When you cater to people who may or may not speak/read/understand the primary language(s) of an area, companies will often offer instructions that are only in picture form, with no words.
People with a sense of humor will sometimes, shall we say, “reinterpret” these drawings. So instead of knowing how to use the air blower in the restroom, you may see this:
Or a running joke at Disney parks is the reinterpretation of this safety photo:
Among some Disney fans, it’s known as the “No Dancing” sign.
Anyway, every airline has its own version of a flight safety card. The laminated card is usually found in the back pocket of the seat in front of you and it’s pictures of what to do in the case of an emergency. For example, here’s an older version from a Delta plane, and this one is from an American 767-300.
A few funny people at airtoons decided to do what they do best and reinterpret some of these cards, with results that could make you smile, if not maybe even chuckle. Heads up that couple of them are on the naughtier side.
To see all of the “reinterpreted” flight safety cards done by airtoons, go to their Instagram page. Heads up that some are NSFW due to adult language or situations, and others are of questionable taste.
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