One of my craziest experiences was when I smuggled in vodka ok in a ziplock bag and homemade marijuana infused rice crispy treats. I guess I should of tested the potency of the treats first. The movie I was watching was Kill Bill vol.1. I made it to the part when they are telling Lucy Liu’s background story and it cuts to anime-style cartoons. I literally thought I was hallucinating and got up, walked home and left my car at the theater because I knew I had to be way too messed up to be driving… Crazy night
Went to see Animal House in a theater during college. The noise from the beers being opened was almost deafening! A few minutes later the place was filled with pot smoke.
@PooltoyWolf I know two people whose friendship actually ended due to the debate whether Sno-Caps and chocolate nonpareils are the same thing. One was a Sno-Cap fanatic that claimed they were far superior with little similarity. The breaking point was when the other pointed out that Sno-Caps actually say “nonpareils” on the packaging.
(It was actually slated to close 2+ years ago, but the pandemic placed the redevelopment on hold. Sad, but I really can’t fault the property owner either as they’re making more on the property sale than they have been operating for decades.)
@narfcake I wasn’t aware that Houston had a drive-in movie anymore, but apparently there is one, just a little ways east of downtown. The price is kind of steep, though. 33 bucks for a car load. One screen, not a terribly large lot, and occasionally they have pricey special-order-only-in-advance snackage at significant extra cost. Up in Ennis, about 35 mi south of Dallas, they still have a six screen drive-in right next to i-45.