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The Drinking Game Everyone Should Play at the Airport at Least Once

NOTICE, there needs to be a lot of whiskey for this one.

Every time any of these things happen while traveling, take a swig. Props if you manage to get on the plane1.

  • It is a 6 A.M. flight.
  • Better yet, it is a red-eye flight. Hooray!
  • There is traffic to the airport.
  • The taxi to the airport costs $100.
  • There is a long line at check-in.
  • You left your ID at home.
  • There is a long line at security.
  • Your carry-on is weighed.
  • The flight is delayed.
  • The flight is cancelled.
  • You miss your flight.
  • The agent has bumped you from your seat.
  • You are sitting in a middle seat.
  • The agent has bumped you from the flight.
  • You miss your layover.
  • There is no space in the overhead bin.
  • You sit on the tarmac for 50 minutes.
  • You hate tweet at the airline from the tarmac.
  • The in-flight entertainment system is broken.
  • The passenger behind you is b*tching about the seat reclining.
  • Your boyfriend or girlfriend has just broken up with you mid-flight. Great timing?
  • The bathroom is full, there are five people in line and there are six hours left in the flight.
  • Someone couldn’t pee correctly in the bathroom.
  • There is no free booze in sight.
  • The passenger next to you goes free willy and takes off his shoes.
  • You are trapped in between two of the biggest people you’ve ever seen in your life.
  • That’s the most terrible $10 roast beef sandwich you’ve ever had.
  • You pay for the water.
  • A nearby seatmate won’t shut up or stop talking.
  • Your phone just ran out of battery.
  • And so did your iPad.
  • And your laptop! BYE ENTERTAINMENT
  • You need to barf and there’s no barf bag in the seat back pocket.
  • There is a screaming baby somewhere in the vicinity.
  • Actually, the screaming baby is YOUR baby.
  • The mobile boarding pass randomly disappears off your phone.
  • Something is stolen from your luggage.
  • Someone takes your bag by mistake.
  • Your luggage is lost.
  • There’s nothing left but the clothes left on your back.
  • You didn’t buy insurance for this flight.
  • There is a line for the taxi once you arrive.
  • The taxi line takes you for a “drive around town.”
  • You get to finally where you need to be.

1 footnote

  1. Please do not consume alcohol if you are under the age of 21 or pregnant. Consult your local and onboard drinking laws.
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