An extreme example of pilot jargon

This is from an actual FAA transcript of a fighter pilot talking to a local tower, presumed to be from somewhere in the Southern United States.

Pilot: This is chrome-plated stove-pipe triple-nickle eight ball, angels eight, five in the slot, boots on and laced, I wanna bounce and blow.

Tower: Roger, you've got the nod to hit the sod.

The translation goes something like this:

Pilot: This is silver jet, 5558 (callsign), height 8000ft, 5 miles inbound (to the runway), gear down and locked, request permission for a touch and go.

Tower: Roger, cleared for touch and go.

The transcript has appeared in many aviation magazines and probably quite a few websites.