- The one with the cat and the hot place where the bags go.
- The one with the man who smokes in the place where you pee.
- The one with the place to stay that costs a lot of cash.
- The one with the fire truck, but it can still be called Douz.
- The one with the old man and the booze and the sport with an odd shaped ball, part 1.
- The one with the hole in the roof and the fruit that can be tossed.
- The one with the fish cakes and the nice sky lights.
- The one with the short men and the salt that looks like shards of glass.
- The one with the bad man from that show and the man who is not the man from that Blue show. They had a lot of quiche.
- The one with the one man who went to mow.
- The one with the bar and is named like that place that does not have those things that are not bears or those folk from that book with the place they make sweets.
- The one with the place where things rhyme.
- The one with the yacht man and the hush hush Saint Nick and the mulled wine.
- The one with the bears and the facts you get when you leave.
- The one with the old man, and the booze, and the sport with an odd shaped ball, part 2.
- The one with the new man who the boss type queen bee likes.
- The one with the van, and the pub, and the walk, and the dog with a daft name.
- The one with the thing that is to learn how to be safe and the name that sounds like the name a chief fly boy would have.
- The one with the goose that hurts the plane, where the boss type queen bee's ex mate tries to steal the plane.
- The one with the place they can't go to, so they go to a place that is not the place, the man who has hired the plane want to go. Some things have to be said twice to stop folks mixed up by the real and the fake place. Known as "The one with the old man, and the booze, and the sport with an odd shaped ball, part 3."
- The one with the stuffed sheep, the tree and the bee.
- The one with the king of that place, with the girl who one of the fly boys likes.
- The one with the trip home and the one word game.
- The one with the snow, and the "fizz buzz" game, and the "here I am don't tread on me".
- The one with the thing you go to so you can get a new job that should pay more than the last one you had.
- On a scale of Gordon Shappey to Brilliant, how much do you enjoy Cabin Pressure?
If there’s a Z episode, I reckon it’ll be somewhere relatively obscure or a place you wouldn’t necessarily have heard of if you didn’t live there; like Qikiqtarjuaq, Uskerty and Ipswich.
Zaanstad, Zarqa, Zagazig.
I mean…Zurich is just to obvious.
Totally fun things that Douglas will never do again.
- Visit Bristol.
- Smuggle orchids.
- Put a load of sweets in the air brake.
Possible the only man who can stay awake for five nights
in one night.
Yverdon Les Miserables
andimjavertmotherfucker asked: So... We know how many otters could (possibly) fit on the plane, but how many hermit crabs do you think? (Remember. None in the flight deck! Such a safety hazard!)
Exactly how big are these hermit crabs?
How big is a typical hermit crab?
Assuming we want the crabs to be lounging in relative comfort (and that they are relatively small) and not in a jam-packed, RSPCA nightmare of a plane…
Also assuming that they are good friends…
Two per seat (32), four per overhead locker (+64; there’s one per seat according to Ottery St. Mary; make sure to take care when opening —- hermit crabs have shells and may have shifted during flight); two under each seat (+32). Four in the fridge (+4; assuming the fridge is relatively roomy, I guess?), two in the microwave (+2), two in the sink in the toilet (+2) —- not in the toilet itself because it’d get lost as aircraft toilets don’t have water in them permanently (you know, like normal toilets do?), that equals 138.
32 + 64 = 96 + 32 = 128 + 4 = 132 + 2 = 134 + 2 = 136
I assume that the worktops are relatively roomy (they could fit two otters), so six more (+6); two more per overhead locker (+32; let’s assume these hermit crabs are of average size and get on well with each other).
136 + 6 = 142 + 32 = 174
I think you could easily have 174 hermit crabs aboard G-ERTI, without putting any into the flight deck.
That was fun.
Anonymous asked: what does MJN stand for?
My Jet Now