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Air Mail: Letters From The World's Most Troublesome Passenger

Air Mail Letters From The World s Most Troublesome Passenger Terry Ravenscroft is one of the world s most troublesome passengers if his letters are to be believed But are they He is probably the only man who has ever requested the recipe for an airline s lasag

  • Title: Air Mail: Letters From The World's Most Troublesome Passenger
  • Author: Terry Ravenscroft
  • ISBN: 9781843172796
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
  • Terry Ravenscroft is one of the world s most troublesome passengers, if his letters are to be believed But are they He is probably the only man who has ever requested the recipe for an airline s lasagna or wanted to enjoy his flight with an inflatable rubber woman sat on his knee Prepare to meet the man who must have his diet of stir fried mulberry leaves accommodated aTerry Ravenscroft is one of the world s most troublesome passengers, if his letters are to be believed But are they He is probably the only man who has ever requested the recipe for an airline s lasagna or wanted to enjoy his flight with an inflatable rubber woman sat on his knee Prepare to meet the man who must have his diet of stir fried mulberry leaves accommodated and the man who left his false teeth on a flight and is sure he recognized them on a later flight in a flight attendant s mouth Ravenscroft s correspondence tackles travel annoyances like excess baggage charges alongside surreal letters, such as the one starting out asking an Australian airline if they offer an authentic Australian experience for instance, Australian cuisine or in flight movies which then moves on to the question of at what age a baby is safe from being swallowed by a dingo.

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    1. This was terrible, and failed to amuse me.Many of the letters seemed far too fantastical to believe that they had actually been sent and replied to. Ravenscroft tried too hard to be hilarious, and failed miserably to get even a tiny smile from me.Also, I'm not sure if I'm being a bit of a prude here, but I found some of the letters to be quite racist and patronising. I understand it was all in jest, but surely there are better ways to incite laughter in someone than to mock their mistakes when u [...]

    2. Indeed, this is not someone whose signature you want to see on a letter. Dude is way annoying, but it's intentional. I'm not sure if that makes him Class-A Brilliant or just a really overpaid asshole. If I worked in the PR department of any of the airlines to whom the letters in this book are addressed, I'm pretty sure I'd vote for the latter. Here's a question he doesn't address: how many letters did he sent that never drew a response of any kind?I'm not sure why I finished this book, except th [...]

    3. A collection of interesting/funny/amusing letters written to various airlines from "the world's most troublesome passenger". I enjoyed this book. It was easy to read with plenty of laugh out loud moments!

    4. i received this for christmas and finished it the same day a frequent flyer i understand the frustrations that were written about and thought some of the ideas were very funny.worth a read specially if you've ever had a frustrating flight :)

    5. A quick, amusing read with lots of laugh out loud moments as well as severe cringeworthy sections. I am still astounded that airlines actually took the author's complaints seriously enough to respond to him but I guess "the customer is always right", not matter how delusional and off the wall!!

    6. I was really excited to get this book after seeing it on the internet however it was a good as i expected. It was too long and all the letters seemed to be the same so I got bored. I was also unsure if the letters were real or not?

    7. Funny at times, painful at others, this book goes out of its way to insult cultures far and wide. Mildly entertaining.

    8. Quite funny in parts,gets a bit monotonous and repetitive towards the end,read it in 2 days,bought used from a charity shop for £2,so some good came out of it.

    9. Funny in parts but became very boring, my sense of humour had got up and gone long before the end of the book.

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