Monday, October 24, 2011

Another Monday Tradition

In addition to Monday being FOD, it also looks like the first day of the week is becoming 'personal massager' day.

Last Monday we had the story of a man injured by a flying dildo. This Monday we have a story about a woman with a vibrator in her suitcase who got a fan letter from the TSA.
(A passenger) recently flew from Newark to Dublin, and upon arrival found a very special personalized message from the TSA in her suitcase. Jill ... (says) that when she unpacked her bag this morning, she discovered a note scrawled on the official form from the TSA informing her that her bag had been inspected. "GET YOUR FREAK ON GIRL," it read.

Jill believes the personalized message has something to do with the contents of her suitcase, which included a silver bullet vibrator from Babeland. She says she brought that particular device "specifically because [she] figured it wouldn’t raise any red flags at TSA." Flags no, but something seems to have been raised.
It's nice to know our government is protecting us from ... what? ... women who pleasure themselves?

In any case, I don't think these particular types of 'bullets' are what we need to worry about...


JT said...

While I think the note is funny, clearly it shatters any illusions of privacy that we have when traveling. It is creepy to be forced to acknowledge that some stranger was pawing through your clothing, not to mention handling your 'personal massager'.

CenTexTim said...

I've found those TSA notices in my luggage a few times. While I wasn't traveling with a personal massager, it was still, as you said, a bit unnerving. I wonder what criteria they use to select the bags they check.