"You've already seen the new Jackass movie? I thought you said that you'd see it with me. What the hell?"
Spoiler alert: I'm gonna forget that I promised to see the movie with him. I'm like a deadbeat dad about it. Honestly, as soon as I promised to see a movie with him, I immediately forgot. The exact second the words left my mouth, they also left my brain.
When I said, "We should see that movie together," it was more of a suggestion than definite plans etched in stone. Dude, I can't be bothered to keep that kind of shit straight! It's just a movie! Get over it.
Of course when I tell him that I already saw the movie last week, he'll frown and cross his arms, acting like I forgot to pick him up from his Little League game. Sorry to break your heart, bud, but it's not the end of the world that I didn't sit next to you for two hours and watch a shitty movie that will be on Pay-Per-View in like, two weeks. Don't pout. Don't get mad. FUCK. I hate when he gets mad at me about this.
If it's any consolation, I have no qualms about seeing movies twice in a theater but mostly likely, that won't make it better. He'll still get bitchy that I'm not a film virgin.
And, usually, this comes up with the most braindead movies to watch, like a Will Ferrell jawn or some shit. It'll be on DVD in three months! What's the big deal? I break movie promises ALL THE TIME! That's just how I roll. Don't hate me!