Read Rowen's post jackass, and if you're still not convinced, read this:
Bad Travel Trend…they found another body in the wheel-well of a British Airways jet that flew from London to LAX yesterday…if you remember, we had one of those stories a few weeks ago here…do I spot a bad travel trend? BTW…I checked, most die trying to travel like this from either extreme cold, that lack of oxygen thing at 39,000 feet, or from being unable to secure themselves when the landing gear doors open and fall more than 1,000 feet…but amazingly, a few folks have survived: according to the LATimes, in 2000, a man survived a flight from Papeete, French Polynesia, to LAX. His core body temperature when he was found at LAX was 79 degrees, well below what is normally fatal. A Cuban man made it alive to Montreal in the wheel well of a plane in 2002. And in 1999, an 18-year-old Senegalese man survived a five-hour flight to France--but ironically died after he stowed away on another flight later that year…dead set against buying a ticket I guess!
That being said, would you like some milk to help you eat your words?