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Nobody reads in-flight magazines. It’s not that they’re bad, per se; normally, passengers are just too busy sleeping or brushing crumbs off their pants from those tasty little Biscoff cookies. Delta seems to have realized this, and the airline has sought to recapture its customers’ attention with the help of Justin Trudeau.
The Canadian prime minister and international sex symbol graces the newest cover of Delta’s Sky magazine. His casual manspreading, mischievous gaze, and vibrant purple dress socks already won the hearts of Twitter users everywhere. BuzzFeed’s Tanya Chen summed it up appropriately: “look at those quirky socks, they are a message of peace and unity, what a dream boat, daddy, can he be our president etc etc..what’d I miss?”
look at those quirky socks, they are a message of peace and unity, what a dream boat, daddy, can he be our president etc etc..what'd I miss? https://t.co/TloHx9kPy7— Tanya Chen (@Tanya_Chen) June 27, 2017
Other users came through with hilarious quips, Trump jabs, and Saved by the Bell comparisons, the best of which are featured here.
Hold on, I thought SMOKIN' was not allowed on any Delta flights https://t.co/N1AVgKkH5S— Jesse Hawken (@jessehawken) June 27, 2017
how did delta know the only way to get me to read its in flight magazine is to show me a pic of justin trudeau sitting backwards on a chair pic.twitter.com/uRpQohCvno— Joanna Rothkopf (@joannarothkopf) June 27, 2017
"sup preppy" pic.twitter.com/ZXYWWUVqzR— Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) June 27, 2017
JT look like he’s about to start rapping Shakespeare to relate to inner-city youth https://t.co/l6RJvJidnb— ishmael n. daro (@iD4RO) June 27, 2017
"Don't call me Mr Trudeau, call me Justin. Or J-Dog."— Oliver Willis (@owillis) June 27, 2017
“Justin Trudeau is on the cover of Delta's in-flight magazine” - Trump would be on the cover of United's magazine.https://t.co/lLTVwMOIqm— Richard Bagdonas (@richardbagdonas) June 27, 2017
It’s Justin Trudeau’s world, and we’re all just flying through it.
Bryan Rolli is a reporter who specializes in streaming entertainment. He writes about music and film for Forbes, Billboard, and the Austin American-Statesman. He met Flavor Flav in two separate Las Vegas bowling alleys and still can’t stop talking about it.