My qt3.14 scottish bitch smuggled a convenience store sammich from Boots or some shit in... it was the first time i'd ever experienced foodsmugglin and it made me love her very very much. Since then I've only ever smuggled in pints of liquor.
>used to work at a movie theater >usher shift >guy walks in theater with little styrofoam box >looks at me >turns around >is clearly stuffing it into his pants >walks up to me, hands me his ticket >brown spot near pocket area that is getting bigger >smells like teriyaki sauce fucking everywhere
No, I try to avoid going at meal times, and movies are not extremely long so its not as though a few hours without food is going to kill me. I can see why people would sneak in food though, that shit in the foyer is hideously overpriced.
>>30672302 that's not food, that's a heart attack waiting to happen... also yeah of course, i smuggle food into the theatre all the time, decent sized nachos with half a litre of coke cost like 10 euros in german cinemas, like i'm that rich...
>>30672504 I live in Los Angeles. I can go way out to Beverly Hills and Century City and I still won't get checked. California is lax as fuck with it's supposed security. Only thing is they've began to check theaters and ask people for tickets and shit. Never happened to me, though.
>>30672465 >>Living in Nazi occupied France the joke is that he's american because american is the most retarded country when it comes to personal freedom and security meanwhile in french theaters they can bring whatever they want and even has sex probably
>>30672640 Oh, wow. Good thing you don't go there anymore. It's always good to have two-four backup theaters where you know that shit doesn't happen.
>>30672659 All the time. Best thing to do if you decide to fuck off from school or call off from work if to hit the theater for a matinee (around 1:30pm) with older people. Watch your flick, then leave and casually walk into another one that's starting. It's the tops. Sit back and kick your feet up or lay down horizontally. They're not paid nearly enough to give a shit. No clue what'd happen if you're caught, though. Probably told to never come back. If the situation ever presented itself and a cop wasn't present I'd likely get up, pretend I didn't hear them, and walk out. What are they gonna do? Kick my ass for it?
Every time I go, I take a big thing of pick and mix from the cheap place around the corner. I also frequently take microwave popcorn in little sandwich bags. It's easy, because I live in the UK where I can walk into a cinema and not get strip searched. Hell, one time my friend just ordered a pizza and walked in with it under his arm. Not a word from any staff.
>>30672754 Every theater I've been do have some dude or lady way at the front checking tickets. It's like a game of Hitman. Motherfuckers never turn around. I've walked right past a lady once. She didn't say or give a shit. Went in, saw Tokyo Drift, and laughed at my friend who had to pay for himself and his girlfriend while I walked in, walked OUT, then walked back in again sans ticket.
>gf wants me to go see Waitress with her >tell her I'll meet her there >stop by liquor store, pick up bottle of Bacardi >get to theater, get large soda >go to bathroom, dump out half of soda >replace with Bacardi >sad movie suddenly become hilarious
>>30672864 that's the way they do it in my home town, if you get a ticket for a 11am showing you can even get away with watching 4 movies for the price of one. at the cinema in the town where i go to uni however, they check your tickets at every seperate cinema hall so no chance of doing that there.. damn greedy jews, like it makes a difference if i occupy a seat nobody was gonna sit in otherwise
>>30672992 >>30673040 I did it, and here's how. Find a chinese place that can understand english directions and a theater that's under staffed that doesn't take care of it's door alarms. I only did it three times and only in the one theater that had the unmonitored door but each time it worked pretty well.
>>30673007 >like it makes a difference if i occupy a seat nobody was gonna sit in otherwise Exactly. And what's up with assigned seating in theaters now? Telling me where to sit. The nerve of that shit. Lax security otherwise, though.
>>30673009 I've brought in burgers before. Hell, I walked past the invalid they had taking people's tickets. 'Course I was fucked because I was walking into a 3D movie needed them specs so I had to buy a ticket and flash ti at him to get the glasses.
>>30673138 i live in germany, we've always had assigned seats over here... i hate the idea of having to go early to get good seats, on the other hand our system has the logical result of good seats being more expensive so i guess both systems are flawed
>>30672302 >Me and a few buddies smuggle food from the nearby food court. >Get to the movie late so we have to sit in the front row >Decide to make a picnic area by taking up the front and casually eating and watching the movie
Oh that was fun but we got kicked out of American Gangster really fucking quick
I believe if you just carry something in plain view and act like nothing is there and nothing is wrong, they'll ignore you.
