1. A Clockwork Orange - Girl 1 - It was our 2nd date. She'd said it was one of her favorite movies and I'd never seen it and only heard the basic plot of the movie so I figured, what could possibly go wrong? We became "friends" the next day.
2. Wild Wild West - Girl 2. It was so, so bad. I apologized the rest of the night for taking her to see it. We broke up a week later.
3. Inspector Gadget - First date with Girl 3 (now my wife). So bad that the scrapbook page commemorating our courtship retcons our first movie to "Muppets in Space". We're not allowed to speak of the other movie. Like Stalin, we've erased it from our history.
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(edited by Zundian on 17.6.08 1303) "Tattoos are the mullets of the aughts." - Mike Naimark
Originally posted by Oliver3: Titanic. Having some you hardly know slobber all over your shoulder, crying hysterically, asking why why oh god why did Jack have to go...makes for a very uncomfortable time.
I had an awesome time on my Titanic date. Not only did I spend the whole movie making out with a hot girl, I got to make my ex, who was sitting 2 seats away, quite jealous as a bonus!
"I could drown the pain, and drink upon commuter trains, and here you stand in eastern standard time" - Mike Doughty
Technically, 13 going on 30. I say technically because the SPIDERMAN 2 MOVIE TRAILER was shown beforehand (which I had not seen before). No movie could take me down off of that high. If it wasn't for that trailer I would've cried myself to sleep in the threatre.
Yes, I finally have updated the Troll Moment of the Week! This week is brought to you by ;
"STONEBOY!" , who brought us the following such pieces of wisdom as:
STONEBOY!: "THIS GOES MESSAGE GOES OUT TO ALL CANADIANS ESPECIALLY MONTREAL WHEREVER THE F#CK THAT IS".
Kidbrooklyn: "Please god tell me that you're making fun of the douche who started this thread...
Wait, no he isn't. He's serious. I hadn't read his previous brilliance before. I apologize" (in reference to a reply by James1978).
I now pronounce you Chuck and Larry. Not only was the movie totally crap, the projector crapped out with about 30 minutes to go, then my date figured she really needed the coupon for a free movie from the cinema, so another 10 minutes standing around while she got that. 1 and done.
"Now if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go backstage. I'm proud of myself, I just beat Brad Armstrong!" - Arn Anderson on WCW Saturday Night in 1992, in the classiest display I've ever seen of someone putting over an underrated mid-carder that everyone in the locker room knew deserved better than the push he got.
Mine's going to be by a league. In 1984 the Cubs won the eastern division of the NL and the Eastern Division had home field for the (then) 5 game playoffs. But the Cubs' Wrigley field did not then have lights, so all games had to be in the day.