Posted by: mamamamahoney | March 6, 2009

The Teeter Totter

You know when you are about to land in a plane, the stewardesses tell you to return your seats to their upright position?  I’m convinced that this is not for your safety, but rather the life of the seats in the plane.  This morning, I had what I like to call the Teeter Totter seat on the bus.  That is the seat that you sit in thinking it is fine and at the first stop the bus driver makes, you fly into the lap of the passenger behind you because you realize your seat does not lock into position (and this seat sucks worse than any of the seats in the 5 seater back row!). I often see passengers just push up the seat in front of them without using the button when it has been left reclined.  Obviously, if this gets done enough, the seat will no longer hold its position.  Teeter totters belong in parks people.  Not on the bus.  Return your seat to its upright position before exiting, so I don’t wind up sitting in your lap on our next bus trip!  Pleasant commuting!

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  1. Ahhh, excellent advice my dear. Will remember.


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