I’m getting a little sweaty

Me and my family love movie night. If there is a movie that we are particularly interested in seeing right when it comes out, we will go to the local movie theater on a Saturday. However, more often than not, we are entirely content to watch a movie from home. We have a perfectly comfortable living room and always get some really nice snacks and drinks and end up paying far less for them than at the movie theater, to boot. Sometimes, it’s worth it to go to the movie theater for a particularly good movie that we have been waiting to see, as I will admit that nothing could take the place of seeing it on the big screen, but there are perks to enjoying a movie in the comfort of your own home. For one, you could set the temperature to whatever you desire on the thermostat. In my experience movie theaters have a nasty habit of being either too cold or too hot, whether in the lobby or the movie theater itself. When the air conditioning is too high, sometimes you are just too numb with cold to be able to properly enjoy the movie. On the other hand, when it is too hot in the movie theater, I think it is worse as you end up sweating too much and there’s always at least one person with offensive body odor. We have a pretty decent size TV and a nice sound system, so as far as I’m concerned, being able to sit in the living room with an ideal temperature set on the thermostat is far better than being in a movie theater!

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