Dear Disappointed: I agree that there should be more truth in advertising, which is why I’m printing your letter.
However, the same can be said for men who have also been known to fudge the truth about their height and weight, and whose photos feature them wearing baseball caps to hide their baldness.
"[A flight attendant] was basically reprimanding me and talking down to me through the aisle with other people listening," Harper said.
In a statement to Complex on Wednesday, a United representative said they were reviewing the incident: Customer safety is always our first priority.
All the women I met had posted photos that looked nothing like them. You usually meet in a public place, so the gentlemanly thing to do is continue the encounter, only to not follow up.
He just smells really bad — especially “down there.” All of this is recent. He cleaned up before because you hadn’t been “wooed and won” yet.
Because he washes so infrequently, I have become less willing to have sexual contact with him. When we first got together, he showered daily or at least every other day. He may change in the future, but not for the better. You might be doing him a favor to suggest that it’s time for a checkup with his doctor. I’ve always assumed that passengers should exit the elevator before new ones get on.
United Airlines has responded to a passenger's claims of being forced to urinate in a cup during a flight.
Nicole Harper of Kansas City said she was "unable to get through" to United's customer service regarding the incident, reported.