You just finished a 6-hour flight from New York to Los Angeles.
It's about to happen again.
They're going to walk away.
They're going to disappear into the airport masses and you'll never see them again.
(Well, you might see them at baggage claim. But, other than that, you'll never see them again.)
Another missed connection.
Another reason why you'll be single forever...
Delta Air Lines was tired of seeing their passengers go through this heartbreak, so they rolled out promotional Diet Coke napkins that helped people out a bit. All you had to do was write your phone number on the napkin and slip it to the hottie you wanted so badly to talk to. (You know, the one that was sitting across the aisle that you joked with for a second while putting away your carry-on, but then didn't get to talk to at all because put their noise cancelling headphones on right when the babies on both sides of them starting screaming because of the altitude change? Yea, that's the one.)
Wouldn't you know it, people lost their heads over it...
How does it hurt you?
Sure, if the person is super creepy and inappropriate, then it makes sense that you wouldn't want the attention. But, odds are that a creep will be a creep whether they have a helpful napkin or not.
When it comes to most people, this is just a harmless, possibly flattering, little promotional event.
But, since people got all offended, Delta apologized and removed the napkins.
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