Is this kind of PDA ever OK?
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are typically pretty private about their romance, so it might have come as a surprise to some of their fellow plane passengers on a flight en route to Los Angeles that the two couldn’t stop making out. Is this something you should ever do in public?
New photos and a first-hand, detailed account of the turbulent 2010 session have just been released. A fellow passenger sitting behind them in business class on the departing flight from Montreal said the couple was allegedly making out for “half the trip.”
“They kissed a lot and they were holding hands,” the sky-high spy said. “They seemed very close. They played games together on [an] iPad. Robert was reading a script. Kristen listened to music.”
Now, given, it’s R-Patz and K-Stew, and we love them. But an in-flight, non-stop PDA is not OK. That flight is six hours long, and if we’re to take the passenger on his word, the couple canoodled for three hours.
Think about it this way: would you want to see someone else sucking face for three hours? Especially if you were in a seat across the aisle or inches away from them? What if you were sitting in front and could hear it? Right. So please, don’t you be that person.
I love couples that hold hands and occasionally cuddle in the air. I think they’re adorable. But a straight-up long-lasting make-out session is a different story. It’s gross and rude.
When I see a couple making out on the street, I think, ‘get a room.’ Well, on a plane, only the bathroom is available. And unless you plan on joining the mile-high club, please, curb your air-born enthusiasm.