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A new experience! (Don’t do it)

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After thirty one years of life I decided to do something different today. Something I have never done before. I went to the movies – ALONE. I have been sick for the last couple of weeks so wanted to just do something relaxing. So, off I went to see Love, Rosie.

I loved this movie! It was British chick-lit in movie form. Predictable? Yes, but WHO CARES! It was funny, romantic and adorable. Everything I love about British romance. Also, I’m pretty sure the British humour is the best kind of humour. Lilly Collins and Sam Claflin were gorgeous. I now have serious eyebrow envy over Lily Collins’ brows. I desperately wish I could pull off brows like hers but sadly I would just end up looking like a Halloween version of Bert. BUT, this post isn’t really about the movie, it’s more about what happened when I ‘tried something new’. 

It was pretty empowering stuff, just taking myself off to the movies without any other people there….yep…ahem. There was not ONE SINGLE OTHER PERSON in that entire theater. It was the creepiest effing two hours of my life. As soon as I had discovered what I had done, I made a little plan in case a creeper/the guy from Saw decided to get me. I was alone in the dark in the giant theater for two hours! It was like the start of a horror movie. There was only one entrance into the theater which was down a long hall so I sat right beside that door and monitored anyone coming in (no one) or going out (Also no one. Thank god. If someone had of jumped up left out of nowhere I’d have died from fright). This spot also worked for me in case I needed an emergency exit; if a creeper showed face I’d be out that damn door in a jiffy. I was on high alert at all times throughout the movie. High, high alert. Now I’m going to have to re-watch the movie when it comes out on DVD.

Moral of the story? Don’t try anything new. 

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