Meaningless words enter Chandra’s ears; they have nothing to do with the movie she's watching. She quickly remembers the one thing she hates about sharing a theater with others. She tries her very best to concentrate on the intended dialogue...
She becomes addled and considers leaving but really wants to see this film. She spitefully ignores the gibberish going on. That was until the man in front of her starts laughing about something unrelated to the movie. This is the last straw. She stands up and shouts.
“CAN EVERYONE SHUT THE FUCK UP! I CAME HERE TO WATCH A MOVIE, NOT TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR DUMBASS JOBS OR YOUR AUNT WHO JUST GOT OUT OF JAIL! GO TO THE DAMN LOBBY IF YOU CAN'T KEEP YOUR TRAPS SHUT. THE NEXT PERSON WHO-"
An usher, doing his job cuts her off.
“MAM! I’m going to have to ask you to leave if you can't be quiet. People are trying to watch the movie!”
The look in Chandra’s eyes could melt steel. The usher sees this and turns to run. It’s too late; she tackles him to the ground. Heroic patrons come to his rescue. Irate and resisting, Chandra shouts obscenities as they drag her out the theater.
The manager watches as she gives them all the finger before walking away. He turns toward the bystanders.
"That's the second time this month we’ve had to remove someone for flipping out. I think we should put up No Talking signs."
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