LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 30: A touch lavatory is seen on the United Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Los Angeles International Airport on November 30, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. In January the new jet is scheduled to begin flying daily non-stop between Los Angeles International airport and Japan's Narita International Airport and later to Shanghai staring in March. The new Boeing 787 Dreamliner will accommodate 219 travelers with 36 seat in United Business First, 70 seats in Economy Plus and 113 in Economy Class. The carbon-fiber composite material that makes up more than 50 percent of the 787 makes the plane jet and more fuel-efficient. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

One of my greatest fears in not smelling good. I shower, use nice shampoo, soap and deoderant.

When I fly, I always wear brand new socks and wear Crocs footwear. My friends make fun of me because they aren’t exactly at the top of the fashion tree, but they’re comfortable, easy to get on and off and you can wash them. THEY DON’T SMELL!!

The biggest problem on any flight, even bigger than the small seats, is the bathroom. It’s compact, used by hundreds and doesn’t have the same elimination system as regular plumbing. SO, click on the story below and you’ll find out how to eliminate being the “one” to stink up the airplane bathroom!

10 Fascinating Facts About Airplane Bathrooms

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