87 definitions by Athene Airheart

In the movie business, "take one" is the first try at filming a particular scene. It is what is called out at the beginning. If the actors mess up the lines, etc, it will go to "take two" or "take three" or "take forty-seven."
"Take one!" shouted the director as the scene began.
by Athene Airheart May 15, 2004
Somebody who can't fly.

Not really a derogatory term, but discriptive. Similar to groundhog.
Don't take your cessna below a thousand feet over a city, you don't want to bother the groundlings.
by Athene Airheart March 19, 2005
A rather uncomfortable aeronautical maneuver. When in an airplane, if you fly too slow and the wing gets to the wrong angle in relation to the relative wind, you will stall. If the rudder is moved in the wrong way during that stall, the airplane will turn and go into a spin.

Part of a pilot's training is to learn how to get out of stalls and spins, as they can be deadly if not stopped.
Man, I'm gonna hurl. I did eight spins today and I'm really getting dizzy. Can we go do some other maneuver next time?
by Athene Airheart May 15, 2004
An extremely cool activity, possible with an airplane, preferably a Cessna and a pilot.
It is very fun to see the world from up high when I go flying.
by Athene Airheart March 21, 2004
Humerous version of touch-and-go. Sometimes used when the pilot is having a bad day practicing landings.
"Wow! James really did a lot of bounce-and-goes! Are those landing gear still okay? Better check the inflation on that nose gear strut."
by Athene Airheart March 19, 2004
A particularly unsightly shade of light to medium brown.

Often found on old cars or aircraft.
That car is one ogly shade of shitmuckleyuck, man!
by Athene Airheart March 21, 2004
The assistant to the Goo-Chief at the Olympic Flight Museum and elsewhere.

The Pile-it is in charge of picking things up and piling them.

The name comes from "pilot" who is the natural counterpart of a Crew Chief. Except, in this case, the Goo Chief has more rank than the Pile-it, which is opposite to how the original positions are.
The Goo Chief is going to need the Pile-it's help to clean up after that party...
by Athene Airheart March 20, 2004

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