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Have you ever been to a drive-in movie? I've been to a couple in my life, mostly when I was a little kid. And I always remember them being the absolute most fun magical experience. Just watching the movie for my dad's old Cadillac, eating hot dogs, what a dream. What do you think? Are you a drive-in fan? I know there's still a couple out there. Would you go? Have you gone? What do you think about the Drive-In Theatre? accelerometer laws.
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Does it count if you accidentally drove into a regular movie theater? Because my mom did that to me when I was young. She was I just had a whole like hand of the Tito's and just we ended up in the movie theater so it was cool.
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I don't think it matters how you get there, so long as you have, you know, the implanted childhood memory, some might say trauma, of being at a drive-in movie theater.
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Would it also counts if you will not in a car but a movie was playing on the projector in a park because of my area they don't really have any such thing of the drive-ins just theaters
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Yes, I love a movie in the park that totally counts. Interesting story in Hollywood. they actually show movies in the cemetery, which is a little strange, but enjoyable nonetheless.
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It is indeed the most magical experience. Oh my god as a kid they had you know get your hot dog my mom would like we'd bring pj or it'd be in our pjs i think and like playing on swing sets and and teeter-totters that were in front of the screen, like crazy.
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Oh my gosh, it's really the best. My stepmom used to bring a thermos full of hot dogs Which I still think is hilarious, but it was my favorite thing ever And popcorn in the caddy It was great.
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I have not and I have always wanted to experience this just from watching people on TV do it. We do have a big drive-in theater here where I'm from so hopefully this summer I'll get chance to experience that for the first time.
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It's definitely worth it. Even if you just do it once, just to say you did it. It's a lot of fun. I hope you get to.
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They need to bring these back for real.
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I used to go to the drive-in movie with my parents when I was young. For a lot of years, I wish they'd bring them back.
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Yes I have a soft spot in my heart for driving it hurts my husband and I met there back in middle school so yeah I'm just all-around so experience I hope they don't go away I want my kids experience
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Um, yes, I have been. I think they're fun. I think it's just kind of a fun different experience and usually they're a lot cheaper than like an actual movie theater, but they're still typically playing like movies that are out in theaters which I think is kind of cool.
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I have, it is so fun. I want to go tomorrow.
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So me personally I never really could see my older brother so I just remember it one time we went a while ago to see the Incredibles in a drive-in and it was like the best memory I have
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