>"Sir, you can't bring that in here." >"Bring what in here?" >"That pizza, you can't bring it in." >"What pizza?" >"Sir, you're gonna have t- You know what? Fuck it. I don't paid enough for this shit. Just enjoy the fucking movie."
>>30673114 I'd smuggled burgers in under my shirt. No one is stopping me from my fine american dining. Had to remove that shit because I looked fucking ridiculous, though.
>>30673121 That's perfect, actually. Women's purses and shit works, too, but a wheelchair is a god-tier idea. You'd have sit in the middle, though. In that one section that divides the upper seats from the lower seats. That kind of sucks but, hey, pizza. Fuck this you need a wheel-man at every outing. They can't be too hard to come across.
>>30673233 >I believe if you just carry something in plain view and act like nothing is there and nothing is wrong, they'll ignore you. This is what I do. If someone is really hounding you then they must be under pressure from management to curb people bringing shit in for reasons I can't fathom. If that ever happens then the people cleaning the theaters are being cocks and fucking up the rotation for everyone.
sandwich + french fries + coke in a bag, but I don't think it was not allowed. It was an awful experience, since I entered with 5 minutes of movie (Social Network) and had to find all the shit into the bag in the dark, trying to don't make noise.
>>30673249 I do set ups for parties/receptions/corporate events at a hotel and having 2-4 hours a night with nothing to do is completely normal. We get one hour deducted for lunch and the rest of the time we just sit around waiting for whatever it is to end so we can reset the rooms for whatever is on the next day. The hotel is about a fifteen minute walk from a theater and a bunch of pizza/chinese storefront places, so it's fairly easy to do.
>>30673268 Depending on the events, between $15-$25/hr., but I don't really do that too often, I think in the last year I've done it maybe five times. My first post was mostly a joke.
>>30673521 No, sir. I'm in Los Angeles, California. If there's a camera in the theater room watching everyone then I'm completely unaware because of all my years no one has ever acted on it. I'll keep a look out from now on, though.
>>30672978 >>30672912 >>30673022 this >>30672564 is me. It wasn't even that hard. Maybe being a highschool students and having everything in our backpacks helped, but it wasn't like we were bringing a fridge in
>>30673492 I agree, but the point is that you can get super baked vs. burning out during the last third of the movie. Also the "because I can" mentality >>30673510 I've never done it personally, but my friends have put a portable vape in a fountain pop cup with the end sticking out of the straw hole. Vapes have a smell, but not really like weed. Just sit in the back row and you are good
>>30673616 not much of a story to tell, sorry to disappoint. basically what happened was management was treating the volunteers like shit and i didn't want to put up with that so i gave them shit for it, a week later i get called into the head nurse's office, they point to a portable gas cooker i had left in the volunteer lounge the day before and tell me one of the managers had just "found this, boiling hot, sitting on one of the heaters" (it was the middle of july) and told me that they where very sorry but had no choice but to ask me to leave, something about me being irresponsible blahblahblah....
>>30674052 Sneaking in candy is like taking a pack of gum into a theater. Only someone really lame or really old would consider that a story worthy of sharing where people are talking about bringing BUCKETS OF FRIED CHICKEN AND BURGERS UNDER THEIR SHIRTS WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU THINKING?
>>30673944 >>30673944 I use pic related. how finely do you grind your weed before you put it in? I've been told that vaporizers can potentially get you higher than joints while using less weed, yet i always end up using way more weed to get as high as i would from smoking it
>>30672764 I sneak i all the time. most of the time i dont even pay for a ticket at all. but ive been caught a couple times and all they do is say "oh uh you cant be in here", then i act like i made a mistake or something thats it, its nothing.
