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bouncebounce crunch27/08/2015 12:25:38
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If your wife, hubby, girlfriend, boyfriend or business partner was an aeroplane what would they be?

my wife= C130 - Hercules, many rescue missions for our kids and troop drop at pubs.

my business partner= a kite, can't do much unless things are moving around him.

john stones 127/08/2015 12:41:22
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Mine would be a free flight....fill her up with fuel, who knows where she'll end up wink

John

Dylan Reynolds LaserCraft Services27/08/2015 12:52:59
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Mine would be a miltary jet, always creeping up and frightening the life out of you when you least expect it smile d

Bob Cotsford27/08/2015 13:01:53
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Mine would have been a VietNam era Huey Cobra, a constant chattering that became part of the background, always buzzing round and ready to strike!

Essjay27/08/2015 13:19:43
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I'm not married, but lady aquaintances I have known in the past I have treated like highly aerobatic aircraft. They will always try to head in their current direction, but with a bit of clever piloting can usually be brought back on track. wink

IanN27/08/2015 13:24:07
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Dangerous territory, chaps laugh. I can only presume your other halves don't look in on here. If they do, and you haven't chosen your comparison wisely, the aircraft you may most require might be one of these .....

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Bill_B27/08/2015 20:49:42
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Mine is like the P-40 in the photo; old, temperamental.....well I think the picture explains the rest better than I can describe. devil

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Mr.B.28/08/2015 11:43:48
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Beaufighter. A pair of big Bristols.

David Holland 228/08/2015 11:54:11
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Mr B, love it! The present Mrs H, a J3 Cub. Could only just kill me if she really tried.

Vecchio Austriaco28/08/2015 12:04:25
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Extra 300. Sometimes difficult to start - but good looking and once running an excellent performer.

VA

MattyB28/08/2015 14:26:28
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Guys guys, danger danger - make sure you clear your browser history, you do not want your other half finding this thread!!!

Fredrum28/08/2015 14:44:48
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Mine's a Stuka - 'Screaming Death'.

Or an F1D model. Once you wind her up, she goes on forever.

It's a good thing I'm using an avatar.

Colin Carpenter28/08/2015 14:54:23
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Hi. Mine would be an EE Lightning ! One wrong word and goes vertical in a split second !!!😈

Dave Hopkin28/08/2015 16:17:26
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Mine would be a cross between a U2 and an A10............. in constant surveillance then swooping down with all guns blazing.....

Jon - Laser Engines28/08/2015 17:33:56
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A Stampe i think. looks great, slightly alternative, nice sound (she sings) and generally not too complicated.

On the flip side however, not that fast and tricky to handle if the wind is from the wrong direction

Josip Vrandecic -Mes28/08/2015 18:50:48
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Honestly I never thought of it on that way, but that I think..... could be a DC-3 Dakota , to share food and everything needs such during the Cold War in Berlin....smile o

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If I do not answer for a while,this means then She turned into a Thunderbolt P-47 (dangerously armed)...teeth 2

kevin b28/08/2015 20:21:14
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I don't have a partner crying

I do have a large workshop, where I can go when I want, for as long as I like. A collection of aircraft, where I can keep where I want and it doesn't matter if the car has a caster oil scent. I suppose that's some comfort wink 2

Current favourite song ? Brad Paisley. You need a man around here thumbs up

My business partner is a bit like my trainer. Probably flies ok by itself, but if I take my fingers off the sticks - instant crash.

DCW28/08/2015 21:32:02
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smileyThis is one of the best threads yet! Let's hope the ladies don't see it...

My wife would be a Brequet 905 Fauvette. I was fortunate enough to have a half share in a 1/1 size version. With it's dolphin shaped fuselage, tapering wings, elegant 'V' tail and original color scheme, it just seemed to solicit for attention.

The first time I flew it with it's sensitive controls, it scared the pants of me and at first I didn't go very far with it, but once I got to know it there was no holding me back. I didn't want to fly anything else...

DW

Stevo28/08/2015 21:35:56
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SWMBO = Doodlebug

Drones on an on for hours, goes very quiet then blows up with tremendous force.

Or should I say a Curtis Seagull.  comes home from work, flaps around, poops over everyone and moves off upstairs. I really had to use my imagination there to keep it within the boundaries of this forum!

Edited By Stevo on 28/08/2015 21:40:15

Brian Cooper29/08/2015 07:07:22
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Mine would be one of those things where every detail is a complete bitch to live with.

Fortunately mine flew away years ago and I never bothered to go and look for it. yes

Happy days (now).

B.C.

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