Air travel can be a pretty stressful experience, so it helps to have flight attendants who are ready to make the journey a little easier and more enjoyable, whether they offer motivational words or add a little pizzazz to their standard instructions.
Passengers on a recent Southwest Airlines flight to Chicago, for example, were treated to flight attendant Zach Haumesser's entertaining landing announcement. Instead of reciting the information in his own voice, he chose to channel several classic Looney Tunes characters.
And we really do mean several. In a video from the flight that's gone viral, Haumesser covers everyone you could imagine, from Bugs Bunny to Foghorn Leghorn to Tweety Bird, transitioning from one impression to the next without missing a beat. His knack for voices makes sense when you learn that he's also a puppeteer.
"What's up, docs?" he begins as everyone's favorite mischievous wabbit, welcoming travelers to the Windy City and advising them to be careful opening the overhead bins, because "ya wouldn't wanna get a bump on the noggin."
The plane's passengers can be heard laughing throughout the announcement, and when he ends with a "meep meep" from the Roadrunner, they burst into applause.
Watch all of the "looney" impressions in the video below: