For those that actually want to know the real reason, birds like geese will fly in a V pattern where each bird flies slightly higher than the one behind them. This way it reduces the amount of wind resistance on the bird behind. The geese take turns leading in front in order to conserve energy for long flights. The more you know.
@Nagsheadnut, yes! We call it Windschatten/windshadow in German. I think cyclists use it to their advantage as well during races.
@Nagsheadnut, fake, obviously the V is for vengeance
@Prince super Vegeta , I thought it was for Vendetta
@A pet named Steve, also in car races such as F1 and 'NASCAR'
@A pet named Steve, that is correct c:
Alfred Hitchcock predicted it