To be honest, we found the whole thing rather entertaining, mostly because of how the Southwest boarding process sparks a humorous war between passengers. Those boarding are stereotyping those who are sitting, and those sitting are crossing their fingers the seat beside them doesn't look overly appealing. Someone should do stand up comedy about this, right? Enter Tom Sharp, an amateur comedian who took up the task.
"You're walking onto the plane, and all of a sudden you have your pick of the litter. Almost like it's a homeless animal shelter," Sharp muses. "I'm committed to making sure you don't want to sit next to me. When I fly Southwest Airlines, that's the only time I purposely try to look fat."
In the video of his performance above, Sharp has some classic lines that will have you chuckling to yourself next time you board Southwest (which reminds us... laughing out loud for no reason is a good way to make potential seatmates think you are crazy and look elsewhere). Scroll to 4:32 to hear the bit about Southwest, or click this link to be brought right to it.