Have you ever found yourself alone in your home? No parents or friends interrupting you whilst you do your…business? Yes, I’m referring to MOVIE NIGHTS! Or Television Nights…that too. Of course, with every great movie night comes the case of the munchies and the only cure are snacks. But not just any snacks, MOVIE SNACKS, which are the same thing as regular snacks but still!
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Now of course there are a variety of snacks ranging from the likes of popcorn, candy, nachos, etc.
Lets start with the more common of snacks for our beloved movies and shows.
Popcorn: A classic in the realm of the cinema! The snack came into popularity around the early 1900’s as they were pretty inexpensive and plentiful. As the time passes, popcorn vendors has been established in the cinemas as the owners thought they could make more money, which they did. Popcorn also tastes pretty good especially with butter!
Candy: Of course there are always people who would like a bit of sweetness with their movies and/or shows. That’s where candies come in! First M and M’s, the chocolaty, oval-shaped candies that are coated with bright colors that makes you think that you’re eating a fruity candy but once you eat it, you get disappointed that it wasn’t fruity, but you don’t really care because chocolate is good. Now people who prefer something a little fruity, we got some gummy bears that usually gets stuck in your teeth.
Nachos: Ah Nachos, a dish loved by many. A Tex-Mex dish that consisted of tortilla chips and melted cheese, sometimes coupled with beans, chili and jalapeno peppers. Now I haven’t had much experience with this food in the cinema, but they weren’t too bad. Though my fingers would usually get cheesy and sticky, it didn’t stop this simple but delicious dish from winning the hearts of people of all ages. Also the crunches are obnoxiously noisy and if someone is annoying you at the theaters, you could just chew as nosily as possible. Best part is that they cant do anything about it because you can just say “What? I’m just eating.”