After so long I'm blogging in the morning! Miracle I tell you! Actually nah. Just done my meeting and now having a drink at Starbucks (yea its Starbucks) while typing this out.
So, how often do you guys go out and catch a movie at the cinema? I've not been doing it for quite sometime and lately I just got back into the habit of it.
Anyway, I was booking my ticket via the GSC app (yes I love the GSC app because it is just so convenient to use and I don't need to queue up or even open my laptop to get my self a movie ticket) and there wasn't any single seat left apart from the twin seats (hence the title of this post). So I proceeded to buy it. But, watching the movie was me and my guy friend not a girl. What harm can it do right? I've been watching movies seating at the twin seats with many guy friends and it wasn't a big deal anyway. I even watched a movie with my sis in a twin seat.
The story was this. When we got into the cinema, beside us was two couples. On my left was a younger couple within the age of being in their early 20s while on my right was the other couple which was like hitting 30s or more. The second we sat down, the couple on my right blasted out softly saying "Dear you see. Two guys seating beside us". I didn't hear it directly but my friend told me and I was like so tempted to say, "So what two guys are seating here? Is it wasn't labeled only meant for people who could not find any other place to cuddle to sit?". Anyway, I just told my friend to just ignore it cause it was his first time and not mine plus he didn't feel comfortable with it. Hahaha. But the couple through out the whole movie was just hugging and smooching, please just get a room could you?
I'm just wondering. If two guys were to seat in a twin in movie would be seen as you know, what about girls? How would they be labeled as? People should change their mind set please.