>Be on date with ex-qt-gf >Both incredibly stoned >Just picked up a ton of snacks and goodies and soda from the store >We both forgot to put it in out pockets >Walk into the theater lobby, waiting in line for ticket booth >Staff and ticket lady can clearly see us holding all our snacks >Out of nowhere, I go, "WAIT, WE'RE HOLDING THE SNACKS" >"OH FUCK, SHIT" >We both run out of the lobby and into the mall like scared children >Staff inside lobby hear us having a nervous breakdown outside, then laughter for 20 mins >Put all the shit away >Walk back in, nothing happened >Buy our tickets >Aside from a couple smirks from staff, we get in just fine >Take our seats in the theater >I open my soda >It explodes all over her face >Spend next ten minutes (opening credits) laughing our asses off >Find new seats
>>30674589 Where do you live? Here I had to pull out arthur's sword, banish the cliffracers from morrowind, buttfuck the nerevarine into Oblivion and then punch the dragonborn in the dick to get a secondary glance at a drip of cheese that fell on the floor
>>30674641 I've begun to say it to a few co-workers (for you, was ___ a part of your plan, do you feel in charge, and this means you have power over me?) and then I giggle like a retard and think about going home and getting on 4chan. This site is ruining me.
>>30674818 i should try to find someone who has it, not about to spend another hundredsomething bucks on yet another vaporizer without testing it first. the iolite is decent enough, i just wish it was more economic
>>30674972 >we spent the entire film acting like niggers I love doing this in crowded theaters. Me and my buds usually occupy a corner of the theater and hoot and holler like we've never been civilized. The movie just drones on and we eventually come down, though.
>walk into the theater eating a hamburger and drinking a cold soda out of a straw >hand the drink to the ticket guy >give him my ticket >take the drink back and continue to the theater >um sir... you can't bring that food in here >stop and look him in the eyes >oh you must be new here, this is America >enjoy the credits while finishing my burger and soda
Where is that burger from? And yes I smuggle popcorn and soda/water into the theater nearly everytime I go. Im paying 8-11 dollars a POP and they expect me to throw down another 7 dollars for a bag of popcorn that I wont eat in 4 minutes during the previews? And they over fill the cups with ice like ass holes.
>>30675462 don't fucking complain then, i've been to your country and you can get decent burgers ANYWHERE, pubs, delis, wherever. come to germany and see how you like it and then think twice before you complain about fastfood in scottland again.
>>30675525 I haven't found a decent place to get a burger anywhere near where I live, KFC is miles away. I went to Spain and there were a few fucking amazing takeouts that cooked better burgers than Mcdonalds and better chicken than KFC could ever try
>>30675661 me neither i was just trying to make a joke about scottish food where do you live if there aren't any decent burger places around? i've only been to edinburgh, there where plenty of good burger places but i guess comparing edinburgh to the rest of scottland is like comparing berlin to the rest of germany
>get a fucking halloween-level bag of candy and a soda at the Price Chopper across the street for like $6 >hold them underneath my coat while walking in >spending lots of money avoided >cum a little bit >enjoy the movie
>>30676057 Seriously I don't know - I got a sausage roll earlier this week, and it had those things in it. They didn't even have a sausage texture - they were almost like fatty compressed bread or something - it was awful. I'm not a man to waste food, but that got chucked pretty quickly.
>>30676133 tell me about it... as i mentioned earlier, i used to volunteer at an english care home and lived there over the course of my stay, so i had to eat what they served and they didn't serve anything but those filthy abominations and those black blood cake thingys that are even worse for breakfast on mondays AND thursdays, shit was not cash at all
>>30676384 Oh, black pudding, yeah that's a bit odd. I find if you slice it and then grill the fuck out of it so it's really crisp on top it's actually pretty good. If you just get it warm, it's horrendous.
>>30676464 ok maybe it was just the kitchen staff fucking them up then, they couldn't cook for shit >>30676468 they're made of blood, they look like brownies but they couldn't taste any more different >>30676475 the ones i had weren't, either you had better ones or you have shitty english taste, the english people at the home had no issues stuffing that shit down their throats
>>30676708 It's true, didn't want to believe it at first but it's true. they fry EVERYTHING, I've never been to america but i can't imagine a cuisine more unhealthy. and the worst part is the fried shit doesn't even taste good! if you're gonna have a heart attack because of what you eat then the food should at least be enjoyable!!
