• You don't know the definition of anxiety
until you look out a plane window and see
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    • If you think that's scary, wait'll the gremlin that tore it off peeks in the window
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    • Now THIS is podracing
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    • u don't know anxiety until it's 2am and your dad is banging on your window to let him in but that's impossible bc your dad's asleep in the next room. you tell your dad outside this and he unhinges his jaw a let's put a screech before running back to the woods
      crackbaby 23 jun
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    • I once was in a plane before taking off and I saw a guy on the wing putting what seemed to be duct tape. I would be lying if I said I didn't stress a bit
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    • It’s a twin engine plane. Even if the engine fails completely, the plane can fly on its remaining engine long enough to land on a nearby airport.
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    • I build planes for a living and they look nothing like this. Just a fun fact. Another fun fact for you: the planes that I build are paper and I don’t do it for a living. Also I haven’t made one since I was six or so.
      macdeala 23 jun
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    • That piece has no structural integrity, nor is it important to the engines functioning, it is there for aerodynamics. But I can still understand why this would scare somebody, as they begin to question what other parts of the plane have been unmaintained to the breaking point.
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    • I have felt true anxiety. That is not it. The cover is gone, so what?
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    • I'd be more concerned where the gremlin is now.
      Dabbler 23 jun
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    • I saw the gremlin comment disappear!! What the hell?!
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    • My face went from 😃 to 😳
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    • Engine will run just fine without a cover, only thing to watch for is ice forming on the sensitive instruments exposed on the engine, so maybe it won’t fly just fine actually
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    • B17s could complete missions with half a crew, one working engine and a fuselage full of flak holes, you'll be fine.
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    • Isnt it possible to have them carry enough chutes incase something does happen?
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    • i miss airplane freind😔
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    • THE TAPE. THEY FORGOT THE DAMN TAPE
      Mini_ 24 jun
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    • I seen this before and the worst part was I was on a plane.
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    • I did right before I died
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    • idk man. i can easily go on dictionary.com
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    • On today's episode of how fucked up is fucked up, that's fucked up
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    • This is what anxiety feels like
      laxiboi 23 jun
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    • It’s air cooled now
      red2ebra 23 jun
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    • I was in a very minor plane crash a few years ago, landing in Hobart, Tasmania. No one was even injured but it was still the scariest moment of my life
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    • Nothing is wrong, panes can fly easily with only 1 engine and even if that goes they can glide for long enough to make an emergency landing at a nearby airport
      Flister 23 jun
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    • No one has ever experienced what I have. When I was flying from Paris to Atlanta after our trip, the engine in both sides went off suddenly and it went straight down for a minute until they got 1 started up again and we detoured to Amsterdam to get off. Our next flight was free and each of our (1/2)
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    • At Tesla industries, we would never make such a horrible product. Only products that radiate my big daddy energy.
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    • I’ve literally seen duct tape on the wing before when I was flying, also it wasn’t like on there it was flopping around in the wind
      TheSpoi 23 jun
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    • Been there....never flying us air again
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    • I felt anxiety when I saw 5 black people outside my house
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    • Ur in the twilight zone
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    • This is how you know your entering somewhere illegally or the pilots are smuggling something
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    • Most planes can fly on one engine just is slower and consumes more fuel
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    • Looking at how far the ground is in the background is 10x scarier
      BlameGame 23 jun
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    • The engine itself will be fine and continue to function. All lines and bolts that have potential to fall out of place from the engine's vibration or wind will be safety wired into place. The engine is also mounted using several extremely strong vibration isolating mounts, so the cover really... 1/2
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    • Now this is podracing
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    • Kerbal Space Program be like
      RichRacc 23 jun
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    • Where’s the airplane fact dude? Does this ruin the aerodynamic of it will engine parts fly off?
      El_Eagle 23 jun
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    • There's.. something on the wing...some..thing!
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    • Lockheed Martin streetfighter
      DUMPOZER 24 jun
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    • Where tf did the engine cowl go
      BlackZero 23 jun
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    • Now that is pod racing
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    • The engines on the DC10 were held on with only 3 large nuts. Two in front, one in back. In one instance the rear bolt broke on takeoff, catapulted the engine over the wing, then caused the plane to flip and crash.
