Pilot Rules Nostalgic Porcelain Sign

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Part# 13-09402
MFR Model# 89B


Hand-crafted reproduction advertising signs made in the USA. These enamel signs are durable and rust-resistant with a lustrous color and finish. Bring a touch of nostalgia to your home, office or hangar. 12 inches x 9 inches, colors may vary.

Sign Verbiage

  1. The pilot always makes the rules.
  2. The rules are subject to change at any time without prior notification.
  3. No co-pilot can possibly know all the rules.
  4. If the pilot suspects the co-pilot knows all the rules, he must immediately change some or all of the rules.
  5. The pilot is never wrong.
  6. If the pilot is wrong, it is due to a misunderstanding which was a direct result of something the co-pilot said or did wrong.
  7. The co-pilot must apologize immediately for causing said misunderstanding.
  8. The pilot may change is mind at any time.
  9. The co-pilot must never change his mind without the express written consent of the pilot.
  10. The pilot has every right to be angry or upset at any time.
  11. The co-pilot must remain calm at all times unless the pilot wants him to be angry and/or upset.
  12. The co-pilot is expected to mind read at all times.
  13. The pilot is ready when he is ready.
  14. The co-pilot must be ready at all times.
  15. Any attempt to document the rules could result in bodily harm.
  16. The co-pilot who doesn’t abide by the rules is grounded.


A fun sign which drops hints with humour. On a negative note, the edges of the sign are razor sharp and poorly finished and will need to be filed down.

Allan I
September 16, 2018


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