Surviving the Facilities


Seatbelts on a plane
Really, what’s the point
We all know the risks
If we cared for our safety at all
We would watch the
Safety demonstration


I complain it's not fair
My life ended
Because I didn't take care
If only I had stopped to look within
When opening
The overhead bin

Thunder cracks, I see his eyes
Perched there to my surprise
Is a gremlin on the wing
And like a hobbit with the ring
He slips in and out of sight
I shouldn't have taken shrooms before the flight

Myth: Thunder storms increase the risk of an airplane crash. FALSE


Denver 2021

🎵Cos I’m leaving on a jet plane
I don’t know when I’ll be back again
With the changing corona restrictions
I might have to quarantine again 🎵


Fun Flying Fact: In the 1930s, the Royal Air Force used a flying boat nicknamed the “whistling sh*thouse”. The Supermarine Stranraer was fitted with a toilet that would open directly to the air. When the seat was up the airflow through the toilet would make a whistling sound, hence the nickname.


Senryü: it stinks of survival

I would like a seat
as close to the rear toilet
as is possible


Flying Fact: The tail is the safest place to be during a crash
A 2007 study by Popular Mechanics looked at 36 years of NTSB crash data and found the back of the plane gave passengers the best chance for survival.


Weekly Theme:
National Aviation Week


18 thoughts on “Surviving the Facilities

  1. “Comin’ in from London, from over the pole
    Flyin’ in a big airliner
    Chickens flyin’ everywhere around the plane
    Could we ever feel much finer?

    Comin’ into Los Angeles
    Bringin’ in a couple of keys
    Don’t touch my bags if you please, mister customs man”

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