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Q: Would you go to an orgy theater to see a movie?

https://www.boredpanda.com/cinema-replaces-seats-with-double-beds-switzerland/?utm_source=insidehook&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=organic

 

a ticket is 48.5 dollars, all you can eat, not sure about the food, a privacy curtain and condoms might be nice, maybe the Incels can bribe a lady to join them with a computer game.

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I watched a movie once to see an orgy....surprise

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I watched a movie once to see an orgy....surprise

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ok,, granted I didn't click on the link,,,  one ticket 50 bucks??  Idea is for a couple,, right?  so that's 100 for tickets then whatever else,,,  I haven't been to cinema in a million yrs,,, but I know people say snacks there carry airport prices,,,,   so,, 120 - 130 for a night in this?  what's the purpose?  so they are super comfy watching a movie or so they can partake in their fetish of Exhibitionism?

Thank goodness I'm a bit shy,,,  I can't even pee in public let alone bump uglies!

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https://12tomatoes.com/movie-theatre-beds/

 

Covid bed for two, right this way, enjoy

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This is so nice in this pandemic situation as well as keep running the cinema theater! Could someone recommend such a cinema's name?(already installed with these double bed)

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