TikTokers bond over unusual way they get through long flights: 'I thought I was the only one'

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On a long flight you might feel like the odd one out if you aren’t glued to a screen and watching movies. Probably because there isn’t much else to do on an airplane.

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TikToker @aurora.raggi shared the unexpected way she passed the time on an 11-hour flight, but people were quick to share that they did the exact same thing.

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“What normal people on an 11-hour flight:” the video text read.

The footage showed passengers watching movies and eating their meals on a plane.

“What I do for the whole 11-hour flight:” the next video caption said.

Instead of watching movies, she was watching the flight tracker that showed a map indicating the distance traveled, where it went and how much of the flight was left. As you can see, it’s pretty gripping entertainment.

The video received 1.4 million views on TikTok.

“Omg I thought I was the only one who did this,” a user said.

“I feel like this is a personal attack on me from everyone who makes fun of me for not watching movies,” someone joked.

“When I think it’s only me that does it and I find out it’s a thing,” a person commented.

“It’s called flying with anxiety, that’s me lmao,” a TikToker replied.

“Me too, I also use the plane camera on the landing gear to watch it land,” another said.

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