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This Flight Attendant Channeled 'Magic Mike' In His Pre-Flight Safety Announcements

If you've ever flown on an airplane you know what to expect.

Cramped legroom, subpar food, and crying babies. Then, there are the pre-flight rituals where a flight attendant stands in front of you and demonstrates a bunch of safety features.

Now, some flight attendants just do the bare minimum and get through the safety compliance portion without a hiccup. But then some take extra joy and pride in their jobs, like this one Southwest attendant who used the opportunity to make some people laugh on board.

She's not the only amazing attendant starting off people's trips right. As it turns out, there are other employees who work up in the sky that are dedicated to making you feel as happy as possible, no matter how silly it might make them look.

And you'd be hardpressed to find a flight attendant who works harder for that than this man who really gets into his sensual pre-flight safety routine. Much to the delight of the aircraft's passengers.

I mean, just look at this gem of a man.

The video, uploaded by Samantha Lynch Kintner, features the man pulling off a routine that looks like it could've come straight out of Magic Mike.

Whether it's seductively pulling and fastening seatbelts, slowly unraveling life vests and then blowing into them, this man can do no wrong. He's totally owning his flight attendant gig.

And not only did people in the video love it, but Facebook is fawning over him as well.

Others felt that his safety demonstration was distracting to the point of being potentially harmful.

While some thought the man was doing God's work essentially, considering just how stressful air travel is.

I'd have to agree. In between shopping around for the most affordable tickets that'll actually get you back home in a reasonable amount of time, trying to make your flight and running around a strange airport while praying your flight hasn't been delayed, and after going through security checkpoints (and if you have a name like mine, the joy of constantly being selected for random searches), it'd be nice to meet a stranger who's just trying to put a smile on your face. Especially if he's acting totally silly to do so.

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