Airplane Toilets-The Future of Airplane Travel (Part IV) |
Further down the runway, the airplane industry will change the use of toilets as follows:
1) Airlines will soon charge a fee for using restrooms in the coach section by selling tokens in the gate waiting area. 2) In the toilets, three thin sheets of toilet paper will be released twice. The amount of soap allotted will be a small drop. The faucet water will be limited to one strike of the handle and only one tiny napkin will be dispensed by an automatic sensor. 3) Ultimately, toilets in coach section will be eliminated completely. 4) Passengers will waive rights for access to restrooms when they purchase a ticket. The acknowledge form will include a provision that a passenger affirms the avoidance of liquids 24 hours prior to the flight departure time. 5) Plastic urine bags will be available for purchase at the gate and a tiny corner of the rear exit aisle will be designated a urination zone. A curtain is added for privacy. 6) Ten more rows will be added to the coach section as traditional seats are replaced with up-right supports, as travelers are strapped to them standing up. 7) Five more rows of traditional seats will be added in the first-class cabin, as the use of a toilet becomes a priority for some passengers who will pay a hefty ticket premium. 8) A fortified door will be placed between the coach and first-class section to avoid a potential riot of the coach passengers who demand access to the toilets in the first-class cabin. 9) Major airlines will implement a significant stock buy-back plan, as profits are certain to rise after all these measures are incorporated into their business plans.
My recommendation is to buy common stock in publicly traded airline companies.
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