Infinite pullulation can be yours!

posted on 8 Jul 2017 in Chinglish, Toys

super-plane

I’ve paid a lot more for far less than infinite pleasure…

Photo courtesy øf David S.
Toy from China.

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  1. Marum | 4:03 am |

    You can have great fun pulling (it) yourself

  2. Marum | 4:04 am |

    We are on the level about Super Plane.

  3. algernon | 4:05 am |

    The young and their pullutation

  4. algernon | 4:06 am |

    Something for all the family infinate pleasure

  5. Marum | 4:08 am |

    Infinite pleasure is only of value, to they who are immor(t)al

  6. Marum | 4:13 am |

    I cannot see any form of pleasure, infinite or momentary, arising from asexual reproduction.

  7. Droll not Troll | 4:22 am |

    Go with your children? Maybe they would like to do their pullulation in private!

  8. Droll not Troll | 4:30 am |

    Hyperbolical flight mode.

  9. Marum | 4:33 am |

    @DNT 0422.. That is why penises (penii?) have knobs. So tour fist won’t slip off, and punch yourself in the head.

  10. Marum | 4:36 am |

    @Algernon. Infinite; as in infinite verb. Which is a verb which keeps doing something for all eternity

  11. FatKenney | 4:39 am |

    Infinite pleasure – if by “infinite” you mean the three minutes it will take to break this cheaply made piece of trash.

  12. Marum | 4:40 am |

    Trim for straight and level flight Scotty.

    Och aye Cap’n. Which one would yer like?.

  13. Marum | 4:43 am |

    @FatKenney 0439. But. It is made of unbreakable plastic.

  14. FatKenney | 4:45 am |

    The left hand margin of the packaging indicates this toy will enhance coordination and judgment. Good thing considering the total lack of judgment that lead to purchasing it in the first place. “That pang of regret tells you that it’s working.”

  15. FatKenney | 4:47 am |

    @Marum 04:43. My mistake. Make that four minutes then.

  16. Marum | 4:53 am |

    Actually. I had something similar to this when I was a boy.

    Whereas the softer plastic did not break like the hard plastic ones, the lugs which engaged with the pullcord mechanism, rounded of fand bent. Thus it could no longer achieve (escape velocity), to fly anywhere.

    So I made a rotor out of metal. That was highly successful. When it hit one of my mates, it effortlessly bit a piece out of him.

  17. Marum | 4:57 am |

    @FatKenny 0447.
    Good judgement comes from experience.

    Experience, come from making lots of bas judgements.

  18. Marum | 5:04 am |

    BTW In any activity where your life may be dependent on your judgement.

    One starts off with two buckets labelled “LUCK” and “EXPERIENCE”. The trick is to get the one marked “EXPERIENCE” full, before the one marked “LUCK” rums out.

  19. Marum | 5:06 am |

    EDIT: Bas judgements = bad judgements

  20. Frank Burns | 5:07 am |

    “Give a Hoot. Don’t Pullute!” – Woodsy Owl

  21. Marum | 5:20 am |

    Wiktionary:
    Rhymes: -iːnɪs

    Noun

    penis (plural penises or penes)
    1.(anatomy) The male reproductive organ used for sexual intercourse that in the human male and some other mammals is also used for urination; the tubular portion of the male genitalia (excluding the scrotum).  [quotations ▼]

    The female clitoris is homologous to the male penis.

    Usage notes

    The hyperforeign Latinate penii is occasionally used as the plural.

  22. Droll not Troll | 5:33 am |

    @Marum | 4:33 am: If I could get my knob that close to my head, why would I ever use my hand? 😛

  23. algernon | 5:40 am |

    @Marum | 4:36 am: Yes I know noticed the mistake after I hit submit

  24. algernon | 5:41 am |

    Then again it might have been a deliberate mistake

  25. Yu No Hoo | 6:39 am |

    Easy on that pullulation, don’t push it.

  26. Lora | 9:18 am |

    In the Adult Toy Story, Buzz Lightyear has infinite pleasure…and beyond!

  27. UCity | 10:48 am |

    Judgment? Infinite pleasure?! Illulluminati confrimed!

  28. J-Luke | 11:05 am |

    Helicopter is the new super plane.

  29. J-Luke | 11:06 am |

    Pullulation… sounds like elation through pollution…

  30. EffEff | 1:02 pm |

    It’s Super Plane (looks more like a helicopter) flying through the infinite skies of Heaven, bringing infinite pleasure to all infinite number of residents (or all 144,000 if you prefer)

  31. Seventy2rd o clock | 2:05 pm |

    – Mommy! It vibrates!!

  32. Seventy2rd o clock | 2:07 pm |

    Ah … Pullulation.

  33. Seventy2rd o clock | 2:08 pm |

    – Dad! Is this plane simple?

  34. Seventy2rd o clock | 2:13 pm |

    CAUTION:

    – Flying chips
    – May also contain nuts
    – Keep it out of 3+ children
    – WARNING

  35. Pete | 3:11 pm |

    Pullulation…izzat a medical term for jetlag?
    Or…for that annoying vibrating feeling & buzzing sound in yer head that take hours to go away after too long a flight on a propeller plane??

