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Courtesy of @ Ducksauz / Twitter
Delta Airlines decided it was a good idea to distribute Diet Coke napkins to encourage everyone to do so to flirt with their fellow travelers, and now they apologize for that. And thank goodness for that, because honestly that was weird, I'm talking I do not think I'm alone in the fact that I do not want to attract some kind of attention when I'm flying . Nothing about my airplane sweatpants says "hit me!" I'd rather devour my Hudson News Snacks and fight in peace for the armrest. Twitter seems to agree.
Travelers began to share the "spooky AF" messages in social media which questioned the brand's * interesting * marketing strategy.
"Almost certainly nobody appreciated the unsolicited telephone numbers in the" good old days ", and they certainly do not want anyone to have the number of someone staring at them in an airplane for hours today," a passenger, @ducksauz , wrote on Twitter. Two others called her "terrible" and "unintentionally scary."
The napkins contained comments like, "Be a little old school, write down your number and give it to your plane crush," and "Because you're in a plane full of interesting people and hey … you never know."
There were even vacancies where people could fill in their names and numbers – who thought that was a good idea?
This is not the first time that Delta and Coca-Cola work together, but even they "We turn Coke's products regularly as part of our brand partnership, but have missed the mark with this brand," a Delta spokesman told INSIDER. "We're sorry."
Coca-Cola also apologized to customers who have committed an infringement, a company official told INSIDER, "We worked with our Delta partners over the past month to remove the napkins and replace them with other designs. "
Good Liberation …