How to Travel With Sex Toys, and How Hotels are Spying on You

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  1. How UA FA training compares with SQ training: It is not just 5 weeks vs. 15 weeks that tells the story. Considering the IQ of the average UA FA is much lower than that of the average SQ FA, the difference in training levels is all the more shocking

  2. I love the Vanilla Ice picture above. It looks like he’s on some REALLY good drugs, trying to perform a Jedi mind trick or something..

  3. I’d proffer that the average SQ FA rates higher than the average UA FA on more than just IQ (and training).

  4. Remove the batteries from all battery-operated devices — even if you think they’re difficult to turn on. In San Francisco, of course, we’ve got your sparkly pink welcome mat right here. And if you lose your lube, we’ll have you covered. Literally.

  5. Thank god they already started producing toys that even James Bond would have trouble recognizing for what they actually are. I am saved from shame everytime I fly 🙂

  6. Just remove the lube and batteries from your toy/toy box and you should be Ok. But beware of traveling with sex toys to Arab countries, they have pretty harsh laws and you can get in trouble.

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