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The sorry life of aging stewardesses

On a recent business trip, I found myself on a Lufthansa flight within Europe. If you don’t have to pay for it yourself, the value for money that airline provides is quite something. On a more serious note, I considered my last flight not particularly pleasant. I had to take a late flight and was a bit too tired to do any productive work. I was not tired enough to sleep, so I just lethargically endured the trip. This drew my attention to something rather peculiar. Maybe I just had bad luck, but the stewardesses on that flight were old hags. More concretely, two were old hags. A third woman was in her thirties and seemingly of Middle Eastern origin. In Germany, ethnic hires are all the rage, so instead of a tall slim German blonde with a nice pair of tits they put an overweight Muslima on the flight. My eyes had absolutely nothing to feast on.

Being a whiny faggot really makes you aware of quite a few problems. Here, the issue was that those poor old women were forced to serve water, orange juice, and readymade crappy food to travelers who’d rather be somewhere else. What kind of life is that? I think that being a stewardess is only an attractive job for, well, young attractive and promiscuous women. Due to the demands of their job, they very frequently get to stay in cities that are at least large enough to justify an airport. This means that they work for a few days, followed by parting, drinking, and fucking for a few days. Rise, rinse, repeat. That kind of lifestyle probably wears you out pretty quickly, but for those women, it might beat going to the same old clubs weekend after weekend and taking dick in exchange for cocaine cut with arsenic.

I’m hardly exaggerating, by the way. I bumped into a few stewardesses over the years who had more or less that kind of lifestyle. Some were even bragging about all the rich guys the fuck in the hotels their employers puts them up in. A friend of mine who has to travel a lot for business claims that stewardesses are the biggest sluts you can find, but I have to take his word for it. His sample is probably very biased.

Not all stewardesses are sluts, though. The young overweight ones with an ethnic background who get hired due to political correctness most certainly aren’t, because they can’t. Their appearance will prevent them from pursuing that kind of lifestyle. Yet, a young attractive stewardess who likes to keep her legs together could easily leverage the perks of her jobs for the purpose of finding a well-off husband. Pilots earn very well. Guys flying first-class make even more money. A young hot stewardess would thus have plenty of eligible guys to choose from. Viewed from that perspective, becoming a stewardess could be seen as the pretty-girl version of studying medicine in order to find a well-off husband.

The demands of the job, however, make it impossible to have a normal family life. I can’t even imagine how it’s possible to raise children with a stewardess mother. The obvious choice would thus be to hitch a well-off guy within a few short years and stay at home aferwards to raise kids. No matter how you view it, that would be a very solid plan.

But what if a stewardess misses her chance? Let’s say she enjoyed too much getting bukkake’d in swanky hotels. She’s known to be a slut and no guy wants to put a ring on her. For some reason, she does not want to quit her job either. The result is that she’ll keep doing braindead menial work at 40,000 feet, hitting 30, 40, 50, 60 on the way. (One of the stewardesses on my flight looked as if she was in her early 60s.) She’s trapped because guys would find the prospect of dating her unappealing for that reason alone, even in the unrealistic case that her age wasn’t an issue. She can’t have a normal relationship, let alone a family. The worst part of it, though, is that they hold on to a job that could be much better utilized by someone younger, either a young slut or a young savvy woman looking for a well-off partner. Of course, you also have to look at the collateral damage: one more old hag on the plane means that there is one fewer slut to bang in some big city on the weekend and one fewer hot stewardess checking whether you have fastened your seatbelt.

13 thoughts on “The sorry life of aging stewardesses

  1. True story. In college I worked the front desk for a hotel that had the contract for the overnight stays of flight crews. I got to know a few of them well and there was one perky little stew I got in the habit of flirting with.

    One night she calls the desk for her morning wake up call. I say, “How about I just roll over in the morning and tap you on the shoulder?” This next part is priceless. She says, “OK”, and click, hangs up the phone.

    It was a great ride while it lasted. And I’m sure I wasn’t the only hotel desk in the country she was banging while beta boyfriend pined away for her. Stews are nothing more than mobile sluts, screwing their way across the country or world out of sight of boyfriend, hubby, or mom, back home. Women can’t be trusted, period.

  2. “The result is that she’ll keep doing braindead menial work at 40,000 feet, hitting 30, 40, 50, 60 on the way. (One of the stewardesses on my flight looked as if she was in her early 60s.)”

