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And it should also say not to open candy wrappers during the performances.
You have to wait a long time I think.
Ha ha, It is the only way to make an entrance!
Wonderful sign. Do not disturb in otherwards. MB
oh i wish everyplace had a sign like that.
I've never seen a sign like that but it makes sense.
Very good advice! My pet peeve at concerts and other performances is a bit different. It should start on time, rather than wait for stragglers. Keep them waiting in the lobby 'til there's a break in the performance. There seems to be a trend to start later to accommodate the late arrivals. Now, do you want to know how I REALLY feel?
I have the same sign at my house!
I think it's about to be polite!Léia
Perfect! I wonder, though, how many people have to be asked, 'Did you read the sign?' as they bumble their way in/out of the hall during a peformance.
I have never seen such a sign, it makes sense... But what if the hall is empty? :))
Let's just hope they applaud...especially if you really have to pee.
Okay...so let's see: If there is no applause, one cannot enter or exit through this door. Boy, that's harsh! ;-)Re your comment on Florida Fotos: No gators in that pond that I know of...but about 15 iguanas reside there!
Good thinking! It sounds like a great idea ~ I wish more venues would follow the same rule."Adelaide and Beyond"
I agree with the sentiment of the sign, but I think it is fighting a losing fight in today's world. Next time you go, write below it something about turning off your cell phones and opening the candy wrappers in advance.
Haha, a good sign, but people should be aware of this without a sign!
I need to get that sign for my office door.
Seems obvious, but...
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