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Or tell the flight attendant, there's gotta be rules for that sort of problem. They won't make you sit there like that.

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Perhaps if you discretely tell the flight attendant they may be able to help you. I remember once on the reality show airplane, the flight attendant had to speak to a passenger who had a major BO problem.

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I wasn't trying to be funny. Depression kicks hard around this time if year, making caring hard. I'll take the well deserved downvotes.

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57 - or they can move OP if there's room. I was in violent pain on a plane ride home when I was 13 and they got me a row to myself so I could take the pain pills my uncle had given me and just sleep for the trip.

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Put a shower cap, something like that, on the person with lice is an idea. I'm sure this happened before on airplanes, the staff will find a way.

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Would you have preferred a man with a girly voice who smiled at you every time you gave him a death glare? Just asking, because you seem to have rather specific preferences.

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Because he didn't have a pair of scissors on him or a bottle of shampoo. That's really the only way to get the TSA's attention.

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Whenever I got lice as a little kid, my mom would pick each individual lice out of my hair. I hated sitting there without being able to move, but it was totally worth it. One of the worst feelings you can have are bugs crawling all over you and nesting on your scalp..

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I once got a kid back from surgery, and as I leaned over to listen to his chest, I glanced up and saw his very frisky crop of head lice. No one in the OR had noticed, even though part of the pre-op protocol was to put a paper hair cover on him. Seriously, the little buggers were jumping-I itched for the rest of my shift.

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