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my grandfather always had candy in his pockets, and one time when I got really sick and I was hospitalized my dad told him not to give me any candy. He pulled out his pockets to show he hadn’t even brought any and I got really sad but as soon as my dad walked out of the room he then proceeded to take off his hat and had 2 chewy chocolate candy toffees and 2 orange fanta toffees, and I’ll never forget the happiness and surprise I felt in that one moment in my entire life.

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the price of a popcorn and soda at target: $1.99

the price of a popcorn and soda at the movies: an entire month’s rent and your first born child

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Filed under speaking of which is the cinema truly that more expensive in the usa? because i was going to see guardians of the galaxy today but the show times were just not in my favour and a matinee ticket (?? what is that?) was $8. an adult ticket was $10.50 damn that's cheap! and a saturday!?!? it's like at least £10.50 on a weekend at my cheapest cinema! and $8?!? holy shit! that's like the price i'd normally pay to see a film and it's only available on a tuesday it's probably just that one cinema i went to but now i'm just going to scoff at anyone who complains about cinema prices in the usa... is it the snacks that adds up the cost? because we have no restrictions on bringing your own food into cinemas sure they sell overpriced popcorn and sweets and stuff but they never stop you if you bring your own hmm...