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  • Aisle

    14 24.14%
  • Window

    38 65.52%
  • Middle seat like a weirdo

    1 1.72%
  • Don't care

    3 5.17%
  • Other?

    2 3.45%
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  1. #61
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    I've only been on a plane twice. Both flights were recently. I was toying with my fear of heights, but figured I *had* to aim for a window seat both ways. Best choice ever.
    Of all the times I'd spoken with people about planes prior, no one ever mentioned just how amazing and surreal the view is.
    Think I'll always be game for the window seat :p
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    I am so happy to have an unpopular preference. It makes it easier for you to get what you want.

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    ^ my hubs feels the same as you. Plus I think tall men in general prefer the aisle, as you are a little less cramped.
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    I had a dream that me and my room mates were on a plane and flying over Cincinnati and all of a sudden the plane was going under over passes and only going 50 mphs, and my room mate was like if the plane crashes we can go home and take a nap.
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Window seat FTW! Take-offs, landing, going through the clouds, I love it! I prefer a seat just behind the wing so I can check out the engine and flaps.
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    Another good thing about the window seat besides the view is you can lean against the wall.
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    Previously i've booked my seat to be by the window (i adore the views). However i've recently booked a flight and i haven't chosen my seat this time. I'm leaving it all to chance. Might sit next to my future husband or some fat slob who likes to amass the entire arm rest. Ever the optimist though
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    Window seat is better. The aisle seat is very claustrophobic. I had to sit in an aisle seat recently. People who are waiting for the bathroom tend to stand next to me and their bodies are in my space, which makes me uncomfortable. I prefer to be away from all of that traffic. Even the middle seat is better.
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    Window seat allows me to dream, look at the clouds, see the world so far below like I am playing Katamari, and allows me to brace myself for when the plane crashes I can watch our descent with horrifyingly accurate imagery.

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    How is this a question?

    Window seat all the way...you can sleep comfortably leaning on something other than that super uncomfortable seat, you can look outside at all the cool things below, what do you get when you don't sit there? Nothing, just crowded people sitting forever. It sucks.

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