Coffee, Tea or Me?

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Penguin, Jun 3, 2003 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Remember when flying was glamorous and sexy, even fun? When airline food was gourmet, everyone dressed up for a flight, and stewardesses catered to our every need-at least in our imaginations? This classic memoir by two audaciously outspoken young ladies, who lived and loved the free-spirited stewardess life, jets you back to those golden days of air travel-from the captain who's as subtle as a 747 when he's on the make to the passenger who mistakes the overhead luggage rack for an upper berth; from the names of celebrities who were a pleasure to serve (and some surprising notables on the "bad guy" list) to the origins of some naughty stereotypes-Spaniards are the best lovers, actors the most foul-mouthed. This huge bestseller, a First Class jet-age journal, offers a hilarious gold mine of outrageous anecdotes from the high-flying and amorous lives of those busty, lusty, adventuresome young women of the swinging '60s known as "stews."
 

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User Review  - Greymowser - LibraryThing

Sonya reminded me I had read this book way in the past. I remember my eyes bugging out during the read and chuckling over what was then a little 'tsk-tsk.' Read full review

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User Review  - gecizzle - LibraryThing

This book is very misleading. When I read the title of this book, I expected a bunch raunchy sluts banging guys left and right. I expected Sluts on a Plane. What I got was more like Little Miss Prissy ... Read full review

Contents

HOW THE BOOK CAME ABOUT
ALL GOOD THINGS MUST COME TO AN END OR MUST THEY?
GERMANS
AMERICANS
SPANIARDS
ENGLISHMEN
SCANDINAVIANS
IRISHMEN
ATHLETES
WRITERS
DOCTORS
NEWSPAPERMEN
MILITARY MEN
CIVIL SERVANTS
LAWYERS
MUSICIANS

RUSSIANS
PUBLIC RELATIONS MEN
ENGINEERS
TEACHERS
SUMMATION
Copyright

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Donald Bain, Jessica Fletcher’s longtime collaborator, is the writer of over eighty books, many of them bestsellers.

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