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Poll: Worst thing about foods/drinks/snacks in theaters?

From your personal experience, what is the most annoying of these foods/drinks/snacks-related disturbances in theaters?

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    Noah (2014)

    You drank so much soda now you need to go empty the bladder (and risk missing the most crucial or exciting moments)
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    SCRAT's one mission in life - to retrieve a precious acorn - triggers the ICE AGE.

    These trailers and ads went on so loooong there's nothing much to eat or drink when the film starts.
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    Michael Douglas in Falling Down (1993)

    You can't follow the movie because your ears are being tortured by these constant crunching and noisy wrapping noises during dead silences (from people obviously not concerned with option #2)
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    Matt Damon in Good Will Hunting (1997)

    Finding the right balance between the rates of consumption of popcorn/snacks and cola/drinks.
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    Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams in The Notebook (2004)

    His breath smells like theater food (her hands are salt/chocolate sticky)
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    Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in Swing Time (1936)

    Steppin' on the 'remains of the day' from slobs who dump their half-full popcorn containers all over the floor as they lumber out of their seats and head for the exits at the first appearance of the end credits.
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    Gravity (2013)

    The harder (for your appetite) they fall ... hence causing #6 for the future viewers
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    "Carrie" Sissy Spacek 1977 United Artist

    To get hit in the head by pieces of popcorn or candy (from people behind you in the auditorium or above you in the balcony).
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    Buster Keaton in The General (1926)

    Having to hold the popcorn in balance on the lap or trying (and failing) to find the cup holder in the dark.
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    Paul Newman in The Sting (1973)

    The smell of some of the foods that people sneak in.
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    "Easy Rider" Jack Nicholson and Peter Fonda 1969 Columbia

    Having to constantly pass the popcorn back and forth between others (or having someone else in your group eat your popcorn without asking).
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    Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

    The excessive price

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