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Wendy Williams Explains How to Handle the Kardashians

Wendy Williams Explains How to Handle the Kardashians

‘Jetiquette’ is a ‘Hot Topic’

Wendy Williams has some surprisingly useful advice for air-travelers dealing with annoying inflight behavior from other passengers including the Kardashians.

#KUWTK

On the January 30th broadcast of The Wendy Williams Show, Ms. Williams shared selected tweets from Kourtney Kardashian’s Twitter-tirade that were sent out by Khloe on a flight from Mexico to Los Angeles after another passenger on her flight asked Kourtney’s children to cover their mouths while sneezing and coughing.

Scott and Khloe at LAC

Scott and Kourtney work their way through LAX

Hands Off!

It often turns very touchy when someone steps in to discipline another person’s children, but rather than use this as a very valuable ‘Jetiquette’ teaching moment; Kourtney struck back publicly in an effort to stir up support from her followers. Nobody does social like the “K” Klan.

The tweet from Khloe about rude people who corrected her angels

The tweet from Khloe about rude people who corrected her angels

 

Kourtney also found a second to plug the family’s chachki shop in Las Vegas. “It’s a must see if you want a good laugh” says one of our loyal readers. You’ll find an endless supply of Kardashian mugs, beach towels and other merchandise they’ve whipped up from Vistaprint.

Off topic, but if you want a belly laugh-- stop in to see this disaster of a store in Las Vegas

Off topic, but if you want a belly laugh– stop in to see this disaster of a store in Las Vegas

 

Free Falling

Kourtney quickly found out that her followers had left her on her own to deal with this one. One follower even called her stupid.

Not all of Khloe's followers are so quick to back her up!

Not all of Khloe’s followers are so quick to back her up!

Wendy’s Got Jetiquette

Who knew that Wendy Williams would come up with such a useful tip to “diplomatically” deal with rudeness taking place nearby on airplanes? Here is her advice:

  1. Rather than speak directly to the offender, talk about how shocked you are about their behavior to your seatmate. Make it loud enough so that the offender (parents of the offenders in this case) can clearly hear you.
  2. Wait for results to take place– repeat if necessary.
  3. Be ready to make direct eye contact with the offender. Hold strong stare until the message is solidified.
  4. Go back to stirring and enjoying your cocktail.

How do you feel about dealing with rudeness in flight?

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