Sunday, 12 July 2015

Rule #179: Drive in theatres

This one is for you, the people of the New World, because personally, I can't stand the drive in. I've tried it a couple of times and I'm done. I cannot justify sitting in my hot car when I have a perfectly soft couch at home with a fully stocked bar 7 feet away. Why don't I just roll down the windows, you say? Well that would be wonderful. If it didn't mean letting in a cloud of mosquitoes that I now have to contend with. And need I mention the fact that your sitting in a car? My version of a drive in is like this. I back my hatchback into the Dizzy Bitch, fold down the seats, open the hatch and put finding Nemo on the garage tv


 Anyway, this ain't about me. So here's the real issue. It is my understanding that you can't bring food or drinks into a drive in. Now, I also understand that even if this is the case, I'm sure everyone brings in whatever they want anyway. What are they gonna do, search your car? What if you just went to the grocery store and all your groceries are in your trunk? "I'm sorry ma'am, but I'm going to have to confiscate your granola bars, ham, bread, laundry detergent and toilet paper, that's not allowed." Whatever dude. What irks me even more about shit like this though, is the fact that they lay down rules like this, then try to charge ridiculous prices for everything. It's not like these are dangerous goods you can't bring in, they just want you to buy their shit. It's like locking someone in a vault and charging them for air. That's illegal. And so should this type of hi-way robbery. Well not anymore!


In the new world, food and bevies will be allowed to be brought into the drive in.
Including beer!... You're welcome.

AND SO IT SHALL BE WRITTEN!

2 comments:

  1. I feel like I better comment on this one because of our conversation we had. Thanks for bringing this issue up. As a matter of fact, when we were younger, we tried to take a full unopened case of beer (safely stored in our trunk) into the drive in. We were asked to open our trunk, and then they refused our admission. Is this legal for them to even be able to check our trunk?? Where's the justice?

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    1. If they try this crap in the new world, I will personally jump out of the trunk and lay a beat down on the trunk checker! AND SO IT SHALL BE WRITTEN!

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