I like movies. Most of the Americas like movies also. So tell me, is there a better feeling than taking 4 ungrateful children to the movies and only spending a total of $22? That's right, I'm talking about the dollar theater.
Earlier today, I repaid a babysitting debt to a friend by taking his two (legit redhead) children and my own two heathens to see Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2. For those of you still drinking your way through school, that is a kid's movie that came out back in Aught Thirteen. Sure, the rich kids got to see it when it first came out, and maybe in a theater without sticky floors, but their miserable dad paid $18.25 for each of them. I paid $1.75 each. Boom.
And that segues nicely into the second part of this thread. Segways. I haven't ever been on one, but I gotta think I could now afford one with all the money I saved by going to the dollar theater. Shoot, I could probably buy a Segway and ride that to the theater next month when I take the kids to see Scarface. I hear Pacino really kills it in that one.