The first successful airplane was invented over a hundred years ago.
Since then, people have been flying all over the world and have had the privilege of getting to any destination quickly and efficiently. Depending on the price of your flight, your service can include a lot of different amenities. For example, first-class travelers get more personal space, wider seats and a better food menu. As it turns out, passengers on Southwest Airlines also sometimes get a full stand-up comedy routine.
The man who filmed the video was coming back home on a Southwest flight, and he had the pleasure of meeting one of the funniest flight attendants ever.
He captured the whole thing on video, and we’re so grateful that he did.
First, some brief introduction information—in command of this aircraft is Captain Justin, assisted by First Officer Michael.
George, Chris and Michael are the cabin staff. Those might seem like random names, but you’re going to remember them after watching the hilarious video.
The comedy begins when they begin to point out the safety features of the aircraft.
“In the event that you have not been in an automobile since 1942, we’re going to show you how to fasten a seatbelt—watch closely!”
Everyone on the plane laughs, but the flight crew is just getting started.
“Seatbelts need to be low and tight across your hips just like the hot pink Speedo I’m wearing tonight when we get to the hotel hot tub.” Again, everybody is cracking up—if this man ever loses his job, he can definitely try his hand at comedy!
To be honest, he should try it in any case—people would probably enjoy his sense of humor.
He keeps the act going by saying that anyone who doesn’t like his jokes has six ways out of the airplane.
That’s definitely a unique way to describe the plane’s exit doors!
He also mentions that it’s very important everyone note that they are on a non-smoking flight. “If you have to have a cigarette this evening,” before the plane lands, “there are two entertainment lounges for you—one’s out there on the left-wing, the other is directly across the hallway on the right-wing!”
Just so you know, tampering with the smoke detectors in lavatories could cost you $2,200.
“You know, if you had $2,200, you’d be on American Airlines in first class.” Once again, everyone in the cabin is cracking up.
He goes on to describe more of the safety equipment with his usual wit.
“In case of decompression, four Saffron yellow, buttercup masks designed by Gucci and Martha Stewart” will drop from the compartment above, he explains.
In case you didn’t laugh at the attendant’s jokes so far, his final message will get you.
It’s a song, and it goes like this: “We love you, you love us, we’re much faster than the bus.”
“We hope you enjoy our hospitality, marry one of us, and you’d fly free!”
Since the video was posted, more than 22 million YouTube viewers have watched and shared this clip—and it’s easy to see why! Flying on a plane can be pretty stressful, and nobody likes to think about what could go wrong on a flight. Fortunately, this man found a way to make the whole thing light and fun.
Good job sir, you really made us laugh!
Check out the full performance in the link below:
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Source: YouTube/Launch Gaming