We can’t stop laughing at this flight attendant’s spot-on “Looney Tunes” impressions
Flying can be a stressful experience. Getting through the airport is a huge hassle and once you’re in your seat, you may be experiencing totally understandable jitters about being hurled up 40,000 feet in the air. Plus, there’s that baby crying in front of you, that kid who won’t stop kicking your seat, and that lady who wouldn’t move her fancy fur coat so you could put your carry-on in the overhead. Ugh, it’s just a mess.
We could all use a little levity when it comes this whole plane-riding business, which is why we’re obsessed with the internet’s newest viral sensation — Zach Haumesser, the man of a thousand voices. Make that Looney Tunes voices. In a video that has racked up 1.3 million views in the past few days, Haumesser sits in the back of a plane, buckled into his attendant seat, and uses the sound system to give the passengers the in-flight entertainment of a lifetime.
“Shhh, be vewy, vewy quiet, we have weached your destination,” Haumesser begins the show, doing a spot-on Elmer Fudd.
He continues to welcome passengers to Chicago as Bugs Bunny and goes through post-flight safety in our favorite cartoon rabbit’s voice.
“Please be careful while opening up the overhead bins, for items may have shifted during flight and could fall out and trust me, you wouldn’t want to get a bump on the noggin!” Haumesser says, a la Bugs.
He proceeds to show off his spot-on Sylvester the Cat, Tweety Bird, Foghorn Leghorn, Porky Pig, Pepe Le Peu, Yosemite Sam, and Roadrunner.
After receiving uproarious applause for his performance, Zach shrugs in the cutest “I was just goofing around, no big deal” way, but obviously ,it’s a huge deal (see: the million plus hits on YouTube). We hope Haumesser does Looney Tunes landing instructions on every flight, because man does this video make us want to book a Southwest flight to Chicago just to get to hang out with this awesome dude.
Check out the vid below!