Airport trips can be such a hassle with all the formalities and the thousand reasons a flight can get delayed. But it doesn’t stop your loved ones from unleashing their irritation on you while they wait for you outside the airport. Such an experience was faced by aviation expert, Sanjiv Kapoor, who took to Twitter to share a glimpse of his conversation with wife.
On March 16, the senior advisor at Alton Aviation Consultancy posted a hilarious exchange with his wife on Whatsapp informing her about his arrival time and what followed afterwards his flight was delayed.
Kapoor was flying out of Kolkata and asked his wife to send the driver at 12 noon to pick him up as his flight was on time. The screenshot shows his wife replied “ok” and added, “I will be in car so be on time.” Kapoor, in a cheeky response, wrote, “Will tell pilot.”
Read the chat here:
The funny chat garnered more than 9000 likes. The tweet went viral and left Twitter in splits. Some users commented “been there” as some joked saying “he liked living dangerously.”
I see that you like living dangerously! — Pranjal (@pranjals) March 16, 2021
One woman wrote she could imagine the wife’s expression after she read the message.
I can only imagine her facial expression after she read this message ( in the notifications )— Sporshita Goswami (@sporshi) March 16, 2021
Another amused user called the reply “borderline brutal.”
That's borderline brutal. — tOMMY (@tommy_bytes) March 16, 2021
Many pointed that this situation is in every household.
Ghar ghar ki kahani— Durba Ghosh (@DurbaGhosh) March 16, 2021
One user ‘dared him’ to share the wife’s response. A woman replied that she hopes he has his helmet on when he lands.
the last message was not read so I hope you have your helmet on when you land !— Protima Rodrigues (@PEyogagirl) March 16, 2021
Later, another tweet was made by Kapoor informing of his whereabouts after his flight landed “slightly later than indicated.” He says a dog kennel was his new home. “Landed slightly later than I had indicated. This is my new home,” read the caption.
The tweet attracted more amusing comments from fellow Twitter users.
A man asked if his new home was because of the pilot or the tweet, while another stated he was lucky to be inside the compound.