SEE IT: Flight Attendant Hilariously Informs Passengers Using ‘Looney Tunes’ Voices
Air travel can be monotonous and boring, especially if you fly frequently for work. It gets old, stale, and tedious. However, sometimes — not nearly enough, unfortunately — airline employees spice things up and make the flight more interesting. In this hilarious video, taken on a Southwest Airlines flight landing in Chicago, an extremely talented flight attendant impersonates Looney Tunes characters as the plane makes its final descent into the Windy City.
His impressions and sound effects are absolutely spot-on, and he seamlessly transitions from one character to the next. It’s also important to note that he still manages to do his job perfectly; in addition to performing, he provides clear, well-thought-out information and instructions. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of this video is that the attendant talks in these voices for more than two minutes, and he’s not even reading a script! Now that’s talent.
Our favorite line — though there are many to choose from — is, “Items may have shifted during flight and could fall out. And trust me, you wouldn’t wanna get a bump on the noggin’!”
When his message concluded — the last words were, fittingly, “That’s all folks!” — he appropriately received a rousing applause from the entertained passengers.
Hollywood producers, are you watching? Hire this guy before another studio swoops him up and puts him in the next Disney movie.
What do you think of this? Would you find it annoying while on board, or would this make the flight more fun? Let us know, and make sure to SHARE this man’s brilliance with your friends.