The Following post actually happened:
EXT. NEW YORK STREET. 1PM
Matthew, 22, walks down the street with Natalie, 20. The two of them hold brown paper bags of Chinese food that they recently bought. As they walk down Thompson Street they come across a COMIC BOOK STORE. Matthew, former comic book addict, pauses for a moment.
Huh, a comic book store.
Natalie, who is decidedly not a comic book fan, goes over and looks at the shop window. The store is colorfully decorated, lots of reds and yellows color the entrance of the shop with streaks of dark green giving it an early 90's graffiti look.
(Seeing the T-Shirts)
Looks kind of cool
Matthew and Natalie walk into the store, its a single room with a few shelves on the walls to hold T-Shirts and comics. The selection lies somewhere in between sparse and sufficiently stocked. Natalie and Matthew proceed to look at the contents in the store, Natalie at T-Shirts, Matt gazing at the covers of comic books. He picks one up, flips through a few of the pages.
Yea, that's pretty interesting.
the black lanterns are all the heroes
that have been resurrected.
(Putting the comic back down)
That's cool. I haven't been following for
a while. I left off where they started
introducing all the other colors.
Natalie finishes her browsing of the store and walks over to Matt.
Alrite, I think there's nothing here for me.
Ok, lets head out then.
They turn and begin to head out of the store.
What were you looking for? Because if
we don't have it I can order it for you.
Oh no, I don't really... I was just looking
at the shirts.
(pointing to the shirts near the entrance)
There are shirts over there.
Yea, I saw them. Thanks though.
Natalie makes her way out of the store and looks lovingly at a small kitten near the entrance way. Matt is a little slow to leave, still responding to the store owner's questions.
If you think there's anything wrong with
my store I'm going to ask questions. So what
are you looking for?
Oh, no thanks, we were just browsing today.
Well that was just rude.
(now in the entrance of the store)
OK... Kiss my ass?
Matthew turns and rejoins Natalie, who was waiting outside.
What did he say?
He said "that was rude"
Really? He really said that?
Yea! And all I said was "No thanks,
we're just browsing today."
What a dick!
Imma go back and write a bad review of him.
Anyway, here's the bad review:
The Store's Profile
Thompson Street Comics
215 Thompson Street New York NY 10012
Go call them and tell them how much they suck.