  36. Tom41 | 12:42 am |

    Infinite pleasure seems to be a common thing with these Chinese knock-off toys…

  37. Marum | 6:30 am |

    If I remember correctly, there was a similar device which connected to aa garden hose. In our climate, that one had the added advantage of sloshing one with copious amounts of water, upon operating the release mechanism.

  38. Marum | 7:12 am |

    Actually there are some interesting Physics involved in this simple device.
    First: It is a rotary-wing ,(like a helicopter) but without the pitch changing mechanism. Therefore if there is a wind, one side will have more lift than the other. Thus it will bank, and fly in a circle. If it is dead calm, and you hold the handle straight, it will go straight up and down.

    Second: The annulus (ring around the periphery) increases the lift. Theory: Assuming that a column of air has mass, the rotating effect will cause the mass to tend to slide to the end of the rotating vanes. Thus lift will be lost off the tips. Putting a ring around the perimeter prevents this. However if the rotating device is large, balance will be problem in larger devices. It increases efficiency in marine propellers. However the vibrations caused by the balance problem causes the propeller to break off and float to the bottom.

    Three. RPM may be a problem in larger devices. If the vane tips exceed the speed of sound, the shock waves will destroy the lift, and make the whole rotary-wing device unstable.

    You may have noticed this effect if you have heard a light aircraft doing its “run-ups” prior to entering the runway area. When the pilot runs the props up to full revs the note changes. This is caused by the prop tips exceeding 2400 RPM. At around 2500RPM the average single engine Cessna, Piper, or Moonie etc. will have its prop tips go supersonic. This is unlikely to happen in flight, as the props are under load.

    Four. There are other considerations such as ; Bleed layers on the rotary wings, the Bernoulli Principle. and turbulence. Which I will not go into here.

    There. I hope that small explanation, will enhance your small child’s enjoyment of this cheap and shoddy product. The enjoyment of which, will be transitory at very best.

  39. Marum | 7:35 am |

    Note: If the wind is strong enough, the bank angle may exceed 20 degrees. At which point the rotor will lose most of its vertical lift, and descend at paced to the ground. Often this is greater than its original take off velocity, due to the kinetic energy supplied by the wind, and of course the 32 feet (approx. 9.8 metres) per second per second supplied by gravity.
    If upon lading at such velocity, striking a solid object will cause even earlier premature destruction of this rubbish.

    Conclusion: Do not fly in wind conditions of a higher velocity than 5mph (8kph). Any implied warranty may be voided Aby such unauthorised operation.

  40. Marum | 7:41 am |

    Then there are the laws of Civil Aviation to consider:

    FAA guidance, recreational drone users must operate as follows:
    •The drone must be flown strictly for recreational or hobby purposes, any use that has even an incidental business purpose likely does not qualify
    •It must be flown within the visual line of sight of the operator
    •It must be “operated in accordance with a community based set of safety guidelines and within the programming of a nationwide community-based organization,” which is understood to include safety standards such as those issues by the Academy of Aeronautics
    •It must weigh no more than 55 pounds
    •It may not be flown within 5 miles of an airport unless the operator has obtained authorization from the air traffic control tower
    •It must not interfere with and must give way to any manned aircraft .

    HAVE FUN WITH YOUR NEW TOY.

  41. Wax Frog | 5:43 pm |

    Homologous? Annulus? Just what sort of forum is this anyway?

  42. DrLex | 2:00 am |

    @Wax Frog: the everyday pullulation forum, obviously.

  43. Marum | 5:03 am |

    @Wax Frog.

    As for me. Ignore it. I always intended to make my career aviation. To that end I was designing (from scratch) my own model aircraft, even as a Primary School boy.
    I even built a rudimentary wind-tunnel to test the lift, and drag of various air-foil (wing) cross sections. Thus, at ten years of age, I was wrestling with the equations of lift vs drag, and the angle of attack in mounting the wings to the body. All this has a bearing on the duration, and stability of flight. Obviously the smaller the wing the lower the drag. But if the wing does no have enough lift, prolonged flight may be rendered impossible. ie. Imagine have a stall speed, less that 10% below cruising speed.

    I once built a model aircraft, with a stall speed abt 3% below cruising speed. As you may imagine, turning to fly downwind usually resulted in an immediate stall, followed by a catastrophic crash.

    Example Model Plane (stall speed 17mph) is flying upwind Into a 5mph wind Airspeed 25mph,, Ground speed15mph, Then you turn downwind. airspeed 15mph, groundspeed 25mph.

    ergo: Destruction of aircraft, and small abrasion on ground. Unless of course one has sufficient altitude to dive, to regain flying speed.

  44. Marum | 5:10 am |

    BTW I should have said: Annular ring.

  45. Marum | 6:33 am |

    Figures implied a cruising speed of 20kph with 0 wind.

  46. Marum | 6:58 am |

    Also, for they who have an advanced knowledge of aerodynamics.
    This is a very rudimentary discourse. I have deliberately not mentioned “wind-shear”. But we know the real reason. Don’t we? 😉

  47. A Non-Y Mouse | 1:08 pm |

    Infinite pleasure for a finite cost. Pascal would be all over that deal.

    (If you see this twice, it’s because the one I submitted from my phone isn’t showing up when I view the page on my computer so I resubmitted. Weird.)

  48. Peter | 3:30 pm |

    I see pollution and exploding population in that country rather than pullulation.

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