Stop us if you've heard this line before: "Please turn off all personal electronic devices before take-off. Thank you."
Now, the jury's still out on why passengers shouldn't be able to use laptops, iPods or cell phones once a plane starts to move, but one of the more common excu-- er... reasons is because it'll distract you from the in-flight safety instructions.
You know, the same-old instructions about no smoking, buckling your seat-belt or where to find the emergency exits that cabin crew are obligated to perform each time before a plane takes off.
But just because they're redundant doesn't mean they should go unheeded. After all, you never know when your pilot's going to pull an in-flight safety pop quiz on you.
Well, the artists at Cyanide and Happiness, a daily web comic, have an idea of what that might look like if the situation ever occurred. Let's just say if there's anything to take away from this short, it's that it's every passenger for themselves when no one pays attention.
That and never, ever, fly with Magic Airlines.
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