Last Sunday a Southwest Airlines gate agent in New Orleans announced to passegners at gate B7 that if they wanted to ask a question they’d first have to sing a song.
One man had a question, so he broke into the 1997 Grammy-winning “No Diggity” by Blackstreet.
Other passengers in the gate area even join in with the chorus, “I like the way you work it.”
“No diggity” “means ‘absolutely’ or ‘for sure'” and the song’s “lyrics are a suggestive prelude to sex.”
The New Orleans paper, The Times-Picayun, calls it a good reminder that “waiting in the airport can actually sometimes be a very good experience.”