A pet baby zombie sitting in the seat behind you, squalling its little rotting face off. To calm him down, his doting parents brought along a Tickle Me Elmo and the kid is windmill slamming it into the back of your seat, making it chatter incessantly.
A fat sheep to the left of you, a cow to the right, and an enderman in the seat directly in front who needs his leg room so he tilts his seat all the way back until you can count the hairs on his pointy head that's practically in your lap.
The flight attendant wanders by. It's a donkey. You go to remove a cold frosty lemonade potion from one of its saddle bags but the lid snaps shut on your fingers, trapping them, and it says, "Insert coins" so you're leaning across the cow, feeding quarters into this box so you can free your finger. After about $8.00 the lid releases and there are no lemonades inside, only Diet Coke and strawberry Yoo-hoo drinks. Even though you don't buy any of these, you get Nausea 1:00 just from looking in there.
The kid across the aisle (a skelly) is playing Bow Hero and an arrow sails through the cabin and hits a big angry guy in the back of the head. He gets up out of his seat and is brandishing a gold-plated tie tac. His overly permissive mom, also skeletally chic, gently takes the bow away.
You go to the lavatory and stand in line. When it's your turn, an evoker comes grumpily out of the stall, cursing and muttering. When you go in, there is a vex in the john. You're frantically slapping at it against the walls of the lavatory while also attending to Nature's call. The flight attendant raps on the door. "You all right in there? Do you need assistance?" You finish up as fast as you can and hightail it out of there.
The plane hits some turbulence and you weave and lurch back to your seat. The skelly kid makes a creeper joke and the entire row turn on him and remind him it isn't funny. A baby llama two rows in front of you spits up his pretzels.
When you land, the sheep pulls down his massive packing case out of overhead. He had packed it full of eggs, some of which broke during the turbulence. The overhead compartment is now full of chickens.