A Universe Trapped in a Labyrinth

This is my boring and interesting and teenager life spanning from age 15 to 18 (May 2015-August 2018)
Within you'll find many re-inventions of myself, boy trouble, school trouble and life trouble. (Plus interesting bits I thought I would include as well).
Do you dare to enter the maze?


157. Cinema Going


11/04/18, 11:21, 

One thing I've noticed is that the reaction you get off of Cinema Workers differs with how many people you go with. 

For example I go on my own quite a lot, since I prefer to cry in peace and savour all of those wonderful feelings you get after watching a film. However, whenever I go to the Cinema Worker to purchase my ticket they always ask me, "ticket for one then?" as though another person is going to jump from behind my back and demand a ticket as well. Then it's pure silence as they do what they have to do, fath on with receipts and prices and seating places. 

When I go with another person, for example a boy, the Cinema Workers always ask us about food, about whether we want two popcorns or one to share, or which one of us is going to pay. 

If I go with a group of people they chit chat about the film we are going to see in general, asking us if anyone in the group is scared if we go to see a horror. 

These conversations are so different, but what should it matter? They are getting money and we are getting a good film out of it. 

Yesterday I went to see a Quiet Place which is about a family that has to be quiet in order to avoid detection from monsters. It was a tense hour and a half, me clutching onto the popcorn that I was surprised didn't get spilled. I swore a lot at the jumpscares and it was a great film. I came home and watched something lighthearted like the Incredibles after it because although it's not exactly plausible, I know that I would have died instantly in that universe. 



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