Friday, August 7, 2015

Random Happy Time, 23 O’Clock - Clap Happy!
With Tiger finding movies more enjoyable than the theatre, Rabbit uses RHT to convince Tiger to see the error of her ways. From candy to clapping, read on to see how successful Rabbit has been in proving that the theatre is supreme.


Rabbit: The theatre is so much better than the theater. o(>< )o

Tiger: I don’t know about that, there are a lot of perks at a movie theater versus a theater with a stage.

Rabbit: The Paramount had concessions just like at the movies, they had drinks and snacks.

Tiger: We don’t ever do that though.

Rabbit: ー( ´ ▽ ` )ノ Broadway shows have merchandise booths! You don’t ever see that at a movie theater.

Tiger: I don’t think that’s a good thing. Yes, I bought the program/CD combo and you got a hoodie, but it’s not like that’s a game changer.

Rabbit: The Paramount is a storied theater with lots of history and great architectural details.

Tiger: (¬‿¬) Okay, that is true. The Paramount is an amazing building, I would love to just walk around the place when it’s empty but we’ve also been in there before during PAX. So it’s not as if you have to go to a show to see the theater.

Rabbit: You get to clap, a lot!

Tiger: I hate that about the theatre, absolutely hate it! (⋋▂⋌) Why must we clap after every freaking song? It is one big piece, it should be like the symphony, you don’t clap between movements. It’s foison of clapping!

Rabbit: It’s fun though; you get to feel like you are a part of the show.

Tiger: I don’t know; I’m not sure I want to go again.

Rabbit: I treated you to Mongolian Hot Pot afterwards! I know how much you love that place. ヽ(゜ロ゜;)ノ

Tiger: You love that place, I just tag along.

Rabbit: We went to Kinokuniya and got to look around.

Tiger: They were having a massive street fair in the International District.

Rabbit: It was packed, they had a few vendors inside Uwajimaya too, similar to an artists’ alley.

Tiger: I did enjoy spending time down there. I purchased a couple of Vocaloid CDs though I was really looking for Wagakki Band.

Rabbit: We also did some grocery shopping and bought a cool looking plate.

Tiger: A plate we will never use because it is cool looking.

Rabbit: I think next time we go we should see the Beauty and the Beast.

Tiger: I want to go see a hockey game in the fall or Rach 2, not another show.

Rabbit: Rach 2? If we go to the symphony again, it should be Pini di Roma.

Tiger: Yeah, I guess.

Rabbit: They are having A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder next year.

Tiger: Oh, we have to go see that one, that’s a great show. I still say we should go to a hockey game; the Everett Silvertips are just across the water.

Rabbit: You and your love of sports, I’m trying to get us to do something cultured here! (꒪⌓꒪)

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