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By maddiecat / Tuesday 8 January 2013 05:34 / United States - Saint Louis
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  nycwrestler  |  17

Ugh this pun is too complex, it went right over my head.

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  brett1506  |  12

You should of pop'd him one in the head for saying that.

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  HollyDolly660  |  8

Does anybody else think it's a douche move for a guy to dump pop all over a girl, even if she was singing?

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  marcranger  |  28

109, nope. There's a special circle of hell for people who talk or, in this case, sing during a movie. OP got the very least of what she deserved. I'd say that regardless of either party's gender.

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Yes. They should have just had OP removed from the theater and seen if they could get their money back for another ticket if they actually had to leave the room to get an usher or whatever to do so.

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  Zebediabolical  |  36

I dunno. It'd be worth a five dollar soda to me not to have to leave and find the usher. I work on a pretty tight schedule, so when I'm at a movie, that is the movie that i have time and intent to see. If I have to leave, even if I get a free ticket to a later show, odds are I'm not going to make it back before it expires.

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  poccocurantes  |  7

#115 Totally agree. What kind of malfunction do you have to have to think your singing in a movie theater would be appreciated by an audience that came to see professional actors perform a classic musical and pay those prices for popcorn and soda? Maybe I personally wouldn't have dumped soda on her head but I certainly would have clapped.

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  poccocurantes  |  7

#141 This is why I never go to a movie without my meat thermometer. It is a pastime of mine check peoples body temperature when they are doing something idiotic. I would like to talk to Docbastard about doing a paper on this for JAMA.

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  RinoaHeartilly  |  29

No. The sex of the people doesn't matter. He could have handled it better but she was being an annoying, inconsiderate bitch and I'm sure he wasn't the only one who wanted to do that to her.

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  jojimugo  |  19

I know they do but dammm pouring a drink on someone is a little to much

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  perdix  |  29

#2, I actually go to watch other people. I go to the front row, kneel in the seat facing backwards and stare at the audience. I'm usually escorted out within 15 minutes, but the scene I cause is more entertaining that 95% of the slop dumped upon the screens.

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  cassie94_fml  |  20

It's a musical. People are going to sing along. Don't go to a see a musical if you don't want to hear it

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  TheDrifter  |  23

Perhaps there was one or more shouts to stfu and OP just tuned them out? It doesn't sound like consideration for others is high on op's priority list when the urge to karaoke strikes.

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  siickman  |  7

Any theatre ask for an arm and a leg for the food and drinks. The candy box is like 4$ and its not king size, and you find the same size outside for like $1.75 or something like that. I just sneak my things in.

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The thing about that, is that the movie theaters actually make very little off of the movies they play. The ticket price goes to the film company. Movie theaters have to make their profit from the concession stands. Hence the high prices.

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Yes but if they lowered the prices by even less than half, more people would buy snacks and drinks. When we went to see the Hobbit, my sister in law paid over a hundred dollars for four peoples tickets plus drinks and popcorn. I used to manage a theater...it doesn't cost enough to run the movies as they make off the crap they sell.

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This explains why the local 1-room theater shut down. They had really good prices for food. No reason to try to bring your own in. They even cooked pizza and brought it to you in your seat.

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

@116 - same here. We had an actual sit down restaurant style theatre where you could order regular restaurant food at semi reasonable prices, including beer. They shut down recently also.

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  saksxalmo  |  20

I'm going to go read a study about people's actual ability to even distinguish bottled water from tap, then come back here and laugh at you. Ya damn bottled water snobs.

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  Cleo88  |  6

I've done a blind taste test on types of water and while I couldn't distinguish them all I definitely got some right, Dasani was one of them. They definitely taste different

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  Cleo88  |  6

I've done a blind taste test on types of water and while I couldn't distinguish them all I definitely got some right, Dasani was one of them. They definitely taste different

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  heliraptor  |  13

192, if you can't tell the difference between tap and bottled water, I recommend you learn. Google some of the research that has been done on the subject of fluorine in the water supplies, and the effects it can have on IQ and other neurological functions, it's scary shit dude. Not to sound like a conspiracy weirdo, but there's something off with all that. Just my thoughts, though.

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  saksxalmo  |  20

#205-- Or we could, you know... Take better care of our teeth... Besides, there's a lot of sketchy history behind the fluorine thing. Something about getting rid of factory waste. I don't remember most of it. But yeah, I'm pretty sure bottled water has fluorine in it, too, it's worse for the environment, and it's more expensive so...

By  GhostChickens  |  17

He should have asked you to be quiet first if you were bugging him, dumping soda over someone is mean and humiliating. Still, he didn't pay to hear you sing. Maybe next time just mouth the words.

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One does not simply, sing-along during Les Mis...

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Sorry, this is totally off topic (I don't mean to thread jack but manure occurith) Screenager, go YouTube search "true facts about hedgehogs" and watch the video by zefrank1 (it should be the first)--you ought to enjoy it xD (and now to seem relevant to the actual thread) I concur, definately an overreaction D=

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