1. Crash Landing
OK, so we didn't really crash land, but sometime during the flight from Atlanta to Orlando a little flap opened in the ceiling of the plane. Thankfully, those famous masks remained in place - that is, until the pilot brought the craft down pretty hard on the runway in Orlando. It was then that the cluster of masks dropped. A ceiling panel above the aisle jostled loose as well.
When the flap opened in the first place, passengers had to wonder, as I did, whether the rest of the masks should have dropped. Were we in need of oxygen in a soon-to-be depressurized cabin? Flight attendants discussed the need for closing the flap, but they knew that tampering with the apparatus could only cause the rest to drop needlessly and cause a panic, so they left things alone. When the tubes and masks all dropped and tickled the bald head below, the staff made sure to instruct the people below not to pull on them in any way for the same reason.
Life is full of adventure.