I’ve been making a list of all the women I know who might be into doing this!
Ross: Oh. (He takes the notepad she was using and looks at it.) Wow! (Flips to another page.) Huh. (Flips another page.) Boy! (Flips another page.) Well, someone’s been doing their homework. (Flips two more pages.)
Carol: Yeah. Ooh, and I know Gail Rosten is in there twice, but she is so…
Ross: Oh, I know. (Laughs) Y’know, just-just talking about it is getting me kinda…
Carol: Oh, me too.
Ross: Yeah? Well, I-I think Ben’s asleep.
Carol: Oh umm, y’know I think it would be better if we just save it.
Ross: Yeah. Right. Save it. I can do that. (Gets up and does a little kara-tay.)


Ross: Hey Joe did… Did you ever have a threesome?
Joey: (not quite sure of how to answer that) Well uh, look Ross I uh, I think Carol’s great and I’m sure you’re a very attractive man, but I….
Ross: No! The reason I’m asking is that… I sorta had one last night.
Joey: You?
Ross: Yeah!
Joey: Wow!
Ross: Yeah!
Joey: All right! So, was it amazing?
Ross: It was, it was okay.
Joey: Just okay—Did you do it right?!
Ross: Look, it’s just did, did you ever go to a party and think, "Would really anyone miss me if I weren’t here?"
Joey: Huh. But still Ross, you’re worst day with two women, pretty much better than any other day! Y’know what I mean?
Ross: Oh-oh, absolutely!
(They both laugh.)
Ross: It’s just, my part seemed to be over pretty quickly and then, and then there was a lot of waiting around.
Joey: But you got to be with both of them, right?
Ross: Not-not really. Th-th-there was just Carol.
Joey: Not the other one?
Ross: No, she kept kicking me away!
Joey: Yeah, you don’t want that.
Ross: No!
Joey: Well hey, at least you got to see a lot of stuff, right?
Ross: Oh I a lot of stuff!
Joey: You got a little bored?
Ross: A little. Yeah. I made a snack.
Joey: Yeah? What did ya have?
Ross: Just a sandwich. Turkey, a little mustard…
Joey: Sounds good.
Ross: It really was!

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April 10th, 2014 at 6:25:45 AM permalink
Quote: pacomartin

I think that subject has made a lot of scripts over the years. One dialogue that I always thought was hysterical was on an episode of Friends where the group imagines a different life. If you missed Friends for the past 20 years, Ross was actually divorced from Carol when she came out as a lesbian and moved in with Gail. Carol and Gail are raising Ross's son, Ben.



Slight correction, Carol's lesbian lover whom she was raising Ross's son with, was Susan, not Gail.

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