Best Cabin Pressure Famous Quotes & Sayings

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8 Best Cabin Pressure Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Best Cabin Pressure Sayings By J. B. Smoove: I quit my day job the day my daughter was born. I remember flying to I quit my day job the day my daughter was born. I remember flying to Cleveland and hitting a thunderstorm, which caused the plane to lose pressure, and the oxygen masks fell from the ceiling. We felt the plane dropping; the pilot was taking it down to regain cabin pressure. My heart was in my stomach. I found out after landing that her mom was in labor. I did the show and came back to New York. By the time I walked into the hospital, my daughter was being born. She was waiting for me. She's a sweet daddy's girl. She's premed. She has her own pie company. She works for Habitat for Humanity. — J. B. Smoove
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Best Cabin Pressure Sayings By Tana French: Murder is a high-pressure squad and a small one, only twenty permanent members and under Murder is a high-pressure squad and a small one, only twenty permanent members and under any added strain (anyone leaving, anyone new, too much work, too little work), it tends to develop a tinge of cabin-fevery hysteria, full of complicated alliances and frantic rumors. — Tana French
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Best Cabin Pressure Sayings By Stephen King: The back of the seat in front of Richards was a revelation in itself. There The back of the seat in front of Richards was a revelation in itself. There was a pocket with a safety handbook in it. In case of air turbulence, fasten your belt. If the cabin loses pressure, pull down the air mask directly over your head. In case of engine trouble, the stewardess will give you further instructions. In case of sudden explosive death, hope you have enough dental fillings to insure identification. — Stephen King
Best Cabin Pressure Sayings By Em Elless: Airline fees are ridiculous. I heard they're going to start charging for cabin pressure. Airline fees are ridiculous. I heard they're going to start charging for cabin pressure. — Em Elless
Best Cabin Pressure Sayings By Kathleen A. Kendall-Tackett: When you're a passenger on an airplane, you are told that in the event of When you're a passenger on an airplane, you are told that in the event of a change in cabin pressure, you should put your mask on first and then assist your children. You can't help them if you are unconscious. A similar principle applies with your day to day health. Mothers tend to put others first. While this is admirable in one sense, it is not a good practice in the long run. You cannot strike a balance between your needs and the needs of your family if you are constantly run down. Stop abusing your body. — Kathleen A. Kendall-Tackett
Best Cabin Pressure Sayings By Sharon Guskin: In the event of a change in cabin pressure, the flight attendant on the video In the event of a change in cabin pressure, the flight attendant on the video was saying, you put your oxygen mask on first, pulling the cord, and then you helped others in your party who needed your assistance. The video showed a nice-looking dad tugging the oxygen mask over his own face, his placid daughter sitting quietly beside him, breathing bad air.
What kind of idiot came up with that rule? The didn't understand human nature at all.
She imagined the compartment filling slowly with smoke and Noah beside her, gasping. Did they really think that she could straighten the mask on her own face and breathe in clean air while her asthmatic son struggled to take a breath? The assumption was that she and her child were two different entities with seperate hearts and lungs and minds. They didn't realise that when your child was gasping for air, you felt your own breath trapped in your chest. — Sharon Guskin
Best Cabin Pressure Sayings By John David Finnemore: Sean Connery, in Vyshny Volochyokin the rain on a drizzly solo trek, said, "forgetting my Sean Connery, in Vyshny Volochyok
in the rain on a drizzly solo trek,
said, "forgetting my sweater
has made me much wetter.
I certainly do miss my polo-neck."
- Arthur Shappey, Limerick, Cabin Pressure — John David Finnemore
Best Cabin Pressure Sayings By Jodi Ellen Malpas: I don't know, cabin pressure. It might squish the babies I don't know, cabin pressure. It might squish the babies — Jodi Ellen Malpas