Bristol Evening Post: "Former Miss Is A Hit"

#5
JonnoJonno said:
wet_blobby said:
Oh Sol you little tease, no piccies..... :cry: :p
Here you go:
Not the most essence Wren Officer i have ever seen before !!!! but then again i aint seen any FAA Wren officer pilots before 8) 8) Think i might have to say!!! on the downwind leg of a Winchex.... "Running in Maam, your line height and speed is good, and what a lovely smell, from your perfume this morning Maam " :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

slim

War Hero
#6
I aint gay but I reckon our pilot was better looking than her. Tony Bath smoothie extraordinaire and a Porche driver to boot. No wonder the ladies loved him
 
#7
slim said:
I aint gay but I reckon our pilot was better looking than her. Tony Bath smoothie extraordinaire and a Porche driver to boot. No wonder the ladies loved him
Women seem automatically drawn to male pilots, Slim. When FlyNavy 100 was down at Greenwich last year, all the guys sauntering round in a grow bag had to deal with groups of women all wanting to cuddle up to them for a photo!
 
#9
She impresses the hell out of me.

I had to fly a Chipmunk during JOAC (Junior Officers' Air Acquaint Course) and was alright maintaining course but altitude was a different matter; I nearly flew it through a railway tunnel. Apart from a brief stint driving an RAF Hawk, I've left it to the experts ever since. But why do pilots always insist on trying to give you the controls? Surely, that's their job?
 
#10
Naval_Gazer said:
She impresses the hell out of me.

I had to fly a Chipmunk during JOAC (Junior Officers' Air Acquaint Course) and was alright maintaining course but altitude was a different matter; I nearly flew it through a railway tunnel. Apart from a brief stint driving an RAF Hawk, I've left it to the experts ever since. But why do pilots always insist on trying to give you the controls? Surely, that's their job?
Ahh, the Chipmunk. 40 minutes spent in a glass-topped coffin, in the company of an ageing (and mildly senile) pilot, wearing a puke-scented mask.

Happy days.
 

wet_blobby

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#11
JonnoJonno said:
Naval_Gazer said:
She impresses the hell out of me.

I had to fly a Chipmunk during JOAC (Junior Officers' Air Acquaint Course) and was alright maintaining course but altitude was a different matter; I nearly flew it through a railway tunnel. Apart from a brief stint driving an RAF Hawk, I've left it to the experts ever since. But why do pilots always insist on trying to give you the controls? Surely, that's their job?
Ahh, the Chipmunk. 40 minutes spent in a glass-topped coffin, in the company of an ageing (and mildly senile) pilot, wearing a puke-scented mask.

Happy days.
Pair of Biggles wannabees, man up, ditch the silk scarf and do some proper military activity. :roll: :p
 
#12
soleil said:
slim said:
I aint gay but I reckon our pilot was better looking than her. Tony Bath smoothie extraordinaire and a Porche driver to boot. No wonder the ladies loved him
Women seem automatically drawn to male pilots, Slim. When FlyNavy 100 was down at Greenwich last year, all the guys sauntering round in a grow bag had to deal with groups of women all wanting to cuddle up to them for a photo!
That is true, however Tony was a blue eyed blonde haired public school educated fly boy who's daddy owned half of some county or other. he was a real fanny magnet. Wished I could have hated him but he was a likeably bloke :p
 

sgtpepperband

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#13
soleil said:
slim said:
I aint gay but I reckon our pilot was better looking than her. Tony Bath smoothie extraordinaire and a Porche driver to boot. No wonder the ladies loved him
Women seem automatically drawn to male pilots, Slim. When FlyNavy 100 was down at Greenwich last year, all the guys sauntering round in a grow bag had to deal with groups of women all wanting to cuddle up to them for a photo!
...how do you find a Navy Pilot at a Cocktail Party? Don't worry - he'll find you... :shock: :cool:
 

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