Story of a lost journalist

November 20, 2012

Hooter Scatter

Filed under: People — Cris @ 17:38

I did not enjoy watching Skyfall. Not cause the movie was any bad, it was lovely. And for an uninitiated Bond person like me it was all too good. But the boy-gang that sat next to us was unbearable. The sound system was already bad, and I was straining to follow what was said. Then there goes Mr. Hooter whistling and hooting for no apparent reason. He also took it upon himself to pass a running commentary in Malayalam, loud and clear for the whole hall to hear. He then started making farting sounds! My friend tried to talk to him but I insisted on changing seats. I know it is not what you should do, kicking yourself out instead of the trouble. But I didn’t want to talk, have more revengeful hoots and ruin the rest of what I heard was one lovely movie. After the change of seats forgot all about them. They were too far away. But why, why, why do these people come to the cinema? What earthly pleasure do they get out of spoiling a good film experience for a whole bunch of people? I have decided to invent a hooter-checker, that would scan a person before issuing ticket, and if found guilty of menacing hooting history, deny entry.

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4 Comments »

  1. Had a Somewhat Similar Experience…. Do let us Know, when u invent the hooter-checker…

    Comment by Ashley — November 20, 2012 @ 18:01 | Reply

    • Shure will Ashley. It will be in all the papers.

      Comment by Cris — November 21, 2012 @ 12:27 | Reply

  2. I read this yesterday and I didn`t have anything to write.But yesterday, I went for a film and I was sitting beside a person who was totally drunk.He was creating all sorts of sound and clapping without any reasons. Theatre owners must do something about such people. You can do something about it, after all you are a jour…….:D

    Comment by iamworthatry — November 25, 2012 @ 08:55 | Reply

    • Hehe journos are not entitled to policing people :-p.

      Comment by Cris — November 25, 2012 @ 13:41 | Reply


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