Tuesday, 22 May 2012

In Flight Entertainment.

Ah, the efficiency of Air Berlin.

Not only do they provide Goofy cartoons on little overhead TVs to alleviate the boredom of flights, they also provide you with instructions on how to turn your paper napkin into a beautiful sculpture of a rose.

Unfortunately the instruction is printed on the napkin, so you need a good memory. Mine is crap.

To be honest I don't think the Japanese origami masters will be losing any sleep when this hits the interwebz. On the plus side the Ryvita-style biscuit with cream cheese, whilst a bit weird, was delicious.

And Goofy was passable.



  1. Are you sure that's not an Olympic torch. It looks like an Olympic torch. You could sell it for thousands...

  2. Were you with someone you could give the 'rose' too? although lets face it your origami skills are just rubbish aren't they? where is the 3d model of the eiffel tower or the inner workings of an engine? you just didn't apply yourself really did you? ps and it so happens I am eating ryvita as I type......weird eh? and messy......

  3. NB - there's a design flaw in a paper Olympic torch somewhere, but I just can't put my finger on it. I'm really looking forward to seeing you on the box in the opening ceremony though.

    Libby - I don't think the portly businessman I was sitting next to would have appreciated very much. In my defence I applied myself pretty well to scoffing the ryvita thingummy and sleeping.