So just what is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

One of the things I love about the Net is the fact that you can often times find answers to even the most ridiculous of questions. Questions such as: What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

So what is the answer? Roughly 11 meters per second, or 24 miles an hour.

And people say science can’t answer the really tough questions.

3 thoughts on “So just what is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

  1. If I haven’t gotten any in awhile, does that make me unladen, too?

    Or if I just finished receiving oral from a stewardess, does the airspeed of that swallow really matter?

    /thirty-something going on 15

  2. I can’t believe that we had to wait until the second comment for someone to ask the all important African or European question, the standard of commenting around here is plummeting, and for what? A bit of cheap sexual innuendo.  I suggest, Alex that you spend a bit more time watching a few classic comedy movies and a bit less time thinking about air stewardesses and their pretty young bodies encapsulated in their functional but stylish uniforms with their oh so eager to please but quick to reprimand glances, instructing you in the safety drill with a directness that you just know means they have a grip like a vice and aren’t afraid to scream loudly for their partners to fulfill their needs whilst maintaining a control as firm as their breasts that rise beneath the rich cloth of the suit.  Oops must dash got another entry to post to Ornithology Today.

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