January 24th, 2010

floating

I'm not even sure why this is appealing

On one hand: points for coming up with an original business plan. On the other hand, do we really need a business who's sole existence is so people can have sex in a plane a mile above Atlanta?

Honestly, what gets me is that they let you keep the sheet. I understand why the company lets you keep the sheet. They don't want to reuse it. Or even have people think that they reuse the sheets. No one wants to pay almost $400 to have sex on sheets someone else has had sex on.

But really, what are you going to do with a sheet you had sex on in a plane? Put it on your bed (which begs the question, is it a standard size)? Use it as a dish rag? Hang it up as a conversation piece? It just seems odd to me.

Then again, the company gives you a certificate saying you've joined the mile high club. I'm not sure I would have that hanging on my wall either.