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Friday Frivolity – Airtoons

airtoons.jpgI don’t fly a lot, but I fly enough to get a kick out of these Airtoons. Enjoy the dozens of pictures on this section of Friday Frivolity.

From the website:

    What Are “Airtoons” Anyway?
    Parodied airline safety cards! During my college days back in ’99 I was on a flight somewhere when I realized that the safety instructions in front of me had no captions. I thought to myself, “why is that guy’s life jacket dispensing red licorice?!” So I decided to add some captions to the emergency evacuation instruction placards that everyone who flies the friendly skies is familiar with. I showed them to my pals, and they suggested that I build a site housing the silly plane crash pictures. So I did!

By the way, Mitch Joel on SPOS #41 asked for crazy travel stories. Send yours in mp3 to him at mitch@twistimage.com or call +1 206-666-6056. Or visit Shel’s Road Weary blog to commiserate.

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