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And just like that, fall has arrived. And just like that, it's about time to consider buying 2012 calendars. This year, may we suggest skipping the bookstores for something you definitely won't find there: The Turbulence Calendar of Canadian Flight Attendants.
You read rightthis calendar is only featuring ladies who end their sentences with "eh?" and like to start the day at Tim Horton's. The calendar shoot recently took place in a cheap motel, to give the ladies that layover-chic look, we guess. There's no preview shots aside from the awkward one above, and the saucy background photo of their website.
The calendar won't hit the e-shelves until November and there's a few promo events where you can meet the models (and get their signatures, of course). Now we only wonder what lucky airline will get to honor of being Miss July.
Hey men, next time you fly with Canada's Air Transat, you might want to wear a cup over your junk, because if something happens to the family jewels while in flight, they will not be helping you out with your medical issues.
You see, a peculiar incident happened on a recent Air Transat flight between Montreal and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, when a male passenger in business class has some sort of accident with his scrotum, that caused some bleeding and pain. He panicked and asked the flight crew to look at his scrotum, as it was a medical emergency of sorts. Well, they understandably wouldn't, and instead handed him sanitary towels because they aren't freaking doctors.
It just gets better after the jump!
Model Coco Rocha, who probably doesn't try to carry all that on
This is the face of a girl bred from a family steeped in aviation. This is also the face of one of the top supermodels right now. It's Coco Rocha (yes, that's her real name), and she just "wrote" a New York Times article about how growing up onboard planes now makes her more nervous than ever to fly, although she's typically jaunting around the world weekly.
With an uncle who founded Canada's Air Transat, a mother who's an Air Canada flight attendant and other relatives in the airline industry, you'd think that Coco would be completely at ease at 35,000 feet. But growing up in cockpitsshe says that when she was young, she used to curl up and sleep in cockpits on long-haul flights her mom workedhas had the opposite effect on the supermodel. "But I was always afraid that I would bump my head on a button and wind up crashing the plane." "I just know too much," she says.