What's wrong with this picture? (Just a bit o' trivia)There is an inaccuracy in the picture of the ship. It is also present in most other pictures of the Titanic I have seen, including book covers. There is no prize for giving the correct answer, just the satisfaction of you and I knowing something that other people do not.
.....and telling people about it. :)
Wow! I didn't see it before. The RMS Titanic was 882 feet 8 inches long, 92 feet 6 inches in breadth. In THIS drawing it is only 882 feet SEVEN inches long! I can't believe I missed that.
...I give up...NO WAIT! I think I know. The captain of the ship is on deck yelling, "I'm king of the world!" Which really didn't happen.right?
The ship should be vertical not horizontal.
I think I know. The real Titanic had people jumping off even before it left the harbor.
Okay, here it is - - - All paintings and drawings of the Titanic are not the actual size of the ship.
If you magnify all paintings of the Titanic you will notice that on the deck there are ants. Science has proven that no ants were on the Titanic.
I took a photo from the internet of the real Titanic and placed it alongside the illustration above. Upon careful examination I noticed a man dressed like a grenade in the photo of the actual maiden voyage. Live and learn.
Tricky, but I believe I know what the inaccuracy is. Y'see, the Titanic was actually a hover craft. It should be sailing ABOVE the water by about two feet.
I was one of the survivors on that fateful day and so I was there to see it first hand. The mistake made by most artists who depict the Titanic is quite simple, really. You see, an artist usually paints just "Titanic" on the side of the vessel. In reality, "RMS Titanic" was the wording. I think the RMS stands for "Remember Meryll Streep".
Please don't take offense at this, but you are a liar and a fraud.
Okay, Stranger! We gots ta know! Tell us!!
There is smoke coming out of the 4th stack. The Titanic only had three real smoke stacks. The 4th one was fake, constructed for appearance sake to give the ship a more symmetrical look.ALL of the guesses, though, were lots funnier than the real answer
Good to know! Here are some other interesting facts concerning the Titanic...http://www.eszlinger.com/titanic/titanfacts.html
Corky's float correct?
He didn't need one. They don't call him Corky for nothing.
Alright, spammers, the gig is up! That is the phrase, isn't it? Anyway...
Every ship should stock up on Ivory soap. Ivory soap floats.