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ROAR!

Ok - How heavily pissed off am I????????

Having drawn out every last penny I own so that we can kill a couple of hours in the pub before hand, Yorkie and I take a trip up to the cinema, brandashing Free-Pass-O-Goodness only to be turned away!

Analy retentive Fuck-Nut desides he's gonna impress the boss by not allowing us to use two passes in one go, oh, no, we can't POSSIBLY do that! Only we did - only three weeks ago. I point this out in a firm but fair manor, only to be glared at. Am I SURE I used it at THIS cinema??? Well - says I - Since this is the ONLY cinema in town, that'll be a yes! Oh, and WHO seved you? Like I'm gonna get the lad in shit, a lad who was a fair and good (if slightly nutty) member of staff. I tell him I'm not paying for a ticket when I am entitled to free tickets, but he marks the card anyway - MUCH anger! Insistance of mark removal! Storming out of cinema!!!!

Needless to say I am now sat at home in a very pissed off mood, with no money, and no film!

Answer to origial question?? VERY VERY FUCKING PISSED OFF!

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