The year 2020 was tough on businesses that require the physical presence of their customers. Movie theatres were hit hard. This is because they involve large commercial spaces, which require people to congregate in large numbers in a confined space. We know this is against Covid-19 guidelines.
Restaurants and other similar businesses who could remotely deliver their services with minimal or no contact still thrived considerably. But as for cinemas, we are left with only memories of what those times were and felt like. Did you ever sneak snacks in? I mean snacks you bought elsewhere at lower prices compared to cinema prices?
We all know how sky-high the prices of movie snacks are. Almost everyone has snuck in snacks, if not whole meals, into the cinema at one time or the other. Let’s relive some of those memories.
Snack-Sneaking Covert Ops
A Twitter user recently asked people to confess their snack-sneaking experiences. Now that cinemas are open, many are trying to catch up with their losses and are less concerned about what people bring in or not.
With the cinemas too busy to conduct thorough checks or sometimes just look away even when they do notice, let us see if you find any of these tweets relatable.
Confession Of Snack-Sneaking Sins
I have heard of ladies using feminine stuff like pads to conceal whatever else is beneath their bags like those “contrabands.” Well, here are some experiences that might get you reeling with laughter.