Flight Attendant Turns Safety Demonstration Into Comedy Routine, Because Flying’s Not Awful Enough Already
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Commercial air travel is one of the worst, most frustrating ways to get around. Southwest flight attendant Martha Cobb decided to mix things up and turn her in-flight safety briefing into a comedy routine. She got laughs, so at least some of her passengers were into it, but please — other flight attendants — don’t start doing this.
I’m all for comedy, but in context. I don’t give safety instructions in the middle of a comedy set, and when I’m flying I just want to get where I’m going and be bothered as little as possible. I don’t think I’m alone. To Martha’s credit, the fact that she got any laughs at all from a plane full of people who probably just want to put on headphones and read Sky Mall is impressive. Even so, the in-flight safety briefing is enough of a nuisance without the flight attendant trying to make jokes.
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