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Old 03-09-11, 11:24 AM
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Originally Posted by The Historian View Post
I never had to buy two seats even when I was 400 pounds. But again, I never flew Southwest.
Granted, it started with Southwest and some other airlines followed suit (don't know which ones...don't care).
If you can physically fit into one of those torturously small seats...more power to you.
Most my weight is in my hips and butt so it is not easy (maybe even possible) for me to wedge myself in.
Nope...more comfortable all around (no pun intended) if I have two seats.
Now, perhaps when I lose 100lbs....

By the in the world did you fit in a single airline seat at 400lbs???
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