In case the in-flight pamphlet isn’t enough for you, everything on this Kulula airplane is labeled for your convenience.
Look, there’s even a spot to put your boots. So convenient.
In South Africa we use the word ‘boot’ in the same way Americans use the word ‘trunk’ referring to the luggage space.
Or maybe the secret agent is keeping something in his boots!
I think it’s wonderful but it so much humor just for the sake of being funny? Is this photoshopped?
it’s not photoshopped, but i’m sure the intention was to entertain.
Reminds me of the hyper-labeled gear in the vintage Batman.
Favoriter pÃ¥ nÃ¤tet – February 6, 2010
Where the big cheese sits : Contrarian
Coming late to the party.
This reminds me of a community theater in Minneapolis, “Theater in the Round” that has its own blueprint painted on the facade.
Unfortunately, a quick image search didn’t come up with any really clear pictures.
Jenny, I know what you are talking about and TOTALLY agree…
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