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That moment when boarding is complete. And the seat next to you is empty.
Work tip: stand up. Stretch. Take a walk. Go to the airport. Get on a plane. Never return.
Airports: the only place where drinking 8 AM is socially acceptable.
Running to the gate is my cardio.
That moment when you’re asked where you got something and you answer with the name of the country, not the name of the store.
A plane ticket is the answer. Who cares what the question is.
Go to work. Open computer. Scroll for plane tickets for 6 hours. Close computer. Go home.
Vacation calories don’t count.
If you look like your passport picture, you probably need a trip.
I wish I was a postcard. For under 1.5€ you can travel the world to any location in the world.
It’s bad manners to keep a vacation waiting.
I heard an airplane passing overhead. I wished I was on it.
Live a life you don’t need a vacation from.
Be afraid. And do it anyway.
I’ve got a crush on the world.
People having babies. And I'm like...what country am I going to next?
Physically I’m here. Mentally I’m in a pool in Bali ordering my third mojito.
Packs 2 hours before leaving for a trip. Unpacks 3 months after coming home.
Ironing boards are surfboards that gave up their dreams and got a boring job. Don’t be an ironing board.
Going on a trip. Need about 5 outfits. I’ve packed 35 just to be safe.
I need a holiday. And by “holiday” I mean I need to move away and find a job. On the beach. With cocktails.
You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy plane tickets, which is kind of the same thing.
I need 6 months of vacation. Twice a year.
Travelling is like a chocolate box. Don’t matter what you get. All is good.
You can’t make everyone happy. You are not a plane ticket.
I just want to travel the world, overspend at IKEA and drink coffee while cuddling puppies.
Me: I want to travel. My bank account: Like to the park?
Tripophobia (n.) The fear of not having any travel trips currently booked.
Do you ever stress about money and then accidentally book another flight?
All you need is love a passport.
I wish travel therapy was covered by my health insurance.
I’m a travel addict on the road to recovery. Just kidding. I’m headed to the airport.
Birds literally just eat, travel, and shit on things they don’t like. I don’t know about you, but that’s the lifestyle I’m striving for.
The temptation to go to the airport, buy a one-way ticket, leave the country and live on my own has never been so real.
I haven’t worn these pants since I bought them. I should definitely pack them for my 3-day vacation. Just in case.
Friend: Let’s go to Bora Bora. Me: Man, I wanna go, but I’m pora pora.
In desperate need of a full body massage, 4 days of sleep and a ticket to the Bahamas.
Me before vacation: "I’m going to be responsible with my money. This is a low budget trip. I’m gonna stay in a hostel and everything."Me on vacation: *orders fancy drinks, rides a camel, goes skydiving, buys souvenirs for the uncle’s new girlfriend and adopts an alpaca.*
Everyone is pregnant, engaged or getting married. I just wanna lose weight and travel.
Normal life: Wears the same top every day for a week. Packing for 3-day vacation: I’ll probably change a few times a day so I’ll take 21 tops.
Imagine falling in love with someone and then finding out they clap their hands when the plane lands.
Have you ever stopped to think, maybe travel is addicted to me?
Can we just skip to the part in my life where I travel the world?
Me getting ready for vacation: manicure and pedicure, buy new Sephora products, spray tan, get waxed, get hair done, work out for a month, live off kale and veggies, try on 30K swimsuits and cry in dressing rooms. Husband getting ready for vacation: packs a bathing suit, flip-flops, a T-shirt, and calls it a day.
Europeans: I drove 40 minutes to spend the weekend in Paris, then popped to Germany to visit family on the way home. Australians: I was in Queensland and drove for 18 hours. Now I’m still in Queensland.
My mom watches a special type of news program that only reports on horrible incidents happening in places I’m about to visit.
Why do airplane tickets have to so expensive?! having separate continents is so stupid.
By 35, if I’m not engaged or already starting a family, I declare myself the aunt who’s always travelling & comes to family events tipsy.
