Would you like some plane grind Parmesan?
Photo courtesy of John King.
Garlic with iron filings
Healthy garlic flying
We had some plane grinding on the freeway here in San Diego North County!
Whatever you do….Don’t give it a test tickle.
!I put my exclamation at the beginning of the sentence.
I like my planes made of grinding garlic. It is more health.
@Huu Yuu 0406 you could be Spanish.
¿Facil no es companero?
The metal body is made of alliuminium.
I grind my garlic with a plane,
By throwing it through the props,
It may be hard to catch the bits,
But the texture is really tops.
While grinding the plane you may hear it go “Boeing”!
Plane grinding garlic. So it is a type of garlic that can grind planes. Knowing that in WW2 mercury was used to sabotage plane production by slowly corroding planes from the inside, I can assume that this garlic is infused with mercury. That is indeed more health.
@DnT. 0429. It is actually Ti BY441A alloy. For a given cross-sectional area, it is 10 times stronger than steel, and just over half the weight of Aluminium.
More health is fine only if it’s good health. More bad health, not so much.
Oh well, back to the grind.
More garlic, more health. Less kissing, though.
@Algernon 0401 Planes are not mad of steal.
They are mad of condominium.
I actually have grown to like it btter, whn my “E”
ky doesn’t work.
One way ticket, I suppose
As seen in ‘Vampire Diarrhoeas’
@Sventy 2rd 1028. Trying to figure out what a diaeresis is, is driving me dotty.
Warning: mental body
In simple English, when you grind garlic during your flight, the plane won’t crash.
Grinding garlic using high physics for optimal nutritional value!
@BFC 1119. Purely hypothetical old chasp. All the passengers, will be dead before you land anyway. 😆
buffy the vampire slayer just wasn’t the same after the series moved into space
As an engineer, my conscience won’t let me rest, after posting that B/S about Ti BY441A alloy. But there really is a 441 grade stainless steel.
441 grade stainless steel is a ferritic grade S/S alloy. Often used for automotive purposes, such as exhaust pipes. It is highly ductile, and reasonably corrosion resistant. NB. not suitable for food processing.
There! I can sleep now. 😈
Ti BY441A alloy is used for tit protectors, for female Roller Derby compeTITors. 😉
A different plane of existence: The Garlic Zone.
Can’t use it on a flight except in airplane mode.