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January 26, 2021


Japanese airlines have found success in the sale of in-flight meals for those who cannot fly abroad but want to savor them amid the new coronavirus pandemic.

(Thanks to Godot51)


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The meals must be much better on JAL.

Can I rent an infant to kick my seat and scream in my ear for hours?

Those meals are likely quite good, but then we would miss out on the free entertainment and ambiance of dining in a Waffle House or Chuck E.Cheese.



If your house hits an air pocket and tosses your coffee onto your lap, so much the better.

In fairness, meals on foreign airlines do generally seem to be better than on our airlines.

Even so, I don't feel real motivated to get anything from them. The TV dinners at the grocery store are probably better.

You can also buy those little, single-serving bottles of liquor for the grossly overpriced amount of $5(USD) each.

Exact change is appreciated.

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