So on my way back to South wales from cannock driving down M6 past Birmingham airport.
Overhead flies a bowing 747 coming in to land.
Now I’ve never been a fan of flying probably as my head can not work out how such a huge lump of metal weighing 439,985 kg loaded with people bags food fuel can FLY. yes I googled it.
It completely spins me out!.
So then Jeff goes on to tell me that equal to approx 8 40 ton lorry’s duct taped together.
Then he says cargo planes carrying tanks ect are even heavier 🙈
My head hurts.
He’s no hysterical laughing.
Is it just me? Does anyone else have a problem with the how is this even possible?
One woman on a besom is far more easier to comprehend.
I also had this problem six years ago as we boarded P&O cruise ship the Ventura.
It was a 50th birthday present for jeff.
Now I’ve been over to France when I was 16 on a ferry and to Isle of man and of course I was expecting something a little bigger.
But f@@k me it was huge..
As I stood next to the smiling man who took my car keys at the dock looking up at the huge building like structure. I wanted to get back in my car.
How was That going to float?
Sixteen floors of restaurants dance floors swimming pools and people?
Don’t think about it Jeff says. It just is.
I have a theory.
When I was a kid there was a massive Co op shop in town where at Christmas you could que to see santa.
His elf would seat everyone on a beautiful decorated magical sleigh fairy lights would flash brightly scenery would pass snowy cabins and mountains of the noth pole as the sleigh rocked to and fro.
Exited children would then be shown off the sleigh and now magically they had been transported to Santa’s workshop in the North Pole!
We we’re definitely not in the basement of the local co op in a small northern town.
It was magic.
So maybe Santa’s sleigh builders progressed to building boeing 747 and huge cruise ships.
That has to be a much more understandable explanation.