Air travel is a nightmare, people. Having just returned from an overseas flight last night, I can confirm that everything is ten thousand times worse than whenever you last succumbed to the whims of an airline company that purports to be ever so concerned with your comfort and safety. Departing high-on-the-idea-of-your-vacation fumes, you may be willing to let slide that somehow the lines for e-tickets, bag drops, security checks (replete with miserably bellowing TSA morons shuffling people through their arbitrary safety drills), class-separated, ass-backward plane loading, only to find your particular, already delayed jumbo-beast is fifteenth in line for take-off. But the return, especially if you’re traveling internationally, is practically insufferable. Like the cattle you have been trained to emulate, you maze your way through the airport bowels until finally, you meet the highly trained government agent who cannot even pronounce a five-lettered common name, but has the ceremonial stamp you need before you’re allowed to go wait an hour by the metal god who will poop out your battered luggage piece by piece, somewhere in between hundreds of disturbingly similar bags from three different planes — most of which (like yours) are identifiable only by the tattered strips of curly ribbon tied to their handles.
Oh, but this isn’t about me! (Whoops) This is about how the Pajiba 10 goddess who walks among us managed to entertain herself (and us) as she waited for her own plane to board.
This plane is taking a while to board. Fancy an #askHayley? Next 30 Q's I'll answer. Provided they are clean. 😉— Hayley Atwell (@HayleyAtwell) August 14, 2015
It’ll come as no surprise our Peggy has great taste in music:
Fellow actresses (and Pajiba 10-ers):
And, well…you know:
She likes the cool, “old skool” Disney rides:
And displays just the right amount of polite snark:
Her best prank?
And promises of more to come:
Finally, Hayley knows exactly what she — and we — want:
I don’t know about y’all, but I’ll be thinking about that the rest of today.