When you fly are you a rule follower?  Or are you a  rule breaker?

I don't fly very often, but when I do I think I'm like a lot of other people and you want it to go as smoothly as possible.

Why is it that you always get the one person who has to make the flight miserable?

Either they are later getting to the gate, or have an issue with their carry on or have a  problem with their seat or there's the one who feels they need to drink a 6 pack from the beverage cart during the flight.

My sister in-law flies a ton and there isn't a trip that goes by that there isn't something that causes an issue or delays part of the flight.

The other day they had the guy who showed up just about the time they were getting ready for the door to close and of course needed to get on, so of course the airline accommodated, which made the other passengers a little annoyed.

Should there be stricter rules and no exceptions for those rules?

If you are a habitual offender of the rules, should they be able to flag you and not let you fly on that particular airline?

If I paid the same or more for a ticket, why should I have to be inconvenienced because somebody else doesn't follow the guidelines.

What is the worst experience you've ever encountered while flying?