Let's just admit that cabin crew members are very attractive people physically. They carry themselves well, they look good in their uniforms, and they exude a very high level of confidence. Some passengers have various ways of having their flight attendants notice them or different "styles" to get to know them. Apparently, these cabin crew members are very professional and they definitely know their limit especially if one is trying to cross the boundaries.
Sometimes though, passengers do "silly" or "pacture" stuff which in the end, may draw different reactions from flight attendants. Just recently, another social media video went viral of a passenger handing a piece of trash to a flight attendant while making that 'oppa' heart sign. Well to the average person, they may see this as a sign of "kileg" or so. To many flight attendants we know though, it drew mixed reactions. Many cabin crew members though praised the flight attendant on the video for maintaining her professionalism. As for what the passenger did, it drew mixed reactions from cabin crew members, mostly negative, a few positive, so let's not dwell on these reactions anymore.
Honestly, we discourage passengers from doing such things. More than it may come out good or offensive to the cabin crew, you can never tell if her husband or boyfriend is the pilot or a steward on your flight. Moreso, her father, mother, or strict brother can be a fellow passenger and you might just get yourself into trouble. Also, such videos posted online may cause the cabin crew to get into trouble with the airline. That's why we do highly suggest that you ask permission or inform your cabin crew that you are taking a video or picture of them to be posted online. Many of our followers are already doing that, and we encourage others to follow.
It doesn't take rocket science if you want you flight attendant to notice and remember you in a positive light. Here are some tips:
Follow these and we assure you that your cabin crew will forever have good memories of you as their passenger. There's no need to resort to fancy acts. You just have to keep it simple, real, and genuine.