110319, RE: By the time I say something I'm usually fuming|
Posted by kurlyswirl, Mon May-14-07 02:30 PM
>in part because I think that it's common sense that you
>should not rattle bags, snap gum, or hold conversations during
>movies, so I think you have to be either brain-damaged or
>DOING IT ON PURPOSE TO PISS ME OFF.
I especially love it when someone's slooooowly unwrapping a piece of candy during a quiet scene, thinking they're being quiet. Just get it over with! Or, you know, couldn't you wait for a loud scene?
>Damn, during the film festival, in a really quiet moment
>during a long film, a filmgoer (whose voice I recognized,
>haha, a film festival friend but not a friend otherwise)
>*shouted* "WOULD YOU TURN THAT THING OFF!!!!"
LOL. I would've liked to have been there for that.
>I mean, you could tell that it had been bothering him for at
>least an hour before he let loose. That's why I think it's
>also important to nip it in the bud. Otherwise, you'll just
>sit there and fret and fume and you won't see the movie.
Yeah, makes it really hard to concentrate.
>I couldn't believe it when they just left. If I hadn't told
>her to shut up, they would have sat there and talked about how
>violent the movie was for 2 hours, lol.
Yup, you lucked out!
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