Imagine being stuck in an airport during a 2-hour flight delay. The airline starts up a game of who has the worst driver's license photo. A 2-hour flight delay doesn't sound too bad anymore, right? A woman from Florida had her flight delayed by 2 hours. Suddenly, a Southwest agent offered a game of \u201cWin a prize for the worst driver\u2019s license picture.\u201d One of the passengers, Kristen Dundas, documents the hilarious event on Twitter. \u201cMy flight to Washington DC has been delayed for almost 2 and a half hours and I was getting HEATED until this gate agent started playing games with everyone waiting to pass the time and now I\u2019m like I\u2019ll wait all damn night if you keep this up \ud83e\udd23\u00a0#amazing," she writes. One passenger, in particular, loved the worst driver's license photo contest https:\/\/twitter.com\/SouthwestAir\/status\/1164700811122757632?ref_srctwsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1164700811122757632&ref_urlhttps%3A%2F%2Fpeople.com%2Ftravel%2Fsouthwest-worst-drivers-license-photo-contest-flight-delay%2F Southwest Airlines replies to the tweet, saying, "I'm glad our Agent was able to make the delay a little more bearable for y'all, Kristen! We hope to have you on your way ASAP. -Alec" The spokesperson that Kristen spoke with, Alec, was also sure to let the Orlando Southwest team know what great of a job they did. When Kristen let Alec know that they were finally taking off, she says, "Please give that team kudos in Orlando - they were amazing!" Alec responds with, "Send over your confirmation in a DM, and I'll be sure they get the recognition they deserve!" Kristen originally is furious, but soon is having tons of fun with the other passengers and Southwest agents Southwest Airlines \/ Courtesy Kristen Dundas Kristen speaks to CNN about the experience and how she turned from furious to jubilant with the onset of the games. \u201cI was really irritated that the flight kept getting delayed,\u201d she says. \u201cOnce he started playing games, I was laughing and having a great time and didn\u2019t even mind that the flight was delayed.\u201d This is not the first time that Southwest agents have gone out of their way to make flight delays a bit more bearable. In 2017, they promised free WiFi to someone who could make the best paper airplane during a flight delay in Dallas, TX. That's definitely one way to keep people busy and keep the time passing! Southwest Airlines plane \/ Chris Parypa Photography\/Shutterstock Dan Landson, a Southwest Airlines spokesperson, speaks about Kristen's experience. He says that it's "another example of how we encourage our employees to have fun with customers." https:\/\/youtu.be\/mlp01SjqI2s One airline crew helped out one day pull off a hilarious mid-air prank on his daughter! Check out the hilarious and heartwarming story here!