We all admire cabin crews. They're these perfect human beings who always seem beautiful, energetic, caring and helpful all the time. Not to mention, above all that, they still find time to keep fit and stay strong（゜◇゜）
We can't be them, but we can now learn a little a bit of their lingo thanks to these guys
and pretend we're that much closer to them.
So here's what your stewardess really means when she is saying:
To check and ensure all passengers' seat belts are fastened.
Children (•̀ᴗ•́)و ̑̑
A passenger who is flying on a business trip.
Passengers who crowd the gate before boarding. (I knew I was right not to do that! (｀⊥ ＾) )
Ladies who put on lipstick before landing. ( ˘ ³˘)
Passengers who board late, can't find a seat and end up spinning around to find a seat.
To indicate a plane that lands, bounces up and touches down again.
Working the village
Working at the economy class.