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Random youtube surfing revealed this test involving a Cessna 172.. :biggrin:

 


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Would be more entertaining to watch if they didn't all feel the need to come across all 'EXTREEEME' every second by shouting all the time. Makes you want to slap them.

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14 hours ago, Chock said:

...by shouting all the time..

In at least one of their later videos, they were deliberately trying not to shout :biggrin:


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6 minutes ago, HighBypass said:

In at least one of their later videos, they were deliberately trying not to shout :biggrin:

I'm pretty sure they would have failed at that. It's like they've watched Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure and mistaken them for lifestyle gurus.

So I think I'd still want to beat them senseless for their annoying demeanour, although I think for comedy-effect, I would do so ironically, using a skateboard as a blunt instrument and delivering the coup-de-grace whilst yelling 'party on dude!'

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They did fail, once the 40 kg elastic band ball got split by the axe... and the Fiat 126 too 😄

It's not an Australian thing is it? :biggrin:

Anyhow you don't want to go beating people up with a skateboard, however limp-wristed the attack may be - people have been shot for that (mind you they deserved it):wink:

 


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16 hours ago, Chock said:

Would be more entertaining to watch if they didn't all feel the need to come across all 'EXTREEEME' every second by shouting all the time. Makes you want to slap them.

Can we make it a rule to slap them every time they go extreme for no reason. 
 

Shall we begin drafting terms? 
 

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