Ever sit next to someone at a crowded movie theater? If we thought aloud,


3-D Movie Viewers. Formally-attired audience sporting 3-D (3D) glasses during opening night screening of movie Bwana Devil-1st full length color 3-D (aka Natural Vision) motion picture, at Paramount Theater.  (Photo by J. R. Eyerman//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)   Original Filename: zzyzx.jpg

the conversation might go like this:

  • “Don’t worry, I hate sitting next to strangers too.”
  • “It’ll be awkward at first, but at least we both like Mark Wahlberg.”
  • “Let’s make sure we both make an effort to avoid resting our arms on the arm rest between us. I know neither of us will be using it, but it’s all about respect.”
  • “Our knees may accidentally touch during the movie. Please don’t make it look obvious when you move yours away. It’ll hurt my feelings.Use the “Laugh & Move” technique. During a part of the movie, laugh uncontrollably to the point that your body moves, and your knee just naturally follows.It’s ok if it’s during a sad part of the movie. It has to be done.”
  • “It’s okay if we high five each other during the movie. After all, it is a Mark Walberg.flick”
  • “When the movie’s over, there will be no need for good byes. Just go and don’t look back.Chances are, our paths will cross again. Ted Part III is only a year away.”

 

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