Piggyback – a strange word – isn’t it? Have you ever seen a stack of pigs?

I could understand frogbacking, maybe…Frogsor swanback? Perhaps…SwanEven apebackpacking.
APesThe closest thing to piggybacking I have ever seen,

are the Brementown MusiciansimgresBut, there’s still no sign of a pig, is there?

In any event, today I am going to piggyback on a recent post from Where’s My Backpack. Ailsa wrote about Air New Zealand’s ingenious inflight safety film, which should come with a warning to menopausal women to cross their legs to avoid the effects of sudden outbursts of laughter. I thought Virgin America’s film was innovative until I found this one by Thomson, a british holiday company that has a very interesting apprentice program.

Buckle up and Enjoy!

Some piggyback ride, eh? Happy trails…

About Donna Gwinnell Lambo-Weidner

I am an adventure seeking ponderer of the mysteries of the universe, writer of children's books (represented by Stephen Fraser of the Jennifer DeChiara Literary Agency), and lover of anything involving armor, archery, or swashbuckling.
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  1. Ute Anori says:

    Danke liebe Donna! Hab mich köstlich amüsiert! Schön – mit einem Lachen aus dem Herzen den Tag zu starten……L.G. Anori


  2. john toen says:

    You asked, I delivered. John



  3. Donna, your post brought a streaming series of flight memories… My favorites included Egypt Air’s old safety cartoon featuring a heavily moustached man with a gut performing the necessary functions of an attentive passenger. The other was a ferry boat video between Playa del Carmen and Cozumel with Speedy Gonzales as the key harbinger of all things ship shape. But this, produced by Air New Zealand, might take the glittering disco ball award: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=So2x_sU7gok
    Thanks for the laugh!


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