• (nodebb)

    If you don't want to pay for a professional installation, I'm sure you can always find a handyman who's willing to do it out of the goodness of his heart.

  • Little Bobby Tables (unregistered) in reply to Mr. TA

    His heart may not be the body part you should be concerned about.

  • (nodebb)

    The last one reminded me of an oddity in iOS way far back in the day. Something or other that I don't remember exactly what it was would trigger a similar box. In English, it offered Undo and Cancel, but in French, both of these use the same word, which made it far more amusing, since there was no way to tell which one was Undo, and it mattered.

  • (nodebb) in reply to Little Bobby Tables

    I agree, hands are more important.

  • doubting_poster (unregistered)

    750 dollars to install a sex toy? That better come with "additional services"!

  • Katie C. (unregistered)

    'Bland' is actually a medical diet, so it's nice that it's being offered. I was on one for a while due to stomach issues, and it was pretty much impossible to find options outside of my own home.

  • Shannon (unregistered)

    "Bland meal" isn't a WTF, there are people who dislike flavour so much that they prefer bland food, some airlines really offer it as an option.

  • Chris (unregistered)

    The fire routes thing looks like a less-than-standard PDF maker messing things up.

  • (nodebb)

    Bland meals are sometimes required for medical purposes. See, for example, https://medlineplus.gov/ency/patientinstructions/000068.htm.

  • Doofang DeLoshming (unregistered)

    The last one is in the Amazfit Bip app, and yes I have one, and yes I have seen this dialog too ... at least the watch is okay.

  • Karsten Bock (github) in reply to Chris

    And the ones putting it up not caring (Not getting paid enough to care) );

  • Scott (unregistered)

    What airline is Josh flying that he still gets offered a meal? Next thing you know, he'll tell us that he didn't have to pay extra for baggage.

    One of the ways USA != #1...

  • Anonymous Cryptoanalyst (unregistered)

    I guess the real WTF is using ROT3 instead of the industry-standard ROT13 to encrypt the text. Or is that a Belgian thing?

  • TheRealWTF (unregistered)

    The real WTF is mm/dd/yyyy. ISO8601 or death.

  • Benjamin (unregistered)

    All joking aside, in fact it's not the airlines' fault that food tastes bland, it's a product of the environment.

    "Fraunhofer's experiments involved replicating cabin conditions, including the 10 to 15 percent humidity level that’s standard on airplanes. Those levels dry out your nose and mouth, diminishing your sense of taste. Add to that the low pressure, which decreases oxygen levels in your blood, thus dulling odor and taste receptors, and the appeal of a strongly flavored beverage like tomato juice starts to make more sense."


  • (nodebb) in reply to Scott

    What airline is Josh flying that he still gets offered a meal?

    Try flying long haul.

  • WTFGuy (unregistered) in reply to Karsten Bock

    @Karsten Bock - Or not speaking any of the local languages. Gibberish is only recognizably gibberish if you can read it.

  • I dunno LOL ¯\(°_o)/¯ (unregistered)

    What? No comments about "Applying customer-supplied grout"?

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