Just read some of the funny comments people have heard on in-flight Channel 9 (pilots to ATC, etc.) and remembere some good F/A announcements I have personally heard along the way:
Trans-Texas Airlines (about 1968-1970) DC-3 about to depart DFW
for San Angelo. Only two or three pax and 1 female F/A:
F/A: "Okay, boys, fasten your lap straps! Big Daddy's up front and we goin' for a ride!"
Southwest Airlines (2004) B-737 after landing at Las Vegas and while still taxiing to the gate:
Female F/A: "Please keep your seat belts fastened and remain seated until the aircraft comes to a complete stop."
A few moments later, before arriving at the gate, several pax are standing up, getting things from the overhead bins, etc.
Female F/A (in a stern voice): "Uh uh uh! I hear clicking..."
Absolute silence enveloped the cabin until we parked, the front door was opened, and until that same F/A said:
"Okay, you can get up now."
Southwest Airlines (circa 2002) during pre-takeoff pax briefing:
Female F/A: "The exit doors are located at the front and back of the cabin and over the wings. If you are sitting in a seat next to the emergency exit and you just don't feel like doing anything today, please find a seat in another part of the cabin."
"There may be old pilots, and there may be bold pilots, but there are darn few green cows"