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    • Has airplane friend disappeared?
      Jolandia 23 jun
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    • No I believe this is the definition of anxiety
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    • A plane that originally had 2 engines can still fly an entire trip with one engine gone, and chances are there’s always and airport not to far away.
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    • what, a pod racer?
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    • AirplaneFriend?
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    • My fist plane trip leaving Chicago ohar was getting ready to take off taxing parallel to the runway and the plane that just landed turned off and was coming to the intersection. Well basically we got a break check.I thought they needed to be trained better now I’m in flight school. not top comment
      agibs 26 jun
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      predapug 24 jun
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    • KOWALSKI! Status report.
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    • In the event of a catastrophic engine failure where the fan/compressor blade/etc were to break from the jet engine’s cowling, there is a Kevlar shell/fabric around the engine’s casing to prevent metal or other objects from penetrating the fuselage/fuel tanks/etc to help keep the damage contained.
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    • Looks like Anakin’s speeder
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    • It's alright it's meant to reduce weight
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    • Oh yeah? Think you're an airplane guy? Name every airplane ever.
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    • Not as bad as the social anxiety from summer sales
      CHARKING 23 jun
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    • Almost all commercial planes can safely fly and land with one engine though range is effected
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    • Bah. The cover mainly exists for optimal aerodynamics and long term resistance against weathering.
      Vulchrys 23 jun
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    • Man this is why I fly myself. That way when I’m doing my walk around I don’t have any surprises at 12,000ft
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    • Ah I think some speed tape should fix it
      Leninade 24 jun
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    • Mechanics always forget to lock down the cowling
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    • Where is airplane facts? Is airplane facts ok? What does airplane facts have to say about this?
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    • Just use speed tape and call it good
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    • Hopefully the engine doesnt catch fire otherwise that engine is gone the fire extinguisher will be useless on it🤣
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    • That is scary! It’s true that the engine can operate that way but it’s parts are exposed to anything that might impacti it and the aerodynamics will be a problem with drag and stress on the wing. Definitely time to find a safe landing spot!
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    • Depression is looking at that and being like "oh well" or "meh"
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    • I wonder who the piece landed on
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    • Twilight Zone shit
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    • Someone didn't preflight correctly
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    • oh fuck you I'm going on a 10 hour flight in 5 days
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    • Dude I live to see that stuff
      harry_man 26 jun
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    • Air cooling plus
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    • We still have one engine.
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    • Na man its just getting maximum cooling for peak performance
      Luis_MFM 26 jun
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    • Now it’s real got some air flow to keep it cool. 😜
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    • I work on aircraft and can say, planes can pretty much fly with half a wing
      Stariller 26 jun
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    • Without the cowling? Yeah I’ll be fine
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    • Someone please post the picture of Mort outside the plane from Madagascar 2
      DuckLegs 26 jun
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    • Flying into Georgia, we hit very heavy turbulence. I had never felt a plane shake that bad before. People were gasping and stuff and on the edge. My wife turned to me and was scared stiff. a tear fell out of her eye. I didn't tell her but I was scared too. I lied and said everything would be okay.
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    • Can’t fool me... that’s a 1st Person shot of Anakin’s pod racer.
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    • Yeah or it would scare someone because most people don’t know this
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    • I HAVE ONE QUESTION! is william shatner on that plane?
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    • For me it was when we were getting shot at while flying into Iraq
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    • Everyone we are bombing iFunny with one star reviews demanding the unfair banning of certain accounts such as airplane friend I only ask if you would join us
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    • Is that wing even attached
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    • This is probably allegiant airlines.
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    • It’s not bad it’s just the cover guys
      Ryliepup 26 jun
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    • Always bet on-a Sebulba eh!
      Monicalo 26 jun
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    • A loss in aerodynamics is what that is.
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    • Someone photoshop a buzz droid on there
      Skit_ 26 jun
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    • "Now this is pod racing"
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    • I panic like i should from inside this plane when i spill water lmao....
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    • Gotta blast
      YEWDEW 26 jun
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    • Well the anxiety is going to go away very soon anyway don't worry.
      BroHow 26 jun
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    • Now this is podracing
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    • Someone had to come up with that...
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    • Its fine
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