He is antsy and fidgeting. “I think we should go to the theater so we can get seats together.”
The other two nodded in agreement. The voice of reason speaks out through her voice, “We already have our tickets. We’re going to get into the movie.”
The other two shake their heads, but he’s the one who responds, “Science Fiction movies make all their money in the first two days. We have to get there early so we’ll be able to sit together.”
The three of them are so uptight about getting to the theater early that I start feeling anxious about being able to get seats together. By the time we arrive, I am so worked up that I am rushing into the theater to save seats for our large crew.
The theater was empty…
I’m sure Douglas Adams would have thought it hilarious.
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When he walked into the empty theater, he was visibly surprised. “Must be a remote theater,” was his justification…