Goin' to the movies. Do you buy your concessions, or do you sneak them in?
Yes, America. It's movie time. You just can't resist Jack & Jill any longer. And whom among us can? We're only human. If you prick us, do we not bleed? If you show us Adam Sandler in drag acting with Adam Sander in not-drag, do we not cry?
Yes, you're going to the movies tonight. And you're going to eat something while you're there. Raisinettes maybe. Or Sour Patch Kids. Or popcorn! And you know they're all going to be $9 each at the concession stand, unless you get the duffle-bag sized container, in which case it's $9.25.
Or you could just sneak in that same box of candy you bought from CVS for $1.25 in your purse or pocket (or down your pants). Yes, yes, we know that movie theaters only make money off of the concessions. But could this be considered retribution for making us sit through 26 minutes of T-Mobile commercials before the movie starts?
Which is it, Reckonauts? Do you go the honest way and buy at the stand, or do you sneak your candy in like a flask of Prohibition hooch?