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May182016

Nate’s Storytime: Rosie Runs into Rugrats at the Multiplex

Vinyl hijackers calling themselves the Popcorn Snobs are catching up on their theme, ‘The Taking of April A-Z,’ while they run this blog for the next 9 (or so) days.

Hello, its Nate here…returning to tell you a story about one of the most absurd movie theater experiences ever shared on this blog.

Once upon a time, around the late 90s, there was a teenage girl named Rosie who went to the movies with her boyfriend. Let’s call him D.

After picking up snacks at the concessions counter, Rosie and D quickly made themselves comfortable in a row where an unidentified woman and her small tribe of children were also seated.

Sometime during the feature presentation, one of these kids asked Rosie for some popcorn. She obliged, sharing a portion of her popcorn with the child. Moments later, this kid’s mother told Rosie that the rest of the children should have popcorn too; it’s only fair. Despite the woman’s seemingly ridiculous request and D’s protest on the matter, Rosie gave each child some of her popcorn. Everyone ended up enjoying the movie -- at D and Rosie’s expense.

How different would this scenario turn out if YOU were in Rosie’s shoes?

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Reader Comments (1)

I would've told the kid to shut up and watch the movie! :) not really. Well, I wouldn't have been that rude. But I certainly would've told the mother to go buy popcorn for her brood and leave me alone. I probably would've moved my seat anyway if someone with 4 kids sat down next to me in a movie theater anyway... Geez, do I sound like a horrible person here?? :)

Michele at Angels Bark

May 19, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterMichele Truhlik
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