One meme per answer please.
Then we've got the sh*t question. And I'm not talking about bad questions, but the volume(?) of questions we have about toilets. It's become a thing on here.
For a list of great and sh*t toilet questions click here: https://travel.stackexchange.com/search?q=%5Bhygiene%5D+toilet
"They refused my visa application for no reason at all"
(...and when they post the formulae, you see parking, deception, forgery, etc etc etc...)
A great meme that occurs globally, not just TSE
I'm flying from New York to New Delhi and I've got 17 iPhones in my carry-on and 37 laptops in my luggage. They are all for my personal use. Is it going to be OK?
Roflcopterexception's "My friend has a question" questions ;)
Since this has been an actual chat event:
Ask a RoflcoptrException-style question
Well of course, we have naked urls. I'd never heard this before, but @hippietrail first started identifying them as a 'thing'. Apparently https://travel.stackexchange.com/search?q=%5Bhygiene%5D+toilet is bad, but toilet questions is good ;)
There's more, but that's all I'm posting at 2.50am ;)
User asking "What bizzare object can I take on a plane?" and getting massivley upvoted for it.
According to Gayot's Law rep begats rep.
I have no savings and no job. My distant uncle, who I never met and who has never shown any previous attempt at maintaining relationships with me or my 4 siblings, is offering to sponsor me on a 5 month visit to the UK. The amount needed will be roughly 1/2 his annual salary. Fortunately, this amount has suddenly appeared in his bank account. What should I put down on the form?
How about pnuts the corrector?
I feel like there's a "Lucy the spammer" meme in here somewhere too...
What about asking once more about transit visa in UK or Schengen from X and to Y (typically India>Frankfurt>US), while it has been asked way too many times.