Is this a tiny person in a glider being held by a woman in a bikini, or a giant woman in a bikini holding a man in a glider?


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/04/18/is-this-a-tiny-person-in-a-gli.html


#2

ahh 1976… yep that says it all.


#3

Odd, she looks more like a swimsuit model than a radio model.


#4

“Is this a tiny person in a glider being held by a woman in a bikini, or a giant woman in a bikini holding a man in a glider?”

Questions like this is what leads to odd fetishes.

Also, I’d be remiss if I didn’t post this song.


#5

"full-size Messerschmitt," too!

I left one of those in the mens room bout an hour ago.


#6

What glider?


#7

Both Models are Radio Controlled?

also at first glance I thought this said: “HORNY MAGAZINE”
50%20PM


#8

And I would be remiss if I did not post my revision of the lyrics to that most excellent song:

All I want to do
Is see you turn into
A little kitten
    A little kitten!

All I want to be
Is someone who gets to see
A little kitten

All I want to do
Is help you turn into
A little kitten
    A little kitten!

All I want to be
Is someone who gets to see
A little kitten

Oh I know it’ ll be great
and I just can’t wait
to see you crawling
up the curtains
if you give it a go
you could make a great show
because you are
a little kitten

You might even like
napping and purring
And if you don’t,
you can revel in furry
but if it were me
I’d really want to be
A little kitten
    A little kitten!

All I want to do
Is see you turn into
A little kitten


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#9

Come on, folks, it isn’t that hard: Full-size plans in the model airplane world means “full size of the model”. In other words, if the model has a five foot wingspan, then the plans show the wing with a (full-size) span of 60", even if the prototype has a span of 40’. Back in the bad old days some plans were published at a fraction of construction size to fit them onto the pages of the magazine; the hobbyist had to scale them up before he could start building.


#10

Looks to me like an excuse to put up a picture of a woman in a bikini.


#11

Came here to post exactly that. And the little plastic guy in the cockpit is cleanly painted, but C’mon already! It’s not that good. I’ve seen the exact same pilot sold at many a hobby shop.


#12

Its a giant radio control bikini model hence totally appropriate.


#13

Somebody summon the “why not both” girl forthwith!


#14

Well to be fair, there is water right there. She could have been going for a swim and was like, "Cool plane, can I see it??


#15

NO! It’s clearly Action Man (GI Joe?) and what he is seeing here, with his ‘eagle eyes’, can hardly be believed!


#16

Kung Fu Grip!


#17

Is that what he’s seeing? Her grip on the glider is a martial arts style grip? :wink:
(I don’t think that’s where his eagle eyes will be focused.)

(I know, I know.)


#18

We were just referencing the ME-163 in another thread this afternoon.

Not a very big plane, certainly, but very interesting.


#19

Most of the RC magazine covers are (or were) like this; occasionally they had fully-clothed men.


#20

I’m guessing that they are referring to the question posed in the the title.