It's no secret that plenty of people sneak their own snacks into the movie theater, but one woman's take on the
The woman's boyfriend called in to film podcast /Filmcast to reveal her unusual move, which consisted of sneaking homemade spaghetti into a movie theater in plastic bags.
David Chen, who co-hosts the podcast, later tweeted visual proof of the noodles.
A friend of the couple also chimed in on Twitter, sharing a text exchange in which the woman explained that she didn't want to eat popcorn for dinner, thus the pasta.
I know both parties involved, and can confirm the validity of this story. pic.twitter.com/nt7d5Jf2xU— Sam Gilbert (@samgdesign) July 13, 2017
Naturally, the internet had thoughts about the whole thing. Some people loved the idea, while others were slightly discomfited.
Terrible etiquette, and yet I can't help but respect it somehow.— JC (@JohnWCoupe) July 13, 2017
I'm glad someone else shares my love for not only spaghetti but ballin on a budget as well— Will (@WillSchlimgen) July 18, 2017
I hate this so much.— uɐqɹn (@heyitsurban) July 13, 2017
Others shared their own tales of outrageous theater snacks.
I've witnessed full-on BBQ feast, ft ribs and sides— Brett ________ (@BrettRedacted) July 14, 2017
As an usher I once had to clean up a full rotisserie chicken and gallon jug of green drink.— Clay Keller (@claykeller) July 14, 2017
Photo Credit: Twitter / @davechensky