Posted on 09.25.11 to Advertising by Daniel Nicolajsen
I would have hollered;”HEY, THERE’S A MOTORCYCLE OUTSIDE WITH IT’S LIGHTS ON!”
A similar thing happened to me in New Zealand. I walked into this bar at the edge of town (Masterton) and they all looked liked big mean biker dudes who were wearing Rebel jackets. I’m not that big, clean cut, but I thought, it’s just my imagination & they were just wanting to enjoying a beer like myself. So I timidly continue on in. Actual fact I was thinking a Maori acquaintance might be in the bar that I had met on the train while in Australia 3 months previous. I’m glad I went in because when I walk out onto the deck he spotted me and said, ‘Danny, come on over.’. They were all drinking by the pitcher! Needless to say, I had a really, really good time that night. They were great guys and leaving me with a very memorable experience.
I would sit down and smile
I’d check first if I was in the right theatre, and if “such and such” movie was playing. And if it was a public screening. And then if that was all fine, I’d sit down. My partner reckons he’d be out of there in a flash. The weird thing I don’t get is, most cinemas you enter from the back, so you don’t have a room full of folks staring at you, so that’d be the only bizarre thing I’d be noticing, not the fact that a bunch of bikers were in there. I’d be like, “Hey why’s the theatre all the wrong way ’round!!!” hahahaha!! And then I’d be like, SWEET!!! Crack open a stubby and enjoy the show!!!
Hmm. Very courageous people. Not sure what I would do to be honest. Probably begin by asking “Are those seats taken?”
Very good, I like it! In the beginning, I expected more, had a good ending, similar situation, I could not have what to do.
LOL HA ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
I would definitely sit down….have you seen the price of a movie ticket lately???? Besides, most of those guys looked like some of my kin folk.
i would totaly sit down with those guys! they all look like fun poeple to kick it with!
Work in the restaurant business, would much rather wait on bikers than so called “elite”, they are much nicer, tip well and don’t give you any snotty bullx*%^, lol. It’s all about tolerence people, we can all learn from it.
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