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We're Pretty Sure Jimmy Fallon Reads TravelPulse

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | October 09, 2015

We're Pretty Sure Jimmy Fallon Reads TravelPulse

Photo via The Tonight Show

Great minds think alike, which is our clever little segue into proving without a doubt that Jimmy Fallon adores TravelPulse.  

“The Tonight Show” host opened the proceedings on Thursday night with some chatter about his guests as well as thoughts on Donald Trump and Ben Carson.

However, when he was done cracking wise on the ongoing presidential campaign, he delved a bit into the realm of airline travel.

Here is a snippet of the monologue where at two minutes in Fallon gives us a few examples of what could have been had Airbus really let loose with their latest insane design:

Funny, that is the same subject we posted on Tuesday, taking Airbus to task for treating humans like pallets at Costco.  

As you see in the following tweet, this is precisely what the manufacturer has in store for passengers.

It’s actually only slightly more ridiculous than packing travelers into the cabin like some game of Tetris.

And really, isn’t that what the airline industry has been doing anyway for the past few decades?

Not done with airline travel, Fallon delved into the Chanel fashion show, which we also did this week.

Wouldn’t you know it; we covered this same thing on Wednesday.

We know what you are thinking, these are two popular stories and making jokes on them back-to-back is pure coincidence.

First, I am uninviting you to my super cool '90s-themed birthday party. And second, we choose to walk the path of the optimist, which is a gentle road that leads to happier days.

Yes, it’s safe to say that Fallon’s first order of business to start the day is checking up on TravelPulse, which is a wise decision if you ask me.


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