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Is it a bad idea to go to the cinema on your own Watch

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    .. on Valentine's Day? :rofl:

    Taking the GF out for a meal and to the theatre, but I'm taking the whole day off and I want to go and see Split in the morning which she and my mates have 0 interest in. Its half term so I don't want to be the only person among loads of teenagers lol.

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      why not?watching a movie alone is the best
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      (Original post by tamil fever)
      why not?watching a movie alone is the best
      It's on V day tho. Gonna look so FA (although I'm going in the morning) - I get half price tickets on Tuesday
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      Never done it, not because I'm embarrassed just because opportunity's never presented itself. Nothing to be ashamed of. I wouldn't judge anyone who would.
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      (Original post by Sabby888)
      Never done it, not because I'm embarrassed just because opportunity's never presented itself. Nothing to be ashamed of. I wouldn't judge anyone who would.
      Same, Im imagining lots of chav kids bothering me lol
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      Who cares? It's dark in the cinema anyway.
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      (Original post by MagicNMedicine)
      Who cares? It's dark in the cinema anyway.
      just gonna sit there like

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      I've done it its quite enjoyleable.
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      (Original post by tyler bentham)
      Same, Im imagining lots of chav kids bothering me lol
      Tbh, I would expect that too :') But who cares? They laugh at almost everything, life's too short, just do it
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      Why not if you are the only one interested in the film?
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      (Original post by barnetlad)
      Why not if you are the only one interested in the film?
      Would doubt they'd run a film just for one person
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      (Original post by tyler bentham)
      and I want to go and see Split in the morning which she and my mates have 0 interest in.
      So it's one of those types of relationships...

      ...be honest with yourself, how many times has your girlfriend dragged you along to a place that she wanted to go even though you weren't keen on it? I'm guessing a million times. But when the shoes on the other foot it's just ok for her to say no and you have to go alone?

      I say man up and tell your girlfriend to go with you and remind her that a relationship is about give and take
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      Seriously, going to the cinema on your own is perfectly fine. It's not that uncommon. The only awkwardness that ever comes from it is when you book tickets and you find that on the day, you're sat next to a couple - you either look like a third-wheeler or a creep. Plus, it just feels awkward.
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      I say go for it! I don't see anything wrong with going alone to the cinema. and if it's in the morning time, the chavs wouldn't be up yet.

      Edit: did you go?
     
     
     
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