Airline has plenty of get up and Go

The Diary was amused to learn that the meeting rooms at no-frills airline Go’s HQ in Stansted have been given names instead of boring old numbers.

So instead of meeting in room one, two or three, employees get to gether in rooms called Go crazy, Go mad, 1-2-3, Go or Ready steady Go.

One wag at the company, however, has decided to take the branding to its logical conclusion and has renamed the Go toilets. For the women the facilities have been branded Go together – and for the men? The simple but apt Go nads.

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