>>30676937 You should buy a few fresh ones from a fishmonger - they're pretty cheap. Rinse them off, put one on a plate, dot it with butter, put a slice of lemon on it, then half a lemon's juice, then microwave it for a few minutes. Serve it with buttered toast. Awesome.
>>30676958 not true. the only decent food i had while over where burgers at a few pubs and indian food. with your cuisine being as shitty as it is, you'd think english people'd be less racist towards the people bringing some culinary culture to their backwards country
One time I smuggled in a full-cooked turkey with stuffing into the movie theater. I had a big XXL overcoat on and managed to sneak by while the ticket-takers were busy with other people. Only when I got to my seat did I notice the turkey bag had dripped a trail of warm brine on the floor all the way there. In the rush to sit down, I had inadvertently wandered into the theater showing The Oogieloves and the Big Balloon Adventure. Trying to ignore the piercing judgement of the parents around me, I slowly seated myself while balancing the turkey bag on my lap, and shifting the XXL overcoat up to create a perfect judgement-free cocoon. With one eye peering through an unbuttoned segment of the coat, my hands dove into the warm turkey bag and began tearing the flesh from the bone. I savored that perfectly moist flesh, wiping my hands on the flannel interior of the coat as the movie continued. Occasionally I would peer out of the coat to see those loveable Oogieloves singing and dancing, and I playfully waved the turkey legs in synch. My meat-muffled chortles were interrupted with the rustling and stomping of entire families leaving the theater. No matter, I thought to myself, they must have hated the movie. Eventually the credits rolled as my belly was stretched to its last centimeter, as I had consumed most of the turkey. One bite remained, the sweet sweet neck meat. But as I shook the neck loosely from its now-meatless body, a sharp bone punctured my finger, and a drop of blood formed on the tip. Blood! BLOOD! I couldn't stand it. It was at this moment that I realized dipping the stuffing in the remaining juices was a bad idea.
>>30677141 I began to vomit. Trying to fight it, the image of that blood compelled that meat to return where it came. I tried to unbutton the coat cocoon in time, but could not grasp the threads with my greasy fingers. I pressed my mouth against the hole previously meant for movietime enjoyment and vomited hard. Far removed from a clean escape, my gastric juices dripped lazily down the coat while bolder wads of meat ricocheted onto the cushions of the next row. It was only after the music credits rolled did the chunks of oily stuffing ceased plopping on the cheaply-carpeted floor. Clearing my throat, I stood up amidst my own regurgitated matter and shuffled out of the theater. Desperately trying to avoid touching my arms or chest to the inside of the vomit-soaked coat, I rushed to the bathroom to clean up. Running into the stall, I then stripped nude and washed all my clothes in the toilet water, too afraid to be seen as the puking perpetrator. A brilliant idea then crossed my mind; what if I used the turkey bag to store my overcoat and washed it later? Sheepishly emerging from the stall after the bag of turkey bones failed to flush, I hold my puke-stained overcoat in the transparent greasy bag that once held my movie snack. Right before I leave, a nameless cinema employee confesses about "That mess in theater 5". Overwhelmed by curiosity, I take one look behind and his eyes lock with mine. A transformation of curiosity to disgust to outright rage unfolds on his face. I run. I am no longer allowed in Regal Cinemas.
>>30677131 must have gotten lucky then >>30677098 nice reading skills. if you read my post again you will find that i said that that was the only food i somewhat ENJOYED while over, not the only food i had. i've had sufficient home cooked english meals to be able to judge your cuisine properly, and believe me, it IS shit.
>>30677025 >>30677024 America has the most diverse cuisine in the world you fucking britbongs. There's tex-mex in southwest, Texas-style barbecue, South Carolina-style barbecue, Kansas City-style barbecue, Creole, Cajun and soul food in the deep south, New England seafood, and Hawaiian food. The US has cuisine specific to each region of the country, unlike England but you fucking yuropoors wouldn't know that because you're just as close-minded and ignorant as you accuse americans of being.
I always buy some sour patch kids and a litre of peach tea from a gas station and bring those with me. Employees will only say something if you're openly carrying it, they don't give a shit any other time.