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Cabin crew play THIS cheeky game – and it reveals if they fancy you

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Working as a flight attendant on long haul journeys can be tiring.

So it should come as no surprise that cabin crew come up with sneaky ways to make their shifts more exciting.

An easy way to do this is to have banter and little jokes with one another.

In a Cabin Crew forum, employees revealed how they play the “cheerio game” to keep themselves entertained.

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Apparently, the way staff talk to you as youre leaving the plane can indicate how attractive you are.

An Australian airline worker explained: “Theres the cheerio game you can play when passengers disembark.

“When youre standing there going buh-bye, thank you, take care etc. when you see someone you fancy, you say cheerio.

“You need to do it with a buddy and the challenge is to keep a straight face.”

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LOVE IS IN THE AIR: Here's how to tell if your flight attendant fancies you (Pic: GETTY)

While hearing “cheerio” on your next flight may bring a smile to your face, there are some phrases that could be a cause for concern.

Passengers know that hearing the word “mayday” is never a good sign and it will often be said three times in the light of a threatening situation.

It comes from the French phrase “maidez” which means “help me”.

But theres another word that travellers will want to pay attention to when theyre flying on board.

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Hearing the word “pan-pan” is a very bad sign which many may not realise.

Although it isnt as severe as “mayday”, it can signify a terrifying situation on the aircraft.

Pan-pan is also repeated there times and it originates from a French phrase of “panne”, which means breakdown.

And in the unlikely event of a plane hijack, pilots will use the word “squawking” which is the silent way to initiate contact in the state of an emergency.

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