A Giant In Ireland
The title has nothing to do with the rest of this article. Just thought I'd let you know.
Somehow I treated myself to a wonderful evening. And just imagine, right before I went I was considering not doing it. Man I'm so glad I did. I'll never regret it.
Yesterday I went to see a movie because I found out that the theater in town has $5 movies all day Monday. I invited a girl and we had a great time. That sparked my interest in cheap movies. I found out that on Tuesdays the theater in the next town over has tickets for $5.50 all day. So I did the same thing any movie enthusiast would do: at the spur of the moment I hopped in my car, drove down, and saw a movie.
I was doubtful of how quality the film was going to be. I knew I would like it, but I just wasn't quite sure how much I would like it. It very much surpassed my expectations and left me feeling very impressed. Then once the movie ended, I went over to a Ruby Tuesday to grab some foodstuffs. They had just closed down shop and couldn't cook anything. I asked if they had any pre-made food lying around. My ride back home was a ride full of delicious mashed potatoes and soup; and it was free. Hurrah!
Such success. Everything worked out so well. I feel like I naturally worked and milked the system for it was worth and came out on top. The whole night cost me $7.50 plus gas there and back. Huge success if I may say so.
And I can't forget the fact that I tried to find somebody to go with me, but nobody could. Now that's it's all done, I couldn't imagine the night going any better if any of them would've come. A lone success. A beautiful success. Thank you.