If a flight attendant uses certain 'secret codes' around you, it means they find you attractive 10 months ago

If a flight attendant uses certain 'secret codes' around you, it means they find you attractive

Next time you're on a flight, pay very close attention to the flight attendants.

If you ever hear a flight attendant use the phrase, "I really fancy six days in Denmark," you need to immediately suss out who's sitting in seat 6D.

They're probably very, VERY good looking.

A former flight attendant called 'James' has told Australian radio show Kyle & Jackie O about the tricks he and his colleagues used to employ in order to talk about their passengers without them realising it.

James told the show how, if someone attractive was sitting in seat 7A, the phrase would become "I'd love to do seven days in America" and so on, and so forth.

"Obviously when we are in the cabin and we are doing the drinks we can't just be like 'Oh doll check him out. You have to be subtle about it," he said.

"Because everyone knows their seat numbers, so we’re on the cart and he’ll be like, 'I’m thinking of doing seven days in America… being 'seat 7A'.


"And I’ll be like, 'yeah, I could do seven days in America!'"

He also revealed how flight attendants show how they don't like someone.

"If a flight attendant ever says to you 'I’ll be right back,' we don't like you... and then you just 'forget,'" he added.

If he was feeling particularly lazy, or hungry, or just not bothered, James would come up with a pretty disgusting (yet genius) way to avoid serving a customer.

"I used to have a trick every time I went from one end of the plane to the other to eat my lunch someone would always ask me something. And I'm just like I just want to eat my lunch!

"So I used to have a trick I'd put a can of coke in a sick bag put a rubber glove on and then walk through the cabin so it looks like I'm holding vomit — no one asked me for a thing."