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June 17, 2012

On The Uproar in Row C

Filed under: dance,life — kafkaworld @ 12:17 pm
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It’s a common problem and becoming worse every day.  Elderly people, on the rampage, roaming free, wandering about with their baby boomer sense of entitlement, and generally doing precisely whatever they please.  Damn troublemakers, the lot of them.

So picture this.  Last night, in the very plush and  swanky State Theatre, five minutes before curtain up on the latest Australian Ballet production of ‘Let’s Dance’, a minor kerfuffle broke out in Row C.  We were seated comfortably when two interlopers squeezed in and tried to take our seats.  They were smartly admonished and told they were in the wrong spot.  “This is row B” we sneered and waited for them to scuttle off.  “Oh no it isn’t” they and several of their pimply faced friends shouted back, and they were right dammit.  Just before security arrived, we vacated the disputed seats with as little grace as possible and sulked off to the next row where we sat behind three young women with giant heads who obviously had no consideration for the people seated behind them.

To be fair, the extremely polite young woman at the door had directed us to the second front row when we arrived but as we are both deaf and chronically disinclined to follow instructions, we had ignored her.  I suspect life is going to become more, not less chaotic over the coming years.  I’m quite looking forward to the challenge.

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4 Comments »

  1. Clearly that was a string of mistakes on everybody else’s part. No consideration.

    Comment by kt — June 17, 2012 @ 9:38 pm | Reply

  2. Ohhh, I can just see it… 🙂

    Comment by durdlin — June 18, 2012 @ 8:16 pm | Reply

  3. You may not have wished to be there. Burfit would have scuttled off quick smart!

    Comment by kafkaworld — June 19, 2012 @ 9:13 am | Reply


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