Do You Fly By The Seat Of Your Pants? Now You Know Why!

HacksandWhacksPublished: May 13, 20165 views
Published: May 13, 2016

Do you ‘fly by the seat of your pants’ a lot? What does that even mean? Are you using the phrase correctly? Let Professor Good N’ Well end your suspense on this episode of Famous Phrases and Sayings, a HooplaHa Original series featuring comedian Eddie Brill.
Did you know this phrase actually came from flying planes? During flight, a pilot had to make a quit decision when he read the directions wrong! It’s much more interesting than jus that, but I will let the Professor tell you the rest!

Eddie Brill has more than 100 appearances in both TV and film and is best known for his work on The Late Show with David Letterman. If you would like to stay connected to Eddie, follow him on on Facebook and Twitter.

Ready to find out more quirky stories of the origins of phrases and sayings? Check out the Infotainment Channel, part of the HooplaHa Network…and don’t forget to smile!

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