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Flight Attendant Entertains Passengers During Safety Check

The passengers of a Southwest airline flight paid very close attention to some funny safety instructions from Marty Cobb.
Posted at 1:47 PM, Apr 14, 2014

​If airplane flights have you tense, this Southwest Airlines attendant might be the perfect cure to lighten your mood.

"A Southwest Airlines flight attendant gave her safety information speech. ... It's a please and thank you, and you-are-such-a-good-looking-flight-attendant flight." (Via HLN)

The clever flight attendant, Marty Cobb, started off the safety instructions with a bang as she introduced the other attendants.

"If I can pretend to have your attention for just a few moments, my ex-husband, my new boyfriend and their divorce attorney are going to show you the safety features." (Via YouTube / Marta SWA flight attendant)

If that doesn't loosen you up, we're not sure what will! She might even be better than a lot of comedians out there — just listen to the roar of laughter!

"Everybody gets their very own teeny-weenie yellow Southwest bikini." (Via YouTube / Marta SWA flight attendant)

Her performance was so good, she even got a round of applause when she finished … and our comedic approval. But this isn’t the first time Southwest flight attendants have dazzled their passenger-audience.

In 2010, The Huffington Post gave us an overview of the six funniest Southwest flight attendants. These attendants delivered the safety instructions in a variety of ways.

But one who truly became a YouTube sensation was David Holmes, who loved getting the audience involved.

"There ya go, keep that going. This is flight 372 on SWA. The flight attendants on board, servin' you today." (Via YouTube / rerro)

Woo! I mean, you have your audience strapped in to a confined area … it would be weird if you didn't put on a show. Right?