Couple Finds Ingenious Way To Sneak Snacks Into A Movie Theater And Avoid Egregious Concession Prices
The average price for a large bucket of popcorn at the movie theater sells for an average of $8.15, and costs them just 90 cents to make. I’ve seen a few Shark Tank‘s in my day, so I’m qualified to say those are pretty damn good margins. You throw in a large cherry ICEE ($6.29) and if you’re a sociopath, a package of Snow Caps ($4.49), you’re dropping almost 20 bills before the previews even start. Not to mention, the price of the ticket and the weed before the movie, a night at the theater is comparable to a night at the bar. And you don’t even get to black out and forget your problems.
Welp, Twitter user @Barrington_14 has found an ingenious way to solve the problem of overpriced concession snacks by giving away his baby to fill the baby carrier with enough snacks to feed a small army. Check out the hack below.
Well played. But in the future, just throw the snacks in the those big ass purses that literally every girl in America owns.
[h/t Some eCards]