One of the greatest gifts you can pass along to your children is the art of sneaking in snacks to the movies. I remember the days when my mom would load me into the mini-van for a trip to the movies. Although she would always buy popcorn, the rest of the food we ate at the movies came straight from her ginormous purse. Mixed in with a little purse fuzz were bacon sandwiches, boxes of candy, and cokes. I remember one time when she even tried to bring in nachos. The chips were fine, but the cheese container exploded inside her purse so that idea was never tried again.
Seal was at the movies yesterday and tried to bring in some Pinkberry. If you don't have Pinkberry where you are, it is frozen yogurt. Really good frozen yogurt, but it isn't ice cream. Anyway, Seal tried to bring it in and the manager wouldn't let him and Seal started arguing with the manager and pulled a "don't you know who I am" thing. The manager didn't back down. Seal then stood in the lobby finishing his yogurt before the manager would let him in.
An open container of ice cream is tough to bring in. They spill and melt so I like sticking to your basic bars and boxes of candy. Buckets of KFC are also difficult. However, fried chicken in a ziploc bag works just fine. Thanks mom.