Saturday, June 04, 2005

Karma *will* come to bite you in the butt

So Huda and I went to see "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants".... and we hiked ten miles to the theatre (okay maybe 1) and there are no seats next to each other. So we see that there is room if one lady simply moved over one that we too could watch the movie that we trecked through the hotlanta sun for. So Huda very nicely, very courteously explained our plight and could they please move over one so we could please enjoy the movie along with your popcorn and soda loving group?

"We're already settled" and turned the other way.

Sometimes I think about life. You know- your normal run of the mill angst...What is life. Is there really heaven? hell? And now please understand I am not praying she spend an eternity in "you know where" just because of "you know what" BUT i realized that *she* isn't going to feel the ramifications that we had to walk back to our car, find another theatre and go there, putting us one hour behind. No she is going to eat her ten pound bucket of butter popcorn, and her hershey bars as she downs it with a mammoth soda and giggles at the movie... So there must be a day that all these things are brought to light...... I think. When Someone will surely ask... Now really, would it have killed you to move over one seat?

But oh yes, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is an EXCELLENT movie. There are some scenes I dare you to try not to cry, because they are so heartbreakingly real, so if you're in the mood for a thoughtful, cute and sweet movie, check it out.

And oh, Robots, not so much....

4 comments:

Alan Howard said...

Sorry to hear about your encounter with this rude woman. I always try to believe the best about people, like maybe she had a bad day....maybe she has personal problems I don't know about....but then she is sitting in a theater with popcorn....how bad can her life be?? In the end she was just plain rude, and I also believe that she will see the consequences for it either in this life or the next.
I'm now interested in this movie, I've never heard of it but it sounds good.
You referenced Karma in your title, since that indicates that the lady will be punished in her next life for the crimes she commits in this one.....or she is rude today because of a past life. I don't believe in the whole reincarnation thing, but it is an interesting way to believe people will be punished or to believe that the woes you have today are caused by things beyond your control.

Aisha said...

Well, I just meant *karma* in a general sense of "what goes around comes around" not that I believe in reincarnation, being that I'm Muslim and all ;), And a disclaimer to the movie, this was an awesome movie for a girl.... I can't guaruntee a guy will love it equally, maybe check out some reviews from men and see what they say :)

Anonymous said...

You really wanted the title to be "Karma will come to bite you in your big fat a**!!" but you were trying to be nice. Why else then would you mention the contents of the lady's "refreshments" in such calorically expressive detail?

Come on, admit it.

Aisha said...

I laughed till I had tears:)

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