• PenisWenisGenius@lemmynsfw.com
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    23 days ago

    Popularize this fashion until everyone’s doing it. Then everyone can smuggle all the chicken they want anywhere they want without being suspected. Personally though I’m putting fried chicken in mine.

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    23 days ago

    I don’t know if this just caught me at the right time or what but I don’t think I’ve ever cried laughing at a meme before. Thanks!

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        23 days ago

        It’s such a brilliant expression, the cheeky smirk and eyes full of glee. Zendaya knows something and is relishing the fact that everyone else doesn’t.

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          22 days ago

          Yes, she knows there’s a chicken in there. She’s just unaware that a select few of us are onto her.

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    23 days ago

    I once duct taped a pizza to the inside of my jacket to smuggle it into a theatre

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        23 days ago

        The girl I was going to the movie with thought it was hilarious, so it got me laid.

        The pizza was from Little Caesars, so it wasn’t really any worse after being sideways for a while

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            That would have been smart, but at the time ‘funny’ was more important than ‘effective’, and again, it was a Little Caesars pizza; it was not significantly harmed by being sideways for 20 minutes

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              23 days ago

              Dude think about it – do you really want to eat pizza that’s been duct taped to the box? I was also working the funny. We only recently learned that you could glue it.

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                Well, again, it’s Little Caesars; duct tape also would not impact the quality of the pizza.

                …are you from somewhere that doesn’t have Little Caesars? If so, understand: their pizza is best described as ‘edible’

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    23 days ago

    Legit did the drunk couple act with my GF once to smuggle her favorite candies into the theater for a movie date

    Just had so much shit that it was sticking out even on my deep pocket pea-coat

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        22 days ago

        Stuff contraband in pockets of opposite sides facing in if you stand side to side, pretend to be leaning on each other as you walk in with goodies well concealed.

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      22 days ago

      If she didn’t bring a rotisserie chicken, that hat is definitely too big. But if she thought of bringing one, her brain is so large that it wouldn’t leave any room for the chicken.

      That hat is a real Catch 22.

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    Fuck the law

    There is no law about any kind of chicken in cinemas. They can’t even arrest you, when you bring your pet chicken.

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        22 days ago

        I doubt there is actually a country that has a law about it. That cinemas don’t allow it, doesn’t mean there is a law.

        My sister doesn’t allow people to wear shoes in her living room. Doesn’t mean there is a law against shoes in living rooms and you will be arrested for wearing shoes.

        You are welcome to prove me wrong and provide a source for your claim.

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          I’m not sure where your sister lives, but I don’t think she’s not going to call the police if I walked into her living room with my shoes on. They’d probably get me for trespassing or breaking and entering. /S

          I know what you mean about the sneaking food into theaters. They’d just ask you to throw it away /put it in your car / or just leave. Source: first job was a theater. Now if you refused, it would likely be an officer that throws you out on a Friday/Saturday as they hired off duty officers to be around those nights for security purposes. Used to keep the K9 for the K9 units in the birthday room because we felt bad they would leave them in the running car all night in Central Florida. Surprised a few employees when they went to grab something and were startled by a happy go lucky Shepherd/Malamute.

          They were very on or off duty dogs. In the car, work mode, and ready to go to war. In the birthday party room, you better be ready for pets and snuggles.

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      A business can forbid outside food, it’s not a rare choice, they are a private business and can remove people based on their actions. Then again, I’ve never once seen a theater try or care.

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        Yes, sure, but norimee is right, they can’t arrest you. If they do arrest you for it, it’s false improsinment and they’ll get arrested instead.

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          That is not how any of that works. They would call the police to remove them. They would then determine if they do pose a threat and then maybe detain them on a psychological hold. Even if all that does happen, it has to go to a judge with a charge after it’s examined by the DA. Then maybe false imprisoned. But it seems a bit far fetched for the situation.

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            I’m not sure we’re thinking of the same hypothetical here…

            I’m saying if you bring chicken to the cinema, and the staff (citizens) arrest you for it, they are beyond wrong. Because it’s oviously not illegal to bring chicken to the cinema, only against policy and therefore it would be false imprisonment.

            All they can really do is ask you to leave, and if you don’t they can call the police, or maybe, depending on the law in that jurisdiction, they could then legally detain you for said trespassing. But certainly not for breaking their policy in the first place.

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    22 days ago

    Thanks for this OP, everyone I’ve shared this with has gotten a kick out of it. It’s such a big, goofy hat. That paired with that smirk on her face is too perfect.