My favourite thing to pack on trips are all the clothes I never wear at home and then find fun, flirty and exciting ways to not wear them while I'm away.
One week into vacation - My body: "please, a vegetable." Me: "a croissant?" My body: "I'm begging you, a single leaf of kale." Me: "So another plate of chips?"
You've never felt true fear until your passport isn't where you think you left it.
The airport is a lawless place. 7 am? Drink a beer. Tired? Sleep on the floor. Hungry? Chips now cost 17$.
Travitude (n.) when you start to feel grump y and sassy cause you haven't travelled in a while.
If anyone is Christmas shopping for me, I wear a size 7-day Caribbean cruise.
TIP: You won't get the holiday blues if you just keep booking holidays.
Yeah, sex is great, but have you ever gotten to the airport with plenty of time to eat, pee, buy a magazine and bottle of water, have a beer, pee again and charge your phone?
Me thinking about how many flights I can book for the cost of a new Iphone XR.
There should be sympathy cards for having to go back to work after vacation.
I googled my symptoms. Turns out I just needed to go on a vacay.
I don't know much about planes, but I know that my watching the wing the entire flight makes sure things are nice and steady.
Me: I'm not going to overpack this time. Inner me: I need this. I will need that as well. I need everything.
Ladies, imagine this. It's 15 years from now, and you have no kids. You're the cool wine aunt that occasionally comes back to the country for a brief visit before leaving for another long exotic vacation. You have no commitments, and a suspicious amount of money.
Me travelling. Person: "Un Cafe?" Me: "Oui" Person: "Sucre" Me: "Non" Person: "You speak very good french" Me: "Gracias"
Holiday? Now that's a word I haven't heard in a long time.
Babies: cry all flight long. Fall asleep during landing.
How can people my age plan spontaneous trips to Thailand, I can barely afford a spontaneous soft pretzel.
Everyone should believe in something. I believe I should be on the beach drinking Margaritas.
All I want for Christmas is you forever vacation.
So, do I live out of a suitcase for the next month? Do I unpack just to repack again? Do I put my toothbrush back in the bathroom? I'm a visitor in my own house what the heck.
I love those days when my only decision is window or aisle.
Bank account nice and empty. Starting the new year on a clean slate.
A passport holder sounds like a great idea until you get to the airport and have to remove it 4 billion times.
I love when people say "just quit your job and travel." Taking an Uber from the bar to my home is the only travel I can afford.
When you're trying to save money for a house, but end up with a one-way ticket to some tropical island.
"Be right back..." Just running away from Monday and going straight to the airport.
"You can't buy happiness" Okay, explain travel then...
Watches Netflix happily. Remembers you need to pack. Watches Netflix stressfully.
I don't want a house. I just want to travel and pet a lot of dogs.
I need a reasonably paid job. Something like €2000 an hour. Nothing too wild.
I want to live in the world where searching for plane tickets burns calories.
Worrying you've accidentally packed 3 kilos of cocaine and a dead goat as you walk through "nothing to declare" at the airport.
Some people spend their life searching for "the one". I'm just searching for the one good travel deal.
I'm getting tired of waking up and not being at the beach.
Procrastapacking (n.) the act of thinking about packing a suitcase instead of actually doing it.
Don't speak the language. Already said 3 times "what". Now just smile and nod and hope for the best.
Should I book another flight to go abroad? Brain: no. Wallet: no. Mom: no. Dog: no. Universe: no...I think I'm gonna book the flight.
I love those days when my only decision is whether to go to the beach in the morning or in the afternoon.
What's that medical condition called where you constantly need to have a trip booked?
Me: triple checked packing list Also me: *forgets underwear, contact solution, and favourite chapstick*.
My favourite memory from childhood is my parents paying for my holidays.
I thought I wanted a career. Turns out I just want a paycheck to buy plane tickets.
Getting out of bed would be 10x easier if there was a Caribbean ocean and 30 degree weather waiting outside for you.
No one: Me on my way to work: If I quit my job now I can make it to the airport in 2 hours.
Work hard. Travel harder.
To be continued...