I was at the cinema last week watching "Predators" (which was awesome fun, despite any sign of Arnie or Jesse Ventura) and noticed (as I have done on several occasions) two guys walking in together and sitting down in their seats with a space between them. One empty seat splitting them. Why is this? It's 20-freaking-10. You are grown mid-20-something year olds. This is not 5th grade P.E. where simply admitting friendship with another boy will result in outcries of "Gaylord! Gaylord!" for the next 18 years of your life (and counting!).
Two queens forget the "one seat" rule
How does one seat even make a difference? You still invited another dude to come sit with you in a dark room for 2 hours. On a Saturday night. And brought "snacks".
PLLUSSSSSS!!!! - It was really freakin distracting when you had to reach over to kiss.
Also on my mind is this:
I needed to run down there and drop off a fed-ex parcel but wanted to make sure the driver hadn't already been and gone. So I said:
I was on the phone today with one of those mail places. The ones that photocopy, fax, take your UPS deliveries, sell you packaging stuff and have an endless supply of peanuts.
"Hi, umm what time do you guys close today?"
"It's Friday so 5pm"
"Great, has your Fed-Ex already been?"
"Yeah, he came in about an hour ago and we usually have to give him 3 hours warning (WTF?)"
"Oh, O.K. Any ideas?"
"Well, how big is your package?"
"....."(laughs until cries)"...."(hangs up).
Question: Is that SO wrong?