Safety briefings are an integral part of any flight. But sadly they aren’t the most exciting part of anyone’s day. But sometimes, a brave, talented, and hilarious flight attendant goes out of their way to make their flight as interesting, exciting, and comical as possible.

It all starts off relatively run of the mill, and the passengers are probably thinking they’re in for the usual safety instructions. They couldn’t be more wrong…

“Position your seatbelt tight and low across your hips, like Michael Phelps wears his Speedos.”

And it doesn’t stop there. “Everybody gets a draw prize in the seat back pocket in front of you, along with 30 diverse chewing gum wrappers, a banana peel, and all the other gifts you leave for us from time to time, it’s a safety information card.

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She goes on to introduce the yellow life jackets apparatus in an incredibly unique way…

“You’ll notice that, in the highly unlikely event that the captain lands us near a hot tub, everyone gets their very own teeny weeny yellow SouthWest bikini. One size fits all.”

Unless you’ve splashed out for first class, airline travel certainly isn’t the most comfortable or spacious form of transport. Our flight attendant clearly understands this and sympathises with her passengers…

“The flight attendants are coming round…they’re gonna make sure your seat is back and tray tables are in their full, upright, and absolutely most uncomfortable position possible and your carry on items are crammed and shoved under the seat in front of you leaving absolutely no room for your knees or feet.”

Some flight attendants are shy about asking you to behave on their flight. Not this one. She’s more than happy to tell you exactly how to behave on board (in a hilarious way, of course)…

“As you know, it’s a no smoking, no whining, no complaining sort of flight. It’s a please and thank you, and you are such a good looking flight attendant flight.”

At the end of the briefing, the flight attendant receives plenty of cheers and applause. Her response is priceless. “OK, that’s sweet, but cash is better!”