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I think we can all agree we'd rather not use the toilets on board whatever budget airline you've booked.
But sometimes it can't be helped. So whether you're travelling back from Ibiza or Belfast, you'll want to hear this one.
Flight Bae B often shares her top tips for travellers on the social media site and her recent video is causing a splash - literally.
The Tiktoker explains you should always 'use the tissue paper instead of the toilet paper, and here's why.'
"When turbulence hits and little boys and girls, well little boys, who are pointing and shooting they kind of, you know, point and shoot everywhere.
"That usually ends up on the toilet paper." Nice.
The flight attendant added: "If you don't want that stuff in your nether regions, the tissue paper that's usually up top [...] it's cleaner."
This isn't the only inside tip the flight attendant offered, because she has some pretty helpful hints for hotel stays too.
As you can imagine, flight attendants spend a lot of time on layovers and have picked up some helpful tips over their stays.
The first one Flight Bae B offers is to check your room.
It sounds scary but is super sensible if you think about it, with the content creator urging guests to prop their door open and check under their bed, behind the shower curtain, and anywhere else for any 'unwanted guests while your door is still open, in case you need to yell for help.'
You know, like you're in that hotel from The Shining.
The flight attendant also says you should check your room for cameras 'to see if there's any voyeuristic weirdos out there'.
And if that wasn't creepy enough, she urges: "Do not disclose what hotel you are staying in; the town great, they ask you what town you're staying in, lie.
"Don't post anything on social media until you're gone. People are weird and they do weird things."
The content creator said fellow aviators shouldn't share their layover hotels at all, as people might creep up on other crew members in the future.
After hearing all that, I might just stay at home.