Time Waits For No Madam

| Vejle, Denmark | Uncategorized

(I’m selling tickets to a mother and her 6-year-old daughter.)

Daughter: “Mom, when can we see the movie?”

Mother: “It starts in fifteen minutes.”

Daughter: “And how long does that take? An hour?”

His Movie Choice Is Rock Solid

| Tigard, OR, USA | Uncategorized

(I’m selling tickets. An elderly man walks up with his two granddaughters.)

Customer: “What movies do you have for kids?”

Me: “Well, we have Gnomeo and Juliet in regular or 3D or Tangled.”

Customer:Ga-nomeo and Juliet. We’ve already seen Tangled.”

Me: “Yes. Gnomeo and Juliet is really the only other movie we have for kids.”

Customer: “Okay. Two little ladies and one really old guy for Ga-nomeo and Juliet.” *pauses* “I’m so old, I invented rocks.”

Concession Confession

| PA, USA | Uncategorized

(A customer approaches with a half empty bucket of popcorn.)

Customer: “Excuse, but this popcorn made me feel really sick.”

Me: “I am so sorry. Was it too salty?”

Customer: “I don’t know. What can you do for me?”

(The guest’s daughter, who looks about 8 years old, speaks up.)

Guest’s daughter: “Then why did you eat the whole thing and get a refill?”

Me: “I am sorry, but there really isn’t anything we can do for you.”

(The guest walks away, telling the little girl how she needs to keep quiet.)