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There was nothing stopping this American Airways worker from dancing.
USA TODAY

Individuals are discovering all types of the way to go the time whereas ready for his or her planes to take off. 

For the boyfriend of 1 Twitter person, the time was handed making a brand new good friend. 

Twitter person @bricheeseyy, who later stated her name was Brianna Kolbe, shared a video of her boyfriend, Robert Meadows, enjoying rock-paper-scissors with a tarmac employee whereas ready for his or her aircraft take depart Atlantic Metropolis, New Jersey. 

She shared the video with the caption, “My boyfriend actually has no downside making associates with anyone…” 

The video has been seen greater than 6 million instances and has been retweeted greater than 150,00zero instances. It had been preferred greater than 900,00zero instances as of Monday night.

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In an interview with Time magazine, Meadows stated he is prepared for a rematch with the tarmac employee, recognized by the journal as Spirit Airways employee Allain Bantaya. 

Bantaya shared a photograph of himself Monday afternoon with the captain: “Some heroes do not put on capes.” He replied to Kolbe’s video with “bro ur boyfriend was trashinggg me.”

“Folks at all times have a child in them and also you simply should discover a widespread floor,” Meadows told Time. “I really feel like rock-paper-scissors-shoot is such a straightforward widespread floor that everybody can relate to. Everybody form of simply must have a great time.”

One other Twitter person replied to Kolbe’s video with one other video of Bantaya enjoying rock-paper-scissors with another person. 

Kolbe’s video generated some positivity on Twitter on Monday. Just a few replied letting Kolbe know her content material was what they most well-liked to see on the social media platform, and plenty of agreed the video was cute. 

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