There is a lot to gripe about when it comes to the state of air travel in this day and age.
Something once seen as an affluent and modern form of travel that required men to don their best suits and gave the job title of "flight attendant" an air of international glamour now seems trite and dirty.
And, while airlines gouge passengers by overcharging for every possible amenity, the TSA gropes and prods -- making every trip to the airport about as fun as ... well, as a trip to the airport.
But, now there's a new kitty complaint.
That's right -- Taiwanese-based Eva Air has just rolled out a Hello Kitty-themed airline. The Japanese cartoon cat adorns the planes, the napkins, the check-in kiosks, the flight attendant uniforms ... everything.
We're not sure why anyone would want to fly on airplane that looks like it was decorated by an obsessed 10-year-old girl, but, now, people traveling between Taipei, Fukuoka, Narita, Sapporo, Incheon, Hong Kong and Guam will have that option.
Now, the gals at Glittarazzi think this is the cat's meow.
But, us guys? We've already put in a request for a travel budget to test out the Hello Kitty travel experience -- because we can already imagine ourselves in a Hello Kitty-painted plane, rocking back and forth in turbulence that makes us puke up the Hello Kitty sushi we just ate ... into a Hello Kitty airsick bag ... while Hello Kitty cartoons play ... on the Hello Kitty TV on back of the Hello Kitty-decorated seat in front of us.
Don't believe us? Visit http://evakitty.evaair.com.
VIDEO: Introducing "Hello Kitty" Airlines
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