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Matt Singer
Hello. I am a person using a phone in a movie. I don’t say goodbye before I hang up, the way literally every human being on Earth does. I just stop talking and put the phone down and the person on the other end somehow just knows I’m not there anymore.
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Matt Singer Jan 3
Replying to @mattsinger
I wrote about this last year, come to think of it.
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What Steve Said Jan 3
Replying to @mattsinger
I enjoy when someone dials the phone and then IMMEDIATELY starts talking to the person they were presumably trying to call. Like it's a frigging walkie talkie.
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Christopher Fowler Jan 3
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Hello, I am an American cop in a movie. I pull a gun on someone in the street just because he doesn't immediately answer me.
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Tweet Pompous Jan 3
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Hello, I'm a person who you want validation from in a movie. Your tweet broke all the rules, created havoc for everyone, and almost ruined all of Twitter. Only an insane person could have done that. You did great! Let's get in a glass elevator, the chocolate factory is yours.
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ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ Jan 3
Replying to @Peculiar @mattsinger
Not just in the movies…
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ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ Jan 3
Replying to @mattsinger
Wait is this not how I’m supposed to end conversations on the phone
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Todd Gibson Jan 3
Replying to @mattsinger
Also, my smartphone screen remains lit while pressed to my ear.
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Danny Rosenberg Jan 3
Replying to @mattsinger
This is a glass-shattering moment
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Ken Lowery Jan 3
Hello, I have taken a cab in the movie. I'm basically already opening the door and stepping out as the cab opens up. I guess I paid and tipped ahead of time? Anyway bye.
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Ken Lowery Jan 3
*pulls up, christ, I am off my game today
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Normcore Peterson Jan 3
Replying to @mattsinger
[puts phone with clearly visible home screen up to ear] "hello?"
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Jim Donahue Jan 3
Replying to @mattsinger
I love this phone conversation in "Birdemic": He: "How about dinner? I know a great Vietnamese restaurant." She: "Great, I'll see you there." [Click!] No name, no address, no time given, no "goodbye."
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Tim Lees Jan 3
Replying to @mattsinger
I'm anyone in a movie. I never lock my door when I get home unless it's to prove how scared/anxious/traumatised I am. And sometimes I leave the door wide open so the cameraman can follow me inside.
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Tom Hutchinson Jan 3
Replying to @Peculiar @mattsinger
Hello, I'm playing chess in a movie. The chess master I'm playing only realises he's been mated at the point where I check his king.
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✭ Johnny Mac ✭ Jan 3
Replying to @mattsinger
Hello. I am a horse in a movie, doesn’t matter which movie it’s always me. You’ll know I am a horse because although my mouth isn’t moving you will hear me neigh.
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E. Musky Jan 3
I thought you were just commenting on the rudeness of people who use their phone while watching a film
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Jupiter Spurlock Jan 3
Replying to @mattsinger
And you carry empty suitcases and coffee cups all the time because both are much lighter and less hassle than the real thing
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Mayfair Theatre Jan 3
Replying to @mattsinger
Hello. I am a security camera in a movie. From a fixed vantage point, I capture footage from multiple angles, then seamlessly edit it into a cohesive sequence for your team of operatives and/or detectives to review.
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Jack, like Costeau Jan 3
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Hello I'm a person in a movie that walks up to a bar. Asks for a beer. Just beer, and one second later the bartender has an open beer of my choice in front of me
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