Blossom Suffered Great Hardship At The Hands Of United Airlines Over Her Carry-On

February 12, 2019 / Posted by:

Have you ever been to the airport and things didn’t go as smoothly as you’d hoped? Yes? Me too! Oh my god, we have so much to talk about! Don’t you just hate it when you’re flying first class and your flight’s delayed and the gate agent won’t let your enormous carry-on have its own seat but lets other ECONOMY people on the plane with their carry-on bags that actually do fit in the little sizer thing? All because they either hate women or your TV show for which you get paid $450,000 per episode? What are you supposed to do, check your precious bag like a commoner? It’s so unfair, isn’t it? I don’t know about you but I can super relate to the plight endured by Mayim Bialik at the hands of her oppressor, United Airlines, as she tried to make a connecting flight to Houston.

It’s not about entitlement, or poor time management, or packing too many dildos in your carry-on: “This is about humanity”. With a tale that would pull even the most hardened heartstrings, Blossom #tooktotwitter and #ignitedinstagram in order to put United on blast for making her ALMOST miss her connection.

While I’m not sure if she’s hired a human rights attorney yet, Blossom has laid out the groundwork for a landmark civil rights rights case.

According to a lengthy explanation she posted on Instagram, which includes a picture of her “little suitcase” that was expanded to its maximum capacity, Blossom complained that the “lady stewardess” made her look like a “prima donna” because she shouted out, “I have a first class seat!” (she claims she only meant that her bag could have her seat, she would be willing to sit anywhere). She suggested that “maybe she hates women who look like they’re going to cry” or that “maybe she hates the Big Bang theory”, which, it’s a yes to both of those for me, so I get it. She also complained that running through the airport aggravated her asthma, broke her bag, and her feelings got hurt because the “lady stewardess” didn’t say she was sorry.

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Ok @united airlines. i know I barely made my connecting flight. But I made it despite your delays making me late. And you turned me away as you let 5 other people on from my connecting flight because I had a carry on suitcase. They had carry ons too. I understand everything was shut but that lady stewardess didn’t have to shut the boarding door like she did in my face without even saying she was sorry. Or with 7 min left she could have made a small effort to try harder since she said there were “plenty of seats open.” Maybe she hates the Big Bang theory. Maybe she was having a bad day. Maybe she hates women who look like they’re going to cry. Now my suitcase is broken from running so hard and aggressively, my asthma is super angry and random people think I’m a prima donna because as she shut the door I said “I have a first class seat!” I didn’t mean I deserve it more, I meant can my suitcase sit in my first class seat and I’ll sit anywhere else? Not a good day for me and @united .

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I took screenshots of all this because I thought she might take it all down when she realized how her story of woe might come off to every single person who has ever flown on a commercial airline and understands how rules work. But then I remembered that she’s about to be out of work and is probably feeling extra put out because she’s finally about to experience life as destitute nobody (if she spent all her Big Bang money on that traveling dildo case). So no, she probably won’t take it down. Her story must stand as testament to our collective humanity.

Pic: Instagram

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