A. Please don't. But if you do, we call it a "Code Blue". Thank heavens it happens very rarely – like maybe a couple times a year. If you're inebriated, good luck (I mean, what were you thinking? Save the hootch for after the flight). If you have a head cold, well that's no help either. If you are hyper-prone to motion sickness, you might feel something in your stomach...just like you would after a real flight. However, if you do feel uncomfortable, any discomfort goes away in the blink of an eye. All you have to do is close your eyes and all is right the with world (and your stomach). But if you do get sick, acting humble and apologetic improves your chances of getting us to clean up the mess. Air freshener, anybody?