Dear Flight Attendant,
In case you didn't realize, whispering to be heard from 3 feet away, at 22000 feet above sea level means you have to speak more loudly than you would in a quiet room. That "confidential" complaining about a fellow passenger? Not as secret as you thought it was.
The passenger in 21C
Dear Fellow passenger,
That gas you're trying to suppress? Yeah, it's not working. Your ass smells something horiible. Okay, so yes, I'm in the aisle seat. I prefer to sit here so that I can get up and go to the bathroom easily. However, I assure you that I do not mind AT ALL getting up and allowing you access the aisle to use the lavatory.
You know what? I actually ENCOURAGE you to stand up and move out of your seat, down the aisle and into said lavatory. No really. I don't mind.
The passenger in 21C.
I wonder if it's rude to ask the person next to me if he needs to use the lavatory. I mean, any more rude than farting all the way from Boston to Chicago? It seems this is a recurring theme, so there should be some manners policy on it.