The ticket was $2, I don't know what I expected.
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So it seems like whenever my cousins L and G go to the theatre, we always have something hilarious happen to us there. In this particular instance, my cousins and I went to Wonderland arcade and theatre for my birthday to get our game on and then eventually see a movie.
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The ticket was $2, I don't know what I expected.

by CascadeComrade23

So it seems like whenever my cousins L and G go to the theatre, we always have something hilarious happen to us there.

In this particular instance, my cousins and I went to Wonderland arcade and theatre for my birthday to get our game on and then eventually see a movie.

The movie was 2012, directed by Roland Emmerich and the ticket was $2. I don't know if you've ever seen that movie but it's hilariously awful.

The experience we had in the theatre was much more entertaining.

There were about 3 or 4 kids sitting in the front of the theatre, all of them around 12 or 13, I knew they were gonna be trouble from the beginning.

From the start they were chatting it up constantly throughout the movie and running up and down the aisles, and at one point they had a popcorn fight with each other.

I think another kid got up and jumped up at the screen to slap it with his hand... for some reason.

There was a point in the movie where a volcano erupted, right at that moment one of the tweens jumped up out of his seat and shouted "Whoa! That was like a nuke!", it was hilarious.

They weren't the only hilarious audience members though,

there was another woman with her husband who was sitting on the opposite side of the theatre who squealed when anything remotely intense happened... anything.

A scene in the movie involved a plane nearly clipping a massive skyscraper,

and right as that happened she squealed so loudly that everyone could hear her even though she had her head buried in her husband's arm. The husband just laughed at her ridiculousness.

To be honest, I didn't really care about all these distractions, it was a crappy movie and my cousins and I were basically just there to enjoy each others company.

The ticket was only two bucks, it was an awesome birthday nonetheless.

TLDR: Went to a two dollar screening of 2012, annoying tweens and funny lady provided the actual entertainment.

P.S. This subreddit has the potential to be seriously awesome! How do we get more people to submit their stories?

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