ARTHUR: Sorry, Mum, did you say 1 minute, 3 minutes, 1 minute?
CAROLYN: Oh, for goodness sake, no, of course not. What cooks for 1 minute and stands for 3? It’s 3, 1, 3!
ARTHUR: Oh, right. Ok, actually I think that’s easy to remember – because I’ll just think of 4-3-3 squadron and only remember to swap the first two numbers and take 3 off the middle one.
CAROLYN: Arthur, are you insane? That’s the stupidest way to remember anything I’ve ever heard.
MARTIN: Also it’s not 4-3-3 squadron. It’s 6-3-3 squadron.
ARTHUR: Oh, yeah, thanks, Skipper. So first I’ve got to add 2 to the first squadron I think it is, to get the real squadron, and then swap…..
CAROLYN: No, don’t do any of that. Just remember it. Just use your brain and remember the three numbers.
ARTHUR: Yes, sorry. 3, 3…..
CAROLYN: No! Oh, come with me.
Carolyn Knapp-Shappey, #9 (suggested by milverton)
Cabin Pressure, #7 (suggested by anon)
Martin Crieff, #6 (suggested by anon)
As we’re finally allowed to post our contributions to the fabulous Cabin Pressure Artbook, here’s mine. Drawn in ink and coloured with watercolour. For more information about the artbook and how and where to purchase it, visit their tumblr or their storenvy.
The four motifs are also available as postcards. Since shipping is more expensive than the actual cards, I could be persuaded to add them to the package if someone buys any of my Sherlock fanart prints or fanbooks ;). Or if you just wanted the cards you could donate some money to support my cycling team for the Prince’s Trust Palace to Palace Bike Ride.
DOUGLAS: My dear old friend, you don’t look a day older than when we first met on that English/Finland school exchange.
MILO: Ohh yeah, yeah.
DOUGLAS: And to celebrate those dear old days, and because luckily I am enormously confident in my masculinity, I have bought you a bunch of flowers.
•Uskerty• (full version)
MARTIN (in a loud whisper): No. I don’t think I should move. I don’t think the bees would like it! I think I’ll just keep very still, and maybe the bees will forget me!
i was reading some of those one sentence horror stories and one of them was “hello passengers this isn’t your captain speaking” and i just thought wow that is exactly something Arthur Shappey would say and then the passengers would be startled and Carolyn would be like “good grief” and Martin would freak out and Douglas would probably cut him off like “your pilots would like to assure you that this aircraft is not being hijacked.”
Is it the Talisker or the Talisker-Talisker?
The miniature walked through the door…
EuroAirdotCon team is very happy to announce that JOHN FINNEMORE WILL JOIN US AS SPECIAL GUEST on 23-24 August 2014 at Milton Hotel, Milan.
As part of EuroAirdotCon 2014 programme, John will participate in an exclusive interview, a Q&A, a photoshoot session and an autograph session!
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet other Cabin Pressure fans form all over the world, and the creator of this brilliant show in person, in this first European Cabin Pressure convention!
The schedule will be released shortly.
Tickets are still available to buy for both days from our official blog page.
John’s panels are included in the price! (a small charge for printing your photo on location might be applied).
Thank you, Douglas! Well, welcome to the five thirty-five from … up in the air. The conditions are perfect, the seatbelt sign’s been on for over forty minutes, I’ve been round with the drinks trolley twice, and they’re really squirming for the off.
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