If you had a choice, on a 12 hour flight who would you want sitting next to you?

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View Poll Results: If you had a choice, on a 12 hour flight who would you want sitting next to you?
Jennifer Lopez 26 10.24%
Harrison Ford 9 3.54%
Dalai Lama 96 37.80%
Ben Affleck 4 1.57%
Ozzy Osbourne 23 9.06%
Yoko Ono 12 4.72%
Pierce Brosnan 11 4.33%
Aishwarya Rai 46 18.11%
Salman Rushdie 27 10.63%
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#1 Dec 24th, 2002, 05:28
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If you had a choice, on a 12 hour flight who would you want sitting next to you? (why?)
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Talking Hmmm...

Personally I prefer blondes, so I guess that I'm stuck with the Dalai Lama
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#3 Dec 24th, 2002, 20:20
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Rushdie for the conversation, a Kevlar west as fatwa protection..
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I chose Yoko--probably the skinniest and least talkative -- and no one would be pestering her for autographs!
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Ozzy!! Hands down, Ozzy!
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Ozzy!! Hands down, Ozzy!


Even though I spent a good part of my youth memorizing all of the Black Sabbath songs (till this day I could still recite all the lyrics and play drums for all of them), I chose Aishwarya Rai just because she would probably be watching her weight and would pass on the desert during the in-flight meal and offer it to me.

Two Tapioca puddings are always better than one.

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I'm with m2 on this one--whoever is the smallest and least talkative. I'm much too shy to enter in to a deep conversation with someone I don't know, so their fame would be wasted on me. I've met the Dalai Lama already, do you think he'd remember me?
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and i figured the dalai lama would be the least talkative!
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I picked Mr. Lama as well - I have a significant fear of flying, and I thought that sitting next to him would a) calm me down, and b) help keep things in perspective!

Also, he laughs a lot. Lots and lots and lots. So I'm thinking we could just laugh our way through the flight, which, for me, is much better than watching, for instance, XXX, which is what I saw during my last 12-hour flight!
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Jennifer Lopez! If I picked anyone else I'd be outta my mind! She's still Jenny from the block. She's approachable. No, she's not outta my league.

I'd pick Ozzy as a distant second. There are things to learn from that guy.

If I sat next to Pierce Bronson, I wonder how many times I could fart in ten hours...

The Dalai Lama would be great but I'd feel like a miserable moron afterwards. I mean, how could you not?

Oh, wait. I didn't see that name... oh, if I should change my vote. I should read things more closely. Aishwarya Rai?! Goodness me. I've seen her on a TV interview in Delhi. We've all seen her in movies or taped to someone's wall/auto-rickshaw/shop/whatever. Just last week I was given three posters of her. Here's the problem: She's so absolutely beautiful that I can't even STAND to look at her anymore. I mean it drives me up the wall. She's too much. It's beyond belief.
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I voted for Salman Rushdie, but I would of rather voted for a handsome Indian guy or Russel Crow..but those choices were not offered.
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Dalai Lama - no hassles sitting next to him, it would be extremely restful. Would he be meditating? Hopefully, he would be meditating.
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A pedestrian response

An attractive female looking for a traveling companion.
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the prince of darkness!!

I had to go for ozzie the most interesting human being on offer,
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Once I flew back to europe from Chennai or Mumbai, jumbo jet filled with Indian students heading for their study in England and/or America. Never been surrounded by so much beauty, so many old gay man's dreams...they all enjoyed their sound sleep, leaving me to ponder on what life's all about...a big melancholic smile all over my face, awake untill BA landed us safely on Heathrow, where my connection to Amsterdam brought me back to reality (which is not so bad actually, haha)...
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