Being a fighter pilot would be one is one of the most physically difficult and mentally technical jobs on Earth. The people that fly for the United States Service Branches are some of the best and brightest people in the world. I can’t imagine how overwhelming and scary it would be to try to fly a plane, fighter jet, helicopter, or whatever crazy shit the government might be flying around. Just cruising back and forth to the Tasty-Freeze in a slick pickup truck is way more my vibe than military-grade aerial acrobatics. Although in high school, I once rode a shopping cart down a hill and through the parking lot. That was quite the thrill ride. Didn’t even spill my beer or fumble the pizza box. The ladies loved it. Ladies love beer and pizza.
Anyways. I can’t even comprehend the skill, discipline, mental acuity, years of dedication, and tireless work ethic it would take to become a professional pilot of any caliber. Even just flying a little crop duster sounds terrifying to me. This video from Wow! Terrfying! on Twitter details what the cockpit of some sort of aircraft looks like in real time. Whoever the guy flying is, looks like decided to stop being silly and just send it though.
Whatever is going on in that video seems to be happening so fast that there isn’t even time to be scared though. Something tells me a simple video can’t really paint the picture of what it felt like holding onto that steering wheel like your life depends on it. Probably feels similar to trying to hang on to a raging rodeo bull for an 8-second ride.
Dashboard View Of Musical Bros Galavanting Down The Road Looks Magical
No context is provided as to the specifics of the aerial vehicle highlighted in the video, but it’s a crazy scene nonetheless. But I reckon you gotta be crazy to hitch your wagon to a hurricane. To be honest, that looks really stressful. I’d much rather just Cruise around with some hot chick popping out of the South Georgia water if possible. Yeah, this is more my vibe for sure.
Whatever is going on in that video seems to be happening so fast that there isn’t even time to be scared though. My guess is just seeing what that experience is like can’t even begin to replicate the physical vibe of being in that driver’s seat though. Probably feels similar to trying to hang on to a raging rodeo bull for an 8-second ride.
In other truck-related news, I heard a story about some Broke Boy who spent his last $15 bucks to put just enough gas in the tank to go pull a baddie. Heard another good one about some guy who got a brand-new Chevy Silverado at some point. Then he drove it like he stole down a dirt road to get a little Mud On The Tires with his lady. Maybe it was that same guy who once had a Silverado For Sale. Probably not selling it anytime soon though.
They Just Ain’t Making New Old Trucks (or Fighter Jets) No More
New trucks are obviously awesome. But one of the best-kept secrets in life is that they just ain’t making New Old Trucks no more. Especially if it’s a Classic with a little American Rust stuck to it. Don’t be worried about a Little Bit of Rust on your truck though.
If you’re Pickin’ Up Girls then Chicks Dig It. If you are Lucky and If She’s Country, she’ll think it’s hot and still want to Take A Little Ride and go Flyin’ Down Backroad sometime soon. Tell her that even if she don’t like you, then tell her I Got A Car. Ain’t My First Car but it’s easily the best car I’ve ever seen. Some girl wanna be wifey just because she fell in love with My Ride. Just always remember no matter what, if you drink don’t drive. Do the Watermelon Crawl instead. Definitely don’t want to drive that particular Bus Route again.
And if she hears her favorite song then you better Play It Again if you want to keep the vibes immaculate. With any luck, the Creek Will Rise and the real adventure gets going. Good thing it still ain’t a crime around here to talk about girls, trucks, and ice-cold beer, or this ole boy might be in trouble for having Too Much Fun.