It’s hard to name a better invention than an airplane. Being able to get to the most amazing places around the world in a matter of hours is breathtaking.
But, even though we can all agree that airplanes are the greatest thing ever, there’s something about airplane travel we all hate: waiting at the airport.
Whether your flight has been delayed or you’re simply waiting in line or expecting to board at any moment, it can get pretty boring. Even books and time killing games are not that useful in situations like these.
However, for a recent group of passengers, this wait was nothing but fun.
So our gate at Nola Southwest required everyone who asked a question to sing,
explained traveler Mike Vadala under the Facebook video he posted. In an attempt to pare down the line, the clerks introduced this new rule – you ask, you sing. It seems that this particular passenger got tired of waiting, so he decided to put on a show, and surprisingly, it turned out great.
This guy went off,
The random guy in the video seems to have borrowed the microphone from the airport clerks. As the recording starts, we see him singing the last lines of “Wonderwall”. He then changes the style a bit with his energetic “No Diggity” performance. And that’s not all; he managed to get the entire gate to sing along!
Naturally, he wraps up his unique performance with a bold mic drop.
How cool was that? Now, that’s some quality time spent in the waiting room!