Where are the before they burst photos eh?
A Russian woman sporting a fine set of F-cup chesticles required urgent medical treatment when the Bulgarian airbags responsible for her enhanced assets burst during a flight to Los Angeles. According to Pravda, 45-year-old Irena D was en route from Moscow to California (aboard an Aeroflot Boeing 767-300, in case you're …
I was on a flight last year coming back to the UK from mainland Europe. On that flight were a couple of children who had obviously been to some party or event. They had helium balloons, unfortunately not the rubber kind of balloon, the shiny metallic look plastic film type... The type that doesn't stretch very well.
About an hour after take off there was a *bang*... Needless to say you have never heard such a synchronised intake of breath in your life!
We spent the rest of the flight looking at the other, rather strained looking balloon with distrust.
If this, and stories like it are true, why doesn't the same thing happen on the ground?
Aircraft are pressurised to about 8 thousand feet. Mexico City is at about 7400 feet. There are many places on the ground above 8000 feet so why don't "Spontaneous Breast Rupture ©® whilst on the ground," stories appear in the news?
Am I the only one that imagines a new form of female-mounted* altimeter? one where the cup-size is dependant on air pressure?
'hmm - feels like 10,000 ft, (to co-pilot) do you concur?'
time for a lie-down I think.
PH would be what? 500ft?
* don't go there - it's not a happy place..
I'm sorry, did you just say that the Mythbusters disproved something? Yes, of course, what with their rigorous, dispassionate scientific investigation that had nothing at all to do with television sensationalism.
I'm sure they fired rifle bullets into the fake tits and replayed it in slow motion, or something. I'll bet they even found an excuse to visit the aircraft boneyard.
It should be...
Doctor> She'll need to go to the hospital.
Passenger> The hospital, what is it ?
Doctor> Its a big building with patients in it, but thats not important right now.
Shame they burst though, cos in the other story (linked to this one) the airbags saved the girls life...if the plane had crashed would they have saved her life???
I for one would welcome the chance to have DD implnats, it would give me something to do to keep me occupied between waking up and going to sleep...
Liquid doesn't compress/expand - who told you that? more to the point why did you believe them?
Brake fluid is not water for a reason.... as with hydraulic oil etc
We deem a liquid as "incompressible" only because it's degree of compression is sufficiently small. That being said [and more importantly here on el reg, to be pedantic] liquids are on some level compressible.
Er, actually I was talking about your good self drawing attention, on the internet, to the fact that they exist and are nice.
You respond by informing me that you very magnanimously allow her to draw attention to them herself (do you let her occasionally go shopping on her own too? That's good husbanding) and enquire if I am some sort of subjugated prude by proxy. Nice work.
Obligatory smiley face: :)
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Sadly Aeroflot do not operate 767-300's, they only have 767-300ERs (11 in service at present). Do you by any chance know the registration of the aircraft involved in this incident?
I hope to see more accurate reporting of aircraft type, along with registration of the aircraft involved, in all future news stories.
\mine's is the anorak with "Civil Aircraft Register" poking out of the poket.
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