I just love the little "there there" pat at the end
Not lying, this happened to me and my brother on our plane, it’s fine though, that part doesn’t matter, it’s just a plastic cover so you don’t touch the cold double-glazed glass. If anyone is in the discord I’ll post the pics of it in a bit
@Jipz, there's a discord for funnypics how have I only just heard about this
@littleG635, the code is XbmnKTG :) will be adding the pics in a bit, they’re on my other phone and I’m out rn
@Jipz, sweet thanks
@Jipz, the only double-glaze I wanna touch is double-glazed doughnuts.
@Jipz, hey, can you repost the link to the discord as the current code expired and I’d personally love to get onto a funny pics discord
@Captain Nibbler , the new permanent code is: gCC8F9m
Inside pane doesn’t do anything. It’s just there to insulate you from the cold outside glass
@carguy25, oh okay thats good. I myself am terrified of plane rides and if I saw that without knowing, I would be terrefied.
@depressedaf, it’s just a piece of trim, it’s not structural. Source-aircraft mechanic
Welcome death with a pat on the snoot
Those are just plastic trim panels, held in by a little tab on the “corners” takes two seconds to change those. Those sidewall panels are only cosmetic and have no effect on the planes safety. Hence why you see things taped up on the inside of some planes. Probably didn’t have time to fix it when it was at the last stop or don’t have the right part. I do this stuff as a job, trust me, planes are 1000x safer than driving but I understand the fears associated with it and happy to help people I sit next to with anxiety when flying
nopenpenope so much nope
Nothing a little glue won’t fix
One way ticket to NOPEville
Dang that 737 is so old it doesn't even have winglets, even retrofitted!