All the aliens are asked to sit in one section since we’re so tall and our heads could hurt the people or terminators behind us. They totally separate us from our friends. Even Dad can’t sit with us!  I mean can’t they make seats that can become taller or something? I’ve seen those swivel chairs in offices and stuff, right? Some humans and terminators bring in tons of pillows to sit in our section next to their friends. I wonder if they do this in all theaters around the world.  Isn’t that awful?

So the theaters prefer if we sit in that section. I’ve seen some aliens just sit where they want.  Some people and terminators get so mad!  I saw one guy threaten an alien even. It was during The Sitter and there were so many empty seats! He could’ve moved!

Usually we just watch stuff on demand, but it sucks because we can’t see other folks from school, you know? My friends want to see The Lucky One. I so want to see that! I mean, wasn’t The Notebook amazing? I think the same guy wrote both.  I can watch Zac Efron AND Ryan Gosling over and over!

I heard Dale talking to his friends about seeing Hunger Games. I don’t want to see that. I mean it sounds pretty violent, and I do not like seeing blood. I even have problems watching the Terminator and Alien movies. I know, weird right? But if Dale asked me to see Hunger Games, I would totally go. I wanted to ask him how it was, but he already went into his next class.

I know my whole family will see Prometheus sitting next to each other. I think Dad will beat anyone up if they try to separate us!

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About Ripley Connor

Part alien. Part human. Part terminator. All mixed up.

2 responses »

  1. Everyone became so obsessed with the Hunger Games movie, even months before it was actually coming out. Geez. And that guy at the movie theater…. some people are just too…. frustrating for words. What happened to “A person’s a person, no matter how small”? That applies to tall, and alien, and metal, right?

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