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Wednesday, 16 December 2009

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Usually it takes 10 years training and a PhD to do this

British Airways are looking for ways to avoid the planned 12 day cabin crew strike which is almost certain to occur over the Christmas period.

Other groups of employees, such as pilots and engineers, are not striking. It is only the "trolley dollies" who have taken action, which is unusual as cabin crew are not usually known for having such a diva-like attitude.

One of the plans BA are considering is to hire people trained in the highly skilled field to replace the crew over the festive period. Prospective workers must be able to distribute free food and drinks, stand at the front of the plane and point to the exits, and suck the pilot's cock during the flight.

BA have begun to fill the potential positions already, and have recently hired 74 lipstick-wearing monkeys who have offered to work for peanuts.

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