N (31 Jan, 2013) Reply
Another Letter (31 Jan, 2013)
What's not true?
Cynical Sam (1 Feb, 2013)
You've watched too much Inception; now you doubt whether they are really in a plane, or in a closet, or if it is you in a dream about looking at eatliver.com
Care Bear (31 Jan, 2013) Reply
This made me laugh
Al Hiss (31 Jan, 2013) Reply
Wow. It really is the last time.
Test1 (31 Jan, 2013) Reply
Not possible, door can't be opened during flight.
Otto (31 Jan, 2013)
Enter 353 here: (31 Jan, 2013)
Opening a door in flight is *bad*, thats why. Google "cargo door failure" or see, for example: (visit link)
trialanderror (31 Jan, 2013)
Everything's possible on acid.
Salzigtal (31 Jan, 2013)(visit link)
LogiC (2 Feb, 2013)
Commercial airliners usually have pressurised cabins. The door opens inwards so any attempt to open it would suck the door back closed again, and if you really tried hard and managed to open it the force of it closing again would likely be enough to nearly rip your arms off.
Bernoulli (31 Jan, 2013) Reply
Because of my effect.
Airline CEO (31 Jan, 2013) Reply
NO! NO! NO!. I wanted the fat flight attendant to jump out. Now it is all ruined. Chapter 11.
Bronau (31 Jan, 2013) Reply
Cool. That's happened to me.
Confused (1 Feb, 2013) Reply
This is all possible. He may live "at home" in a flying plane, and... there may be a water heater in a closet on said plane, and... it might be rigged to blow.
But I still don't understand why he jumped out the plane, I mean he defussed the water heater, didn't he?
Acid cartoons are so confusing.
hoobla (1 Feb, 2013) Reply
shit. this is it.
t.k. (8 Mar, 2013)
In any event, funny!