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T.J. Chambers
Hello, I’m a bar patron in a movie, I can walk into any bar for the first time and say “Two beers please” and the bartender will hand me two beers with no discussion of type, brand, or receptacle,
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Dave Holmes Jan 3
Replying to @tjchambersLA
Hello, we're a married couple in a multi-camera sitcom. We will begin discussing the dinner we've just had with old friends not on the drive home, but the moment we walk through the front door of our home and into our living room.
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J O E  T O W E R Jan 3
Hello, I’m a bartender in a movie. I’m near 60, at least on average. I’ve just been here using a rag I customarily keep draped over my shoulder to polish the bar top for the entirety of an undeterminably-lengthed shift when you came in. Also, I’ll absolutely leave the bottle!
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a l x g r d t Jan 3
Hello, I’m a police officer in a movie. It’s clear to everyone but me that I’m getting too close to this case, and I’m vague and irritated when asked how long since I’ve slept.
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PlanOfaBoy! Jan 3
Replying to @tjchambersLA
Hi I'm a police detective doing surveillance in a movie, I like to eat donuts and spill coffee in a van with a reel to reel tape recorder with multi colored LEDs on it, as soon as the murderer hangs up i say "nah we didn't get him...we needed him to stay on for 60 seconds".
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Carlo Moss Jan 3
Hello I’m a waiter at a fancy restaurant in a sitcom. I’m gonna treat all of my customers like shit even though my ability to pay rent is based entirely on the tips I receive from said customers.
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Evil Prevails Jan 3
Replying to @tjchambersLA
Lol, had ONE person do that while I was tending. She did it with whiskey. “What can I get you?” “A whiskey.” “Ok, a shot? Rocks? What whiskey?” “A WHISKEY!!!” “.....”
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mike coen Jan 3
Hello, I'm a single lady living my life in the big city. I've just finished grocery shopping at my adorable corner bodega and have an uncovered french roll poking out of the top of my shopping bag.
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Mike Jan 3
Replying to @tjchambersLA
In an old Western you could throw him a random coin to settle the tab. No change required.
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Chris Jagger Jan 3
Replying to @tjchambersLA
Bar patrons in movies also have the ability to just drink straight from the bottle at any point without worrying about the cost or consumption.
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Eric Cougar Haenke Jan 3
Hello, I’m a cheerleading coach in a movie. Not only do I insist that the squad practices on the same field at the same time as the football team, but they must also practice while wearing their uniforms. I got this idea from the track coach.
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Jun🦎 Jan 3
Replying to @tjchambersLA
Hello, I’m a project manager in a movie. I’m wearing a hard hat indoors and carrying a roll of drawings for no reason. I have been in a meeting without receiving a phone call, SMS, IM or random interruption for several minutes. Everyone in the room is listening to me.
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🌜Alexa 🌌 Savage🌛 Jan 3
And we have very embarrassing convos like half a feet away from people that we're talking about
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Lesley Candlin Jan 3
Hi. I’m a nurse in a movie. I simper and have mastered the art of head-tilting. And that’s it, apparently.
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Steve Dyke Jan 3
Hello, Movie Bar Patron. Is it also true that you never receive any change?
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Rufus Hound 🌨 Jan 3
Hello. I'm a man, married to the female lead's best friend. I'm going to spend my whole time telling the lead's new boyfriend how unhappy my marriage is, but then at the end be so inspired by /their/ burgeoning romance, that I fall in love with my wife all over again.
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Blair Jan 3
Just remember, when the bar brawl breaks out later.. only ever fight one person at a time, smash solid hardwood stools across your opponent's (presumably steel) spine, before his two buddies launch you along the length of the bar, clearing out any drinks left on it. Good times.
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Blair Jan 3
And when your project is complete, my burglar friends and I will steal a copy of your blueprints from the local government building, before conducting an elaborate scheme involving abseiling, knockout gas, and crawling through incredibly small & noisy air vents undetected.
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