Washington Post Survey: 10% Of Flyers Have Sex

According to the results of a questionable questionnaire by the newspaper, that percentage of air travelers do the dirty deed in airports and/or in flight. If the report isn’t an intentional joke, we presume that includes flying seniors who succeed in getting lucky quickies.

Of course, Post readers may have misunderstood the questions, and consider getting financially screwed by ever-rising airline fares to be a sexual experience. Additionally, some may also believe being crotch-frisked by horny security guards is considered an erotic encounter.

Most likely all qualifiers for the mile-high club who’ve actually done the dirty deed in flight are crew members. They can seek out cozy private spaces aboard to congregate. However, passengers, especially brittle-boned seniors crammed into cramped economy seats and with no privacy, may have to be content with just an in-flight erotic dream.

Bologna, Italy: Enjoy Fantastic Repast At Foodie Theme Park PDF Print E-mail

The Northern Italian attraction, now celebrating its second year, is home to a wonderland that rivals Disney. Instead of rides and games, Eataly features ethnic foods and wines that are as exciting as a roller coaster ride or parachute jump.

The park on the outskirts of the city has developed from a wholesale market to a welcoming adult dining playground featuring 45 expert Italian food and wine purveyors. It includes  a movie house, scheduled demonstrations and samplings, as well as surrounding gardens. Make your next trip to Italy to try some Bolognese favorites, including yucca tortilli,  prosciutto di sauris, torta mimosa and many, many others. Admission is free.

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