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WATCH: Flight Attendant Gives the Funniest In-Flight Safety Demo Ever

If only gin flowed out of oxygen masks in real life

This YouTube video shows a female flight attendant giving the standard in-flight safety lecture in a series of rapid-fire zingers on a Southwest Airlines flight to Salt Lake City. Another female colleague demonstrated how a floatation device works, or “your very own teeny-weeny yellow Southwest bikini,” as the jokester put it. She also said, as that same colleague walked down the aisle to do final checks, “The flight attendants are coming by, hoping you’ll tell them how good looking they are.”

Southwest Airlines has a history of entertaining flight attendants. Renee Allen sang — literally sang country music-style — praises about the food, beverage, and blanket options on a flight to Raleigh, while David Holmes will forever be known as the “rapping flight attendant”, for a 2009 performance on a flight to Las Vegas that went viral.

(h/t Mashable)

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