Apparently, some theaters are open again in Stockholm! Not very many, but a few. There are maybe about 10 movies playing in the whole city, but one of them is “Tenet”, so we had to check it out.
In Sweden, you make reservations online and choose your seat before you go the movies. At this theater, you could only choose every other row. The ones in-between were blocked off. Once you made your reservation, the seats beside you were blocked – 2 to the left and 2 to the right (you can sit together on the same reservation, it just blocks STRANGERS!).
I thought this was a good solution, not to mention I didn’t have to deal with annoying people whispering, eating and checking their phones since they were all pretty far away from me.
As for “Tenet”…. I’ll have to see it at least 2 more times before I get the whole thing, much like every Christopher Nolan movie. 🙂
A bag of special snack Doritos from the U.S. Is it really necessary to remind people to chew? If you don’t know that you need to chew chips, then maybe you deserve to choke.
When I went to the public pool the other day, I started thinking how I could hide my wallet and keys so I could swim without anyone taking them. Suddenly, I came up with a brilliant idea! You bring a bag and staple a musical greeting card to the opening flap. (Obviously, you have to get a bag with a flap.) Then when a theif opens your bag, a nice little tune will play and hopefully deter them from digging around in there. Cheap and effective! I’m sure this will take off at pools and beaches all over the world now.