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Flying can be enjoyable as you watch the world below shrink as you ascend above the clouds. It can also be difficult and a fair test of one's patience. If this writer has any flight advice it would be one—even though it looks appetizing don't eat the airport sushi during a layover.

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Why do we try to be sketchy when it comes to what we plan to travel with? The things we assume we can get away with in a post-9/11 world is astonishing. Being an airport security person has got to often be hilarious. You rummage through someone'e private bits as part of your job, it's suppose to be routine and then the next thing you know.... scandal honey! There are just somethings better left as a carry-on.

Redditor u/xyvulkin wanted all the airport people to tell us some secrets by asking.... Airport Security Workers of Reddit, what's the weirdest but still legal thing you found in someone's bag?
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Image by Jan Vašek from Pixabay

For some people, airports can be the bane of their existence. Being trapped in a high security building for extended periods of time without the freedom of leaving, paired with the stress of keeping up with the ever changing plane schedules can be exhausting. There is certainly room for improvement here, and these Redditors have some solid ideas.

u/SpecialEffectStevie asked: What would you actually change about airports?

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Photo via Chrissy Teigen/Instagram

Chrissy Teigen seems to have bad luck with flying and airports.

After documenting several instances of insanely long flights or flights that literally go nowhere, she gave us every travel tip in her book when she spent 16 hours at London-Heathrow Airport and decided she "lived" there.

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