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AIDS: Stuka the determined pegasus foal.
In flight.

See source for previous part.
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Anonymous1: Q: How the fuck?
A: I don't know, but the first person who figures out how to breed flying fluffs is going to be a hero to hugboxers.
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Anonymous2(1): I swear to god, if that thing shits on my car, it's fluffy filet for dinner.

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AIDS: @Anonymous: As far as the narrative has established, Stuka simply flies through willpower and ignorance of the laws of physics.

@Anonymous: Birdshot should do the trick.

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Rick_N_Fluffy: I bet his own "Scree" will do well as Jericho trumpet
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Anonymous3: love that name kek

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Bren: "Stuka"
instant nut

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AIDS: @Anonymous: @Bren:
Along with the Me 262, the Ju 87 is my favourite WWII aircraft.

@Rick_N_Fluffy:
It is highly likely.
As you may have noticed, Stuka has yet to come to grips with how to land. And he does seem to be going quite fast.

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Soulvei: @AIDS: There's a poem that the great author and poet Shel Silverstein wrote called "Gooloo" which is about a bird who flies for its entire life because it has no feet with which to land. It's touted as funny but his drawing of a crying bird laying an egg while in the sky and hoping it lands somewhere safe always made me feel kinda sad.

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AIDS: @Soulvei: I can imagine. Poor bird. :(

Suffice to say, Stuka won't remain airborne forever.
As to how/where he will land, remains to be seen.

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Bren: I personally like the Northrop P-61

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AIDS: @Bren: Oh yes!
That's a sexy beast!
Those twin-boom machines look badass.
Viz: P-38