O, what sweet collision

typed for your pleasure on 17 January 2006, at 9.29 pm

Sdtrk: ‘At amber’ by Morrissey

Mannequins? Wearing vintage air stewardess uniforms??


Left, Delta Air Lines, 1958; right, Allegheny Airlines Winter uniform 1969 – 1971

Not surprisingly, I’m all over it

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8 have spoken to “O, what sweet collision”

  1. SafeTinspector writes:

    Of the many fetishes out there, one of the most understandable to me is the uniform fetish.
    They facilitate fantasies of being taken care of, taken charge of, or taking charge of.
    All of which can be played out with a nice uniform.

    On a separate note: would you get in trouble if you bought a stewardess uniform for Nothwestern Airlines and then boarded one as a passenger?

  2. Jeff "Wolfgang" Lilly writes:

    I just want to see the uniforms for Aer Lingus…

  3. KrazyQ writes:

    Look in the mirror time to face up
    Ever tried to live without the photographs and money
    Don’t have to live behind the make-up
    Cos all I want is what’s itching inside of u

    Cos I saw you sitting in the rain with the tears running down, running down your face
    It makes me shiver when I see u like this
    But just open u’r eyes and watch it fade away
    Cos I saw you sitting in the rain with the tears running down, running down your face
    Can’t u see it’s a masquerade so get u’rself together

    Plug it in plug it in baby
    Where u been, where u been baby
    Plug it in plug it in baby
    Where u been, where u been baby

    I wouldn’t say that its so serious
    I know u think u’r in a tragic condition
    U know that I’m a little bit more than curious
    When all I want is what’s kicking inside of you

    Cos I saw you sitting in the rain with the tears running down, running down your face
    It makes me shiver when I see u like this
    But just open u’r eyes and watch it fade away
    Cos I saw you sitting in the rain with the tears running down, running down your face
    Can’t u see it’s a masquerade so get u’rself together

    Plug it In plug it in baby
    Where u been, where u been baby
    Plug it in plug it in baby
    Where u been, where u been baby

    Ever tried to live without the makeup

    Plug it in, plug it in baby…

  4. Tim writes:

    Stewardess uniform? The hell you say!

  5. Penda writes:

    Wow – that sounds like one hell of a fantasy, “boarding” a stewardess while wearing a uniform but playing naugty passenger.

  6. Davecat writes:

    Penda
    STOP READING MY MIND OUT LOUD (AGAIN)

    Tim –
    The hell I said!

    T-money –
    I would’ve posted the lyrics to Add N to (X)’s ‘Plug me in’ in response, but I can’t find them on the Interbutt, and I’m too sodding lazy to listen to the song and transcribe them. So let that be a lesson to you.

    WG –
    Oddly enough, Aer Lingus was the first one I’d looked up! But the site owner’s earliest example was from 1986, and I was expecting some plaid / kilt / sash / International Rescue-style hat scheme, so I was sorely disappointed.

    SafeT
    Uniforms make everyone look better! Well, depending on the uniform. Personally I think I dig them, cos I prefer Order. But I think the best types of uniforms are those that look similar at first glance, then, upon further inspection, you can see that one version has perhaps a different set of epaulets than the normal variation, or that one has silver piping instead of blue.. things like that. Like those sexy Panzer driver sidewrap jackets, for instance..
    And on your separate note: so wait — boarding the plane whilst dressed as a stewardess, or boarding a stewardess whilst dressed as a stewardess?
    See how that wraps around? Thankyou, goodnight!

  7. zszsz writes:

    ohhhhh, fonts . . .

    drool . . .

    : ]

  8. SafeTinspector writes:

    Boarding a NorthWest plane while dressed as a NorthWest stewardess.

    Although I like the boarding a stewardess while dressed as one as well.

    Actually, I’m married. I have limited boarding opportunities, and can only travel on one plane.

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