    The fake air is horrible on planes. Very dehydrating.
    I never noticed until last week when I went on an almost 10 hour flight. I very rarely get dry skin, but that day I needed hand creme and iI was paying attention to drink more water than usual.

    “If you don’t have to pay for it yourself, the value for money that airline provides is quite something.”
    True that. “I’ll take the steak for the main course, thanks M’am” hehehe

    1. “The fake air is horrible on planes. Very dehydrating.” And the water is often – not great. A real 1-2 punch.

  3. Believe it or not, this is the same reason I chose to not reenlist in the military, and also why my brother chose to end his trucking days and he actually hired another driver to drive his truck while he has gone on to work a regular 9 to 5 job. And we’re men, and yet we saw ourselves about to hit a proverbial wall head on. Why? We want families, a wife and kids, a dog, a nice house in a safe neighborhood, a hot meal, a hot shower, the possibility of taking a family vacation to Disneyland, etc. At some point the partying has to end for everyone.

    The sad part is, at least men can be fertile way into their 70s, even if seeing a pensioner holding his newborn son may not be the best idea. Not with women. And at least, the way I see it, men are programmed to live beyond the concepts of “romance”, aka, one night stands. Not women it seems. Thanks to sexual liberation, these women are programmed to slut it up in the hopes that Chad will finally propose after a night of hot sex way into their 40s and 50s, thus ruining their chance to have a family.

  4. As a longtime reader I’m disappointed by this deteriorated writing, bad information, and attitude.

    ““If you don’t have to pay for it yourself, the value for money …”

    “Pilots earn very well.”
    Bad grammar, and wrong. When unions were strong, pilots were paid well. But now they literally get paid like taxi drivers, because too many young guys think it is glamorous. Old captains with 10,000 hours of flight time in large military aircraft make decent money.

    When airline fares were regulated, airlines competed by hiring hot stewardesses for business travelers. Being a “waitress in the sky” pays poorly, but gives free travel. It’s fun job for a young adventurer, a gay guy, or an empty-nester who wants to explore the world.

    1. 1) You should look up the definition of oxymoron before using it. Here are two examples: black milk, virgin whore.

      2) The sentence you quote was supposed to be humorous. What is the VFM of something you get for free? We could of course discuss this now in detail, but I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you don’t have Asperger’s.

      3) The sentence you object to is grammatically correct.

      4) Lufthansa pilots are very highly paid. Look it up! The situation for commercial pilots in the US may be different.

      5) When used as an adjective, the correct form is “deteriorating”. See, I can be a prick, too.

    2. “Pilots earn very well.”
      Bad grammar, and wrong.

      The leading grammar checker says you’re wrong Mister Wiseass.

      Go to and check yourself, in fact if you try to write it differently it detects an error and suggest you change it back to “very well”.

    3. I hope the irony is not lost on KL that his comment to my supposedly grammatically incorrect sentence is far from being correct.

    4. “Black milk” is not an oxymoron. Milk is white, true, but it’s not white *by definition* – it’s white because it is.

    5. I don’t think I follow. “Black milk” is an oxymoron because milk is not black. Milk is something concrete. Of course, feel free to come up with an abstract concept that has certain features by definition and then construct an oxymoron based on that definition. That does not change anything in the end, though.

  5. I already noticed the decline in beauty. And the increasingly older aged women. Asian airlines are better in this regard. The airlines from western countries are mostly served by post wall women. China airlines still has some hot girls. As for the slut factor. It shouldn’t be a surprise that women far away from home fuck around. This is why women saying they like to travel should be a red flag. They all screw around when they dont have to take responsibility for it. If your girlfriend ever comes with the idea of travelling alone with her female friends. You should dump her on the spot. Women have this crazy idea that screwing outside their home town doesn’t count. If you want know if a woman had more cock then she’s telling. Ask about her travel experience. Every trip you can ad more cocks to her list.

  6. Ironically,the crazy woman(who was cheating on her doormat boyfriend. they are still together via a long distance relationship. Lord only knows what she’s doing behind his back,lol)I ghosted in the past ended up becoming a stewardess now.

    Man,the more I look back,the more I realize how lucky I am to have avoided such a nasty bullet.

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