Thursday, February 26, 2004

What's wrong with TITS?

1. A pilot with appalling English language skills can become a Captain.... "I am an airoplay... fry fry to the sky...."



2. A woman approaching her forties can still apply and become accepted to be a flight attendant alongside a fresh uni grad... "Crow's feet? No, birds don't fly this high..."

3. Solar Airways bought a fleet of bendy aircraft from Toontown...

4. None of the young pilots have any friends of their own before they joined the company...or if they did, they certainly lost them quickly

5. AGC staff have about six months holidays per year that can be taken at a drop of a hat and they earn enough to go jetting half way across the globe whenever they feel like it...

6. Every man and his dog has to fly Solar Airways...

7. There are 15 different pronounciations of "Zoe"... zo-ee, zo-yee, so-ee, so-yee, zu-ee, zu-yee, sho-ee, shu-ee, shoe, sue, zoo... you get the picture

8. Donald drives the same BMW that Frankie drove in AR4, Stephanie drove in VOH2 and Anne crashed in SOH...

9. After a heart transplant, Zoe has less tubes attached to her than a patient who has just had his appendix out and is jumping out of bed within days....

10. All the Australian guys seem to be able to understand Cantonese and Sam's English without any problems at all...

11. Sam can't make his mind up whether he is left handed or right handed...

12. There is an amazing disappearing and reappearing fork in episode 3...

13. At Vincent and Belle's wedding, Sam's glass of wine is red, then white, then red again.... must be the Australian grapes...



14. Zita's music box only plays when you wind it, but sometimes it mysteriously plays by itself... shall we call in Mulder and Scully now?

15. The acronym...

(Metal & Aiwah - screenshots courtesy Metal's site)

What you learn about Hong Kong through TVB serials

1. HK police inspectors earn a helluva lot of money 'cos they're always driving Benzs and BMWs.

2. You can always park in front of any building.

3. There's always a cab whenever you need one.

4. You don't need a visa to go anywhere in the world. Just hop on the next flight out.

5. Everybody flies business class.

6. HK lawyers and doctors have all the time in the world to hang out at swanky bars.

7. An 800-sq feet apartment is really huge.

8. You used to be able to run all the way to Kai Tak Airport.

9. Most of the time, caller ID doesn't work on their mobile phones.

10. High-earning, trendy yuppies would rather share an apartment than live alone.