Aero Fun

Definitely the lighter side of aviation...

Stork noseart  
Engine Failure: A condition which occurs when all fuel tanks become filled with air.  
  Glide Distance: Half the distance from an airplane to the nearest emergency landing Field
Service Ceiling: Altitude at which cabin crews can serve drinks.  
  Miss Appropriation
Tail Wind: Results from eating beans, often causing Oxygen deficiency in the immediate vicinity.  
  And then there was some description similar to this:
Instrument flying is the understanding of the pilot s brain, that there is a vision beyond sight.
Sticker in Pink Boogie Short Skyvan used exclusively for parachutists:
There were times when sex was safe and skydiving was dangerous
During development of the A-7 Strike Fighter modification, it was necessary to ballast the nose to balance the plane for the F-101 engine. The U.S. Air Force strongly objected to use of the term "ballast," so the aerodynamics engineer then proposed 300 pounds of "Passive Stability Augmentation."
Cessna artwork  
Some funny notes from AvWebs' Short Final section:
Pilots with a short pitot tube and low manifold pressure are advised to taxi up close...
Frustated Controller at LaGuardia on a busy day:
"Skyhawk 735 do a one minute 360 for spacing on the final"
Veteran, cool, knowledgeable pilot:
"A standard rate-turn 360 degrees takes two minutes"
Contoller: "Do a 180